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September 27, 2006

Microsoft’s continues playing whack-a-mole with FairUse4WM

Posted by David Hunter at 3:16 PM ET.

I see it’s been two weeks since I last had an update on Microsoft and their customers’ problems with the FairUse4WM crack of Microsoft digital rights management, so it’s time for another episode of Whack-a-Mole:

There will undoubtedly be more episodes in this long running series.

Filed under DRM, Digital Media, Media Player, Microsoft, Technologies

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2 Responses to “Microsoft’s continues playing whack-a-mole with FairUse4WM”

  1. Another bad week for Microsoft’s patching efforts -- Microsoft News Tracker Says:

    [...] First Microsoft had to rush out a patch for a zero-day exploit that couldn’t wait until October’s monthly “patch Tuesday.” Then came word that the pesky author of FairUse4WM had once again bypassed Microsoft’s Digital Rights Management. That would be more than bad enough for most weeks, but it turns out that it was just the beginning: [...]

  2. WMP 11 due on Oct. 24, IE7 in two weeks -- Microsoft News Tracker Says:

    [...] As for WMP 11 it does have a slick new interface, but we haven’t heard much good about it lately ([1], [2]) and one wonders about its place in the scheme of things since Microsoft’s Zune has seems to have a completely separate media organizer and DRM. Filed under Alliances, Coopetition, Digital Media, Internet Explorer, IE7, Technologies, DRM, Media Player, MTV, Microsoft, Argo, Zune [...]

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