iTunes Music Store locks out DRM-free purchases

Apple on Monday confirmed they have closed what's described as "a security hole" in the iTunes Music Store that allowed users to purchase songs without DRM attached. As a result of closing the hole, users of iTunes older than version 4.7 will need to upgrade in order to continue purchasing songs. This update also locks out users of PyMusique, a software application for Windows and Linux that served as an alternate interface to the iTunes Music Store.
Source: Playlist

Ahh, DVD Jon gets stopped again.

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Doesn't stop you from stripping out the DRM after purchase, using another one of DVD Jon's tools :)

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