If you've ever wondered how it's possible to make decaf coffee—which you can buy in whole-bean form—when the caffeine is inside the damn bean, then you're not alone. Fortunately, there is an answer, and it's in this video.
Microsoft's COFEE software is designed to help law enforcement grab sensitive, encrypted data from a suspect's hard drive. Recently that software was leaked online. Now, two "developers" have come up with DECAF—an app designed to counteract COFEE.
I don't understand drinking decaf coffee. It's like non-alcoholic beer. Both are crappy, neutered versions of the original. But if you've absolutely got to drink decaf, D+caf will make sure it's the real (fake) deal.