Sony's software removal scheme aggravates security hole

Wednesday, 16 November 2005, 12:41 PM EST

The fallout from a hidden copy-protection program that Sony BMG Music Entertainment put on some CDs is only getting worse. Sony's suggested method for removing the program widened the security hole the original software created, researchers say.

By Brian Bergstein at the Detroit News.

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