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iBooks DRM Has Been Hacked

24 February 2012

From The Digital Reader:

Reports are coming in today that the latest version of Requiem, an app that removes Fairplay DRM from music and videos sold via iTunes, will now also remove the DRM from iBooks ebooks. It may have taken a couple years, but Apple is now as safe to buy from as any other ebookstore. You don’t have to worry about losing future access to content that you buy there.

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I’ve always thought that DRM only remained unbroken so long as no hacker was interested in breaking it.

Link to the rest at The Digital Reader

 

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6 Comments to “iBooks DRM Has Been Hacked”

  1. “I’ve always thought that DRM only remained unbroken so long as no hacker was interested in breaking it.”

    Which shows how much interest there is in iBooks.

    B.S.

  2. P.G.

    No one deserves the loving attention of hackers more than the white devil from Cupertino.

    brendan

  3. Least surprising news today.

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