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Thread: To Warez Or Not To Warez

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    KazaaBoy's Avatar Nothing On The Moon.
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    This is not against the forum because it's still a file sharing program.
    What do you guys think of this: Would anyone in here trust it or does it seem dodgy?

    Warez P2P is a spyware-free file-sharing program. Search for and download your favorite music and video files shared by other users on a free peer-to-peer network. Warez' advanced queuing system and multisource swarmed downloads allow you to get what you want in the shortest amount of time. Warez can enhance your file-sharing experience, thanks to its built-in audio/video player with full playlist support.

    Advanced search for all types of media files (Audio, Video, Games, Software, Photos and more).
    Very fast downloads from multiple users simultaneously.
    Automatic resume feature that assures the completion of all your requested downloads.
    A Media Player with play lists and full-screen mode.
    Ability to preview Audio and Video files while their download is in progress.
    Enhanced Library Manager ideally designed for organizing all your PCs media files.
    Filter out dangerous types of files that may possibly contain a virus.
    Ability to create your chat room and chat with your friends while downloading.
    The most friendly and intuitive user interface.
    Bandwidth and queue control.
    Spyware Free.


    Warez is a peer to peer file sharing program that enables users to share any digital file including images, audio, video, software, documents, etc. You may now easily publish your files through the Warez Network. As a member of the Warez network, you can also search and download just about any digital media file. With Warez you can also join or host chat rooms and meet new friends. Warez Entertainment is an international software company engaged in the business of providing cutting edge peer to peer filesharing software
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    http://www.warez.com/client/dl/WarezV1.exe

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    Spyware dialer inside , believe me.

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    sounds a bit suspect

    i think i will stick with k-lite

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    Originally posted by sharedholder@10 January 2004 - 03:23
    Spyware dialer inside , believe me.
    LOL! i dont even have a modem B)

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    I am just going to quote what i said for the other topic about this.

    This really looks like some Anti-P2P group made this to make P2P be more like warez so it can be deemed illegal.

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    KazaaBoy's Avatar Nothing On The Moon.
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    Oh crap I already installed it

    How can I get rid of the dialer and get rid of everything it installed?? I have Ad-Ware 6.

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    Originally posted by KazaaBoy@9 January 2004 - 18:26
    Oh crap I already installed it

    How can I get rid of the dialer and get rid of everything it installed?? I have Ad-Ware 6.
    Always run Spy-bot and Adware when you need to get rid of spyware (dialers included).

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    KazaaBoy's Avatar Nothing On The Moon.
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    Do you think Ad-Ware will get rid of it?

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    No i dont think so, i know spy-bot will.

    http://www.safer-networking.org/

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    KazaaBoy's Avatar Nothing On The Moon.
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    Thanks Agent Smith

    It did it (I think) and it did a lot more. I was just wondering how would I know the name of it or if it really did get rid of it because Norton Anti-Virus did not detect anything like it did the last time. Last time I had spyware, Norton Anti-Virus stoped it. This time, nothing??

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