Hackers 3, Microsoft DRM 0

Wednesday, 18 July 2007, 12:00 AM EST

Hackers have made available the third version of the FairUse4M program, which provides PC users with tools to crack Microsoft's digital rights management system. Microsoft employs a full-time team to combat such breaches, said Jonathan Usher, a director in Microsoft's consumer media technology group. However, Usher did not indicate how long it will take for the company to combat the hack.

At the E-Commerce Times.

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