cracking itunes

A new version of Apple's iTunes software appears to be enabling Internet-based music sharing, something that could land the computer maker in hot water http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/0,39020369,2134602,00.htm The new music jukebox software, released two weeks ago as part of a set of high-profile Apple music announcements, contains features that allow Mac users to stream music to each other over a network. The songs are not downloaded permanently but do allow computer users to listen to any song on another network-connected Macintosh's hard drive.A few Web sites and software applications are claiming to allow people to search other Net-connected Macintosh computers' hard drives in order to listen to songs online.  Fortunately, you can re-enable iTunes sharing across subnets with the freeware Rendezvous Beacon. http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=200306020942... and http://www.deleet.de/projekte/daap/

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