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Thursday, November 10, 2005

List of Infected Sony Music CDs

A partial list of CDs infected by the Sony DRM rootkit code:

Trey Anastasio - Shine
Celine Dion - On ne Change Pas
Neil Diamond - 12 Songs
Our Lady Peace - Healthy in Paranoid Times
Chris Botti - To Love Again
Van Zant - Get Right with the Man
Switchfoot - Nothing is Sound
The Coral - The Invisible Invasion
Acceptance - Phantoms
Susie Suh - Susie Suh
Amerie - Touch
Life of Agony - Broken Valley
Horace Silver Quintet - Silver's Blue
Gerry Mulligan - Jeru
Dexter Gordon - Manhattan Symphonie
The Bad Plus - Suspicious Activity
The Dead 60s - The Dead 60s
Dion - The Essential Dion
Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
Ricky Martin - Life

Update 10/11/2005 @ 12:03 AM
From an XCP-Aurora web site press releases:
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 9, 2005--Sterile burning content protection technology pioneered by First 4 Internet (F4i) has been utilised by Texas based Upstairs Records on its latest album by Lil Rob, "Twelve Eighteen".

Fontana Distribution, part of Universal Music Group and distributors for Upstairs Records Inc., are encouraging the independent records labels they distribute to use content protection on their CDs. "Twelve Eighteen", featuring the hit song "Summer Nights", carries the same content protection currently being used by Sony BMG.

First 4 Internet's XCP2 sterile burning technology has been used on over 30 new album releases since February 2005. [Emphasis added]

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