Protection CrackedSeptember 21, 2006
Only one day passed after the updated version 7 of iTunes got online with a more secure DRM than ever before and already several sites have posted links to software QTFairUse that unlocks the protection.
The creators of the software claim that they are not endorsing piracy or illegal usage of the songs bought via iTunes, but rather allowing consumers that paid for their songs to use them openly across all formats and not only within the Apple environment.
It seems that no matter what steps are taken to better protect legal downloadable tracks, hackers are one step ahead. Just recently the latest Windows DRM system was cracked and a link to it is easily available online.