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    A new version of "Kazaa Lite," free software that provides access to the service operated by Sharman Networks Ltd., can prevent anyone from listing all music files on an individual's machine and purports to block scans from Internet addresses believed to be associated with the RIAA.



    taken from this article:
    http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/internet/07/1...c.ap/index.html
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    ya, I saw a article like that in the Sacramento bee.

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    Soon my friends, Klite will fall by the wayside in favor of more secure programs.
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    what chu mean?

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    yea i saw this on cnn wen i was watching tv they were talking about kazaa lite (not kazaa) and how it was preventing all this stuff i was FUCK U RIAA

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    Do you guys think all this exposure is good for K-Lite?
    It draws a lot of attention to us, who are kind of an "organized crime family".

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    Yeah, I posted about the same thing except it was featured in Extreme Tech here:
    http://www.extremetech.com/article2/...1191107,00.asp

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    Originally posted by Ron@22 July 2003 - 02:30
    Do you guys think all this exposure is good for K-Lite?
    It draws a lot of attention to us, who are kind of an "organized crime family".
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    Originally posted by Jibbler@21 July 2003 - 18:28
    Soon my friends, Klite will fall by the wayside in favor of more secure programs.
    agreed.

    even with these "new" features, klite is still a joke security wise unfortunately. Doesnt mean I dont use it... but its just no where near being semi secure.

    Already p2p apps with proxy's, encryption, etc are starting to pop up, and other new technologies should be more wide spread soon here.

    With the RIAA and their lawsuits, p2p has dropped considerably since that announcement. People are worried, unfortunately, as there is strength in numbers.

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    Its too bad those "secure" P2Ps have very few users and files.

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