QTFairUse 2.3 Strips DRM from iTunes 7 FairPlay Files

Sep 13th, 2006 | By | Category: Digital Music, iPods & Portable Media Players

It didn’t take long for the latest version of iTunes’ encry option to get hacked again.

QTFairUse 2.3, a tool for removing digital rights management encryption in order to allow traditional fair use of audio tracks, has been released. The new version can be used to strip the DRM from files downloaded with iTunes 7.

Details in the Hymn project forum.

According to the site, “The purpose of the Hymn Project is to allow you to exercise your fair-use rights under copyright law. The various software provided on this web site allows you to free your iTunes Music Store purchases (protected AAC / .m4p) from their DRM restrictions with no loss of sound quality. These songs can then be played outside of the iTunes environment, even on operating systems not supported by iTunes and on hardware not supported by Apple.”

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