DVD Jon and his buddies have once again opened a backdoor into Apple's iTunes music store. Apple only yesterday thwarted an earlier attempt by a trio of programmers to circumvent its digital rights management (DRM) technology.
The PyMusique application allows users to purchase iTunes music from Apple's online music store that is stripped from the DRM technology, circumventing the Apple instated rules that limit the number of computers that can play a song, as well as limiting the number of times a playlist can be burnt to an audio CD.
In a blog posting, the makers claim they create the hack to allow Linux users to play music from the iTunes music store. The service currently supports only the Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
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