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January 21, 2008

How To Protect Yourself From Anti-P2P Agencies, For Chronic Torrent Users


Do you ever wonder if you're about to be nabbed for using torrent sites to download movies, TV shows and games? The reality is you could be tracked right now by anti-P2P agencies determined to nail you to the wall in court. The video above by Dan Morrill, a Security Project Manager with VMC Consulting in Redmond, Washington shows him downloading a file using the Azureus while commenting on the information made available about the client and how that info can be processed in order to track you. He also discussed the use of blocklists in order to protect yourself from the identification techniques shown in the video. Check out the vid if you're a chronic illegal downloader. It could save you a huge headache down the road.

Via TorrentFreak

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Posted by Justin Davey at January 21, 2008 4:00 AM

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