[vorbis] More on CD anti-copying techniques
scott at myplay.com
Wed Oct 3 08:14:34 PDT 2001
"Andy (Dale)" wrote:
> the wma files are protected from being transferred unless you take the
> little signature file license thingy with it, and the normal music is
> somehow protected from ripping, but i've heard anyone with somewhat computer
> knowledge can still do it.
Anyone with a PocketPC device can do it.... just get the latest media
player and load the files to the Device, when the software does this it
decrypts the files and removes licensing info - I guess most pocket
devices don't have the power to decode and decrypt. So Microsoft are
guilty of violating the DMCA by building a system which bypasses
mechanisms used to protect digital content.
Scott Manley (AKA Szyzyg)
Streaming Media Hacker
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