9/13/2006

iTunes 7 DRM Cracked After One Day

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 5:20 pm

It’s only been a day since Apple updated iTunes to version 7, but the folks over at the Hymn project already have a new version of the program that can be used to remove the DRM from songs purchased from it. It’s an updated version of the recent release that could remove DRM from music purchased from iTunes 6.

I confirmed that the new 2.3 version of QTFairUse6 works fine for converting one iTunes 7 song at a time, although apparently the function for batch converting an entire library of purchased songs doesn’t work. In order to convert a single song, you’d just drag it from your iTunes Music folder onto the QTFairUse6.exe file and click “Y” in the DOS command line interface that pops up.

Source: Wired

 

2 Responses to “iTunes 7 DRM Cracked After One Day”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I use the prog on the ID from above called Soundtaxi.
    Not inquired about other techniques…

  2. Tommy Says:

    I use the prog on the ID from above called Soundtaxi.
    Not inquired about other techniques…

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