Kazaa is the best in its privacy features on ur desktop

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#1

install kazaa and it is the best software for searching any type of music,videos,images,documents and also file-sharing..... kazaa is the best in its privacy features on ur desktop when it is installed, people are unaware of the fact that the work is being monitored but this is not , kazaa will ask the acceptance of the user to share the pc's resources or not,a pop-up will appear to ask the acceptance,no one can monitor the work without the consent of the user...


#2

I don’t trust it anymore, I just use Kazaa Lite.


#3

Originally posted by sonialewis
install kazaa and it is the best software for searching any type of music,videos,images,documents and also file-sharing… kazaa is the best in its privacy features on ur desktop when it is installed, people are unaware of the fact that the work is being monitored but this is not , kazaa will ask the acceptance of the user to share the pc’s resources or not,a pop-up will appear to ask the acceptance,no one can monitor the work without the consent of the user…

So, how much do you get paid for that? :slight_smile:


#4

I prefer Kazaa-Lite, with NO spyware or adware.


#5

Kazaa secure?
Do you live under a rock?

Haven’t you read about Morpheus quiting Fast-Trak P2P for a while after a series of hacks on the system?

How about the spyware not advertised.

Yet, until recently it appeared that your machine was being REMOTELY accessed to “share your unused bandwith” for a COMMERCIAL network, and you won’t get paid for that, not to mention what can the access with this now called MALWARE (for me it’s a worm).

Now, for kazza lite, I use it, yet think…a hacker cleaned this program…you get my point…


#6

Haven’t you read about Morpheus quiting Fast-Trak P2P for a while after a series of hacks on the system?

Ummmm… They got cut off because they couldn’t pay their dues.


#7

That was the official statement just after they got back to Fast Trak.

Internals reported about a ‘bomb’ that was anbout to explode as the main reason they quit Fast Trak and switching to Gnutella for the first time. I guess that bomb was the so called MALWARE (worms for me)

Some info can be found here:
http://www.kazaalite.com/nuked/modules.php?op=modload&name=FAQ&file=index&myfaq=yes&id_cat=5&categories=What+is+KaZaA+Lite%2C+Spyware+and+other+info&parent_id=0


#8

Some other related links:

http://www.extremetech.com/article/0,3396,s=201&a=24917,00.asp
http://www.kazaalite.com/nuked/modules.php?op=modload&name=XForum&file=viewthread&tid=495
http://www.neowin.net/comments.php?id=3391&highlight=morpheus
http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2002/04/26/1019441306209.html

This one confirms in part your statement:
http://www.neowin.net/comments.php?id=3314&highlight=morpheus

There is for sure more than one truth in this. They lagged paying fees and also warned about some dangers of Fast Trak technology.

I read in a website where some guy who remained anonymous at Sharman Networks said that he couldn’t comment much because of some NDAs but that there was something on fast track that was going to be a bomb when Fast Trak users discovered about it. A week later the BDE stuff came to surface.

If someone else managed to read this I’d appreciate a link on the comment.