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Subject: Re: audible files ont he IPod

Re: audible files ont he IPod

From: Manuel Dejonghe <manuel_at_dejonghe.de>
Date: 2006-07-09

On 7/9/06, Paul Louden <paulthenerd@gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, a truly strong encryption should be safe with the decryption
> algorithms opened up (GPG for example). The strength should lie within the
> secret kept by the person who is meant to decode the file (your key). But
> most people believe that obscurity helps increase security, or think that
> opening their encryption algorithms will make it easier for people to pirate
> the audiobooks or audio files. While this is possibly true, in the end
> people find a way no matter what.

BTW: How does Goldwave play these files or stand against the suits
from audible ? This tool has been reported multiple time to be able to
convert audible-files.
My questions of course assume they to it illegally. The other
possibility is that they payed for a license playing these files. But
I don't think so, as selling a license to a converter would fail the
whole system.

~lImbus
Received on Sun Jul 9 11:46:36 2006


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