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From: pakkit at codepiranha.org (shawn duffy)
Subject: Regarding the recent Apple advisories and patches

Given that Apple's FairPlay DRM was just cracked, does anyone think that 
the recently released Apple patches address it?  I know that it is not 
mentioned in the release announcement, but I am wondering if Apple is in 
the practice of sneaking one in?  Much like another software vendor... Not 
necessarily 'bad-mouthing' Apple, I love 'em, but I am wondering if anyone 
had considered this or if it had happened in the past with them?

Thanks,
-- 
shawn duffy
pakkit at codepiranha dot org
http://codepiranha.org


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