FairUse4WM will extract the personally identifiable information (description keys) from Media Player for the purpose of allowing the user to improve the interoperability of legitimately acquired media files. At least one file with an active license is necessary.
Instructions: To actualize fair use rights with the new IBX, first run 'mirakagi' which will enter the IBX keys into the FairUse4WM blackbox-keys.txt text file. Next, you should use the attached version of FairUse4WM, 1.3Fix-2. This includes an important fix for a video corruption bug, often seen in scenes affording high compression
- New tool for uncovering the individual keys from Microsoft's DRM blackbox components ("IBX"), up to version 11.0.6000.6324
- Capable of interfacing with both Windows Vista and Zune software versions
Reviewing 1.3Fix-2 (May 8, 2013)
Reviewing 1.3Fix-2 (Mar 25, 2009)
Where can I download this?
Reviewing 1.3Fix-2 (Nov 22, 2007)
I can't seem to get this to work. =/
It crashes on my Vista machine.
I recently upgraded PCs and dealing with the DRM has been a pain (all 100% legit music as well). :(
Reviewing 1.3Fix-2 (Aug 1, 2007)
In the app, the title bar is 1.3 fix2, so it's the right version.
Does what it says on the tin... in seconds!
Reviewing 1.3 (Feb 2, 2007)
I see references to fairuse4wm version 1.3, but all that I can find for download is version 1.0.3 -- is this the same thing?
If it is, it is no longer working. It used to work, but now I get a "requires a different key" message.