I dunno about you, but I'd be hopping mad if someone had a product that could bypass firewalls. If I were a script kiddie, I'd be salivating at the prospect of getting my hands on a hacked-up copy of this thing. 3y3 OwNz j00r b0X, b1y07Ch!
As the article points out, this program won't deal well with even trivial encryption. It's comparing the "digital DNA" of an MP3 file? C'mon, do you mean to tell me that every copy of a CD track is going to compress exactly the same, let along dealing with different bitrates or compression formats (Ogg Vorbis, anyone?)?
So will this wonder program circumvent access controls like Unix-style file permissions? I keep all of my MP3s -- that I ripped from my own CDs, by the way -- in a directory chmod'ed to 700, so unless this machine can hack root, I don't see any way it'll get at them.
*grumble* Marketing hogwash, if you ask me...