FairUse4WM is a WM/DRM removal program. It´s a GUI version of drmdbg that supports individualization version .3930 and some Windows Media Player 11 versions.
- Only works on individualized DRM file
- Requires Windows Media Player 10 or Windows Media Player 11. Won´t work on Windows Media Player 9.
The program´s functioning can be verified with “Demo” DRM files from ezdrm.com, as well as those from other Microsoft Solution partners.
This program is ONLY designed and intended to enable fair-use rights to PURCHASED media.
- While I haven´t been able to support license expiration/rental detection, please don´t use this to abuse rental license
- This code does NOT allow import of KID/SID pairs to preclude its use for piracy
Note that some Windows Media Player installations will have multiple ECC key-pairs, so you will likely have to “Extract Keys” using multiple licensed files. If you find a file that doesn´t convert, try extracting keys wth it. Once your whole set of keys is extracted, you will no longer need to run WM per file.
The technology — short for Digital Rights Management — has been giving consumers trouble since its inception, when it was intended as a means to protect digital media from piracy. DRM has taken many forms over the years, from CD keys and digital watermarks to proprietary file types, but the end result is the same: You can’t copy the stuff you buy or play it on anything other than the intended device. As we see it, that’s a problem.