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how hard is it t track torrent users

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by dude845, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. dude845

    dude845 Regular member

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    ok i have heared from some people that bittorents users are 100% more likey not to be caught then the avrege p2p user can some one verify that to.
     
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    Anybody you are sharing with can see your IP number. So no, they aren't any safer.
     
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    dude845 Regular member

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    could i use peer gaurdian or somthing? will that slow my downloads down peer gaurdian did slow my downloads but what about peer gaurdian 2
     
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    When you are thinking about getting caught think this: how many people will be able to see what you are sharing ? If you use a public p2p system then the answer could be seen as "everybody". That's potentially a huge amount of people including also your favourite p2p enemies.

    PG2 has improved immensely. Nowdays there's no CPU use impact and I have never experienced any downloads getting slower (same issue with pervious versions). Remember that PG's block lists are not perfect so as long as you are sharing there is always a risk. Use PG and a non-public p2p system and the risk is smaller.

     
  5. gotisos

    gotisos Guest

    proxify
     

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