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An app developed by the Max Planck Institute can be used for free to detect meddling in the use of BitTorrent, eMule, and Gnutella.
With media player Winamp headed to software heaven, Crave's Bonnie Burton, who once worked for the firm that made it, looks back on workplace tensions and fun -- and Mike the llama.
There will be no more llama whipping for media player Winamp when parent company AOL closes it in December.
Sensitive files like Secret Service safehouse locations, military rosters, and IRS tax returns can still be found on file-sharing networks, according to new report.
Following congressional complaints about sensitive data leaks, P2P software providers are modifying their apps to make them safer for use in enterprises.
Company CEO, Sam Hopkins, on how government blueprints and avionics for President Obama's helicopter wound up at an IP address in Tehran.
Get a look at correspondence between the owner of a Louisiana ISP and representatives of copyright owners. The ISP owner gets several of notices like this a month.
Today, Lime Wire announced a deal with The Orchard that will double the number of songs available through its online store. But if you're using LimeWire P2P software, are you going to buy music?
In response to questions raised by BitTorrent-based client Vuze, phone company denies using forged reset packets to disrupt peer-to-peer file sharing traffic on its network.
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