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DVD Decrypter: Easy DVD File/Video/ISO Ripping

Published on February 28th, 2007
Category: Audio and Video, Hacks
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In my ISOBuster article, I wrote about how to rip *.ISO files from CDs and DVDs. If you used ISOBuster to do that with a protected DVD - which includes virtually all video and movie DVDs - you would have been greatly disappointed. In fact, if you ran the *.ISO file on a virtual disk or burned DVD, you would see something similar to the garbled mess below.
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QTFairPlay - Unlock iTunes FairPlay DRM Once Again

Published on February 28th, 2007
Category: Audio and Video, Hacks
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So many milestones have happened since I last wrote about DRM-stripping with Hymn. For one, Apple plugged the iTunes hole that Hymn exploited in its iTunes 6 release. Later on, a talented cracker by the name of “igorsk” revealed an exploit program for the iTunes 6 DRM. Apple responded by patching that hole with its next release of iTunes 7. Then miraculously - less than a day later - igorsk cracked the FairPlay iTunes 7 DRM!
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tabinta: Insert “Tabs” in TEXTAREA Fields Instead of Moving Next

Published on February 14th, 2007
Category: Design and Publishing, Extensions/Plugins, Internet, User Interface
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Messy code … I hate it. It annoys me when programmers don’t use line breaks after their semicolons. It bugs me that some programmers write with irregular brackets. Most of all, it totally irks me when programmers don’t tab their code to distinguish between functions, “if” statements, nested elements, etc. White is bliss. Less is more. Spacing is good. Don’t jumble everything up for goodness sake!
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