Napster can still be hacked

8 thoughts on “Napster can still be hacked”

  1. There is a software called Total Recorder that can plugs right into your sound card drivers and can capture songs from there. DRM cant do anything about it. Even streamed songs can be captured and saved (though the quality might not be that good).

  2. Virtuosa just stopped working. I suspect it is checking for license approval with napster before access, and probably sending an application ID, which is now being refused by napster (this is my theory). Total recorder works fine, the problem with driver level capturing is that is 1X capturing. With virtuosa, I was able to download and reencode to mp3 about 10 albums an hour.

  3. Maybe if people would stop posting all over the internet how to crack the protected wma files, Napster will stop changing their code? If that’s how it works…

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