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P2P Via Windows Messenger

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by wes4960, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. wes4960

    wes4960 Guest

    [bold]Anybody who ever makes the kind of offer that this guy made again will also be banned!! - Dela[/bold]
     
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  2. Toiletman

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    ERm, first off, no email addresses, and is this warez or piracy? I dunno, this topic seems to be against the rules. Anyway, P2P on MSN messenger is like 56k on Kazaa Lite. Too slow for me.
     
  3. anonxsurf

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    AnonX gives you privacy on the Web by masking your network identity through our Anonymous Proxy Service.

    Supported Software: Explorer, Netscape, Kazaa, Morpheus, Freenet, Emule, Gnutella, Imesh, Shareaza, BitTorrent, Limewire, Trillian, AIM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, IRC, WSFTP, CuteFTP, Windows Media Player and Real Player

    visit http://www.anonx.com
     
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  4. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    What in the name of God is this??

    wes4960, banned, how dare you!!! Read the rules!!!

    anonxsurf, what connection have you to this software? avid user or did u help in developing or do you get paid to advertise or anything?
     
  5. anonxsurf

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    I actually use the software, wish i was getting paid to advertise it or use it..instead i'm paying my monthly fee.
     
  6. Dela

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    hehe, ah well, what kinda speeds you get?? with what p2p apps?
     
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    Using Cable access with high download speeds of 768 to 1.2 thats just surfing, with kazaa I haven't seen any faults, the only reason I know the speeds is because I've used different sites and kazaa downloads to test.
     
  8. Dela

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    wait a sec, 768kb/s to 1.2mb/s??? what is your home connection?
     
  9. Praetor

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    1.2mbs isnt that impressive Dela... you seen my line speed... rated at 1.5mbs but damn it dont run there at all now do it? Course my cable company/modem is cracked out but who's to say? :)
     
  10. anonxsurf

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    I small business class cable running which guarantees lowest of 768 down. Believe me I watch it like a hawk, love getting a day or so free.

    I know they are going to offer a 5 day trial with their signup. That should be happening within the next day or so.

    Just from what I've been doing with the software its worth what I want to do.
     
  11. Dela

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    No praetor what im saying is the amount of traffic going through a proxy, 1.2MB/s is fine but if u have thousands on the same proxy then do u really think it could handle that for up and down stream?
     
  12. anonxsurf

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    Dela,

    I understand what your saying and yes at one point it would if you only had one server everyone was going through. These guys know what they are doing. Do you really think they would run any type of system that would bogg down and lose customers? Bad business on their part.
     

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