Morpheus infiltrates other P2P networks

By on January 19, 2004, 1:39 PM
StreamCast has released a test version of its file-sharing software that taps into all major file-swapping networks, including Kazaa

New file-swapping applications are bridging formerly separate networks, promising to improve the efficiency of peer-to-peer searches and sharpen competition among rival software developers.

Read more: [URL=http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/security/0,39020375,39119166,00.htm]ZDNet[/URL].




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ak_in_charge said:
Cool!It will be interesting to see how well this idea works and how user friendly it is.Hopefully they have gotten all the kinks out of it.
Vehementi said:
"Infiltrates"? That makes it sound like it's a bad thing.
vassil3427 said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by Vehementi [/i]"Infiltrates"? That makes it sound like it's a bad thing. [/quote] Or an illegal thing...
Federelli said:
Nah it's more like "incorporate" which is good because it increases users and files all around
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