As the war wages on between Microsoft's Consumer Media Technology group and the creators of FairUse4WM, so continues the march of memos and software updates being passed around to Redmond's partners in the business who are making use of the ailing PlaysForSure DRM scheme. After Microsoft fought back by readjusting the individualized blackbox component (IBX) in an attempt to shut down FairUse4WM, the DRM-stripping appsters created a second version (1.2), which circumvented that protection. Well, we have our hands on yet another Microsoft memo on the topic -- this time much more vague -- reasserting their commitment to patching this issue by dedicating "teams working around the clock" to it. Ouch. We suspect future memos may come watermarked, or... wait for it... DRMed, so don't be too shocked if the trail turns cold on communiques. War is hell, people.