Perhaps you’ve heard of FairUse4WM and how it cracks Windows Media DRM restrictions? Up until recently, it was unsuccessful at stripping DRM from songs bought from the Zune Marketplace. Now with updated version 1.3, users are confirming that it will indeed remove the pesky rights management that comes with that low-quality song you paid a buck or 3943048 “points” for.
Problem is, Microsoft will most likely update the Zune software in the coming weeks to fix the issue. Though the software giant has tried to track down the creator of FairUse4WM, it still has not identified the author, known only as “viodentia”. If you’re one of the few people with a Zune, now is the time to set your music free.
Zune DRM successfully cracked [Electronista]