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Thread: Safest way to fileshare?

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    I just had my connection suspended for downloading a movie. I used bittorrent to do it from suprnova. So, what do I need to do to ensure that this doesn't happen again? Do I need to use a proxy server? If so, how do I do that? Is mirc a safer way to get things without getting caught?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RcD-
    Safest way to fileshare?
    To not fileshare.


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    n18's Avatar Death God
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    Quote Originally Posted by peerzyboy
    To not fileshare.
    man...i was going to post that...you beat me to it though

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    erm, use a firewall. Use Protowall and dont download new movies (like right when it comes into theaters, dont download the cams right away and when the dvd comes, dont download the rips right away.) cause the new ones are the most monitored...
    blah blah blah... whatever...



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    Rip The Jacker's Avatar Retired
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    Safest way to download files? Dont.
    Safest way to share files with people you know? FTP.

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    @RcD,
    question,
    who is your ISP that suspended you and for how long?

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    Whats the name of that one anonymous proxy server service that was spamming us a while ago? Anon-X or something? Try them if you need a proxy server. Or you can try a free one. Prefarably the anonymous proxy servers.

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    Samurai's Avatar Usenet Fanboy
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    Seriously. Everyone I know or have communications with and has been caught sharing files on P2P has been using TORRENTS.

    This is why I stay away from them.

    Too many users getting caught for my liking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai
    Seriously. Everyone I know or have communications with and has been caught sharing files on P2P has been using TORRENTS.

    This is why I stay away from them.

    Too many users getting caught for my liking.
    well ill add a contradiction to that rule: got an email from ISP about using Gnutella network (Emule)
    <insert signature here>

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    Newsgroups are the safest
    If you subscribe to a payserver though.
    They take out all identifiable information (x-headers) when you post to newsgroups and nobody can see what you download.
    I pay $10 per month for 10gigs,with a retention of more than a month.
    And I've got 30 gigs in my gigbank

    Things you need to make the most out of your Usenet experience :
    • A subscription to a newsserver with great retention.(I prefer Easynews ,it's cheap,great retention and webbased.)
    • Newsreader (Grabit [free] | NewsLeecher [Kicks Ass! ]
    • A premium account at newzBin (only 50cents per week and...NZB files )

    hmm...asspie

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