KaZaA to be updated in next 24 hours due serious security leak

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#1

I just posted the article KaZaA to be updated in next 24 hours due serious security leak.

According to an
article on ZDNet Australia has a security expert found a serious leak in the
KaZaA file sharing software. It is possible for hackers to excute arbitrary code
and this…

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#2

Yeah, KaZaA is not well programmed. At all. I mean, I can’t program, but I can tell that it’s bad.


#3

uh yea dude this coming from a guy who knows crap about programming. if it’s so poorly programmed, its amazing that at any given time there’s 6 million gigs being shared. and it has been months and it is still up. i would say its as good as programming gets on p2p as of now.


#4

you can never tell how well programmed something is by looking at the gui.


#5

Largest file shareing network in the world. An impressive feat for such a ‘poorly programmed’ piece of software.


#6

Yeah well we all know how well Windows was programmed and look how popular it is. So you can’t tell how good something is programmed by how many people use it either. But this why you back your crap up. Who cares if its the most horribly programmed app in the world. As long as it does its freaking job. This is exactly why I use gnutella though. If a file sharing bug will be found it will always be in the most popular one. And if the RIAA starts attacking these bugs. Well I’ll be safe.