Recently I downloaded a video file from a torrent site. I is protected with DRM. The file dowsn't even plays. When I opened the file WMP says ' getting media information...' and a window appears. It goes to the site of the torrent uploader. The option play from the window is greyed. Is there any other way to break DRM protection and make the files play. ps: Already tried Almedia and Tunebite but they are of no use.
closed as not constructive by slhck Feb 22 '13 at 20:39
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There is no DRM protection. This is a lie. The file's sole purpose is to induce you to go to the web site and perform surveys, buy things, download malware, or whatever. It was a trick, you were fooled.