Sony’s rootkit: First 4 Internet responds

Thursday, 10 November 2005, 12:10 AM EST

First 4 Internet, the company that implements Sony’s Digital Rights Management (DRM) software that includes a rootkit, has responded to my last post. They rebut four of the points I raise in the post. Their first statement relates to my assertion that Sony’s player contacts Sony’s web site each time it runs and sends the site an ID associated with the CD the user is playing.

By Mark Russinovich at his blog.

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