K++ Is Dead - Long Live The Clones
As SN reported Sharman Networks developing Kazaa approached ISPs hosting Kazaa Lite K++, an addware/spyware-free version of Kazaa, and ordered removal on grounds of copyright infringement, including the one on the K++ home page, and now the links have disappeared.
K++ users will be affected too since it is based on prior to 2.5 version of the original and the supernode of Kazaa Network will block its shares. Sharman Networks offers ad-free version for $29.95 but Kazaa users still have free alternative clones.
Among them are Diet K, http://www.dietk.com/ , which removes spyware from the original Kazaa and GIFT, http://gift.sf.net/ , which works with Fasttrack, Openfasttrack, Opennapster (old Napster) and Gnutella networks.
wtf ??? does this mean back to ad and spyware kazaa ?