This is probably a touchy subject, but I'll ask anyway. I'm not asking where, I am only asking is it known to exist? A DRM Stripper would be nice so I don't have to switch back to windows to play movies encoded with DRM. I don't want to have to burn these files in windows, rendering a inferior copy compared to the original just to get them to run while I run Linux.
Is there a codec or program that exists that gets Linux down and dirty and strips DRM?