An anonymous reader writes "I love cabbages has reverse-engineered Adobe's ADEPT DRM (e-book protection). On February 18, I love cabbages released code that decrypts EPUB e-books protected with ADEPT and followed that up on February 25, with code that decrypts PDF e-books protected with ADEPT. On March 4, I love cabbages was given a DMCA take down notice. And there's plenty of evidence he got it right. DS:TNG (Dmitry Sklyarov: The Next Generation)?"
If you are running a server, are familiar with Red Hat, and don't want to spend the money on a RHEL license, then install CentOS. It is a rebuild of the RHEL source RPMs. Very stable, very nice. I use it on my personal servers and FC on my desktop. FC is in far too much flux to ever be a stable server platform (in my opinion). http://www.centos.org/