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From: rsw at jfet.org (Riad S. Wahby)
Subject: Re: Regarding the recent Apple advisories and patches

shawn duffy <pakkit@...epiranha.org> wrote:
> 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?

It wasn't really cracked; playfair just uses an iTunes or iPod key to
decrypt the m4p stream and writes out raw mp4.

In fact, VLC has been doing this for a while, too.

-- 
Riad Wahby
rsw@...t.org
MIT VI-2 M.Eng


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