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    Limewire finally gets the bullet.

    LimeWire (finally) dies under judge's gavel ? The Register

    Well, hopefully that will be the end of it. Nothing ever made me disconnect a staff laptop from a LAN quicker than seeing that green icon on the desktop. Then reach for various scanning and security tools.

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    Problem is, there are dozens of clients for the gnutella p2p network. People still using Limewire will still be able to use the software as it is floating around the net.

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    yeah Localzuk ur right I found a program called Bearshare on one of our systems, it to connects to the gnutella network, we've found kids installing them to thier homedrives to, the search function and the delete key put pay to those kinda shananagans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugs View Post
    yeah Localzuk ur right I found a program called Bearshare on one of our systems, it to connects to the gnutella network, we've found kids installing them to thier homedrives to, the search function and the delete key put pay to those kinda shananagans.
    Complete side note, you should probably search for how to implement SRP as that would nerf rogue exe's in one shot (and on memory sticks)

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