For our competitor analysis on TMG, we tested the search string “Spiderman 3 FR” on eMule. TMG’s protection was very noticeable even on real DonkeyServers. They primarily used cross-named porn and a few inflated decoys for protection.
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so mediaprotector films are renaming pornfilms as popular searched for downloads ? First a problem of copyrights (of the pornfilm). Second a problem of the moral rights of the author (being distributed as a porn film). Thirdly not according to laws that oblige to do an age check.
the fine line of the law
Well this is an example
off course there are many other download possbilities that are not mentioned
but in general they should make 3 out of 4 downloads a failure.
For P2P systems it is clear that they must include partial testing during the download for their users before you continue. Because if people download that much films as published in reports lately, than 3 messed up downloads out of 4 would make you flee away.
I added some 50 and Kanye comments into the folder.
If the team sees any more interesting comments, I’ll be sure to pass them on.
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2007 4:44 PM
Please find more comments for 50 cent and Kanye. One comment is not going to impress universal.
so how many identities do you have or are you already shrizofrenic
from an email from their collection
These fakes are most likely distributed by a spyware company. They posted with a public tracker and there didn't seem to be any special technique that they used. The files themselves don't play in VLC player and there's a txt file telling the user to download a codec to play the file. The codec from http://www.Mindcut.net/movie.htm is tagged as spyware by other users
so shouldn't they protect their customers (big firms) also against these dummy files made by spywarefirms and accompagnied by spyware downloads ? Or the more shit in the networks the better ?
- To: email@example.com
- Subject: Need More IP Addresses?
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2007 21:32:11 UT
- Authentication-results: mx.google.com; spf=neutral email@example.com
- Delivered-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
this is a great business strategy. First you sell your services to the attackers of the downloaders who are being blocked by services like peerguardian and than you scare the hell out of the downloaders not telling them that their attackers are using the same networks and services.....
|Owner||Artist||Release Date||Full Leak|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.UK.UCJ||Mike Oldfield||2007-09-06|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.France||vanessa paradis||2007-09-03||2007-08-29|
|*Universal Music.Interscope/Geffen/A&M||50 Cent||2007-09-11||2007-08-30|
|*Universal Music.Island Def Jam||Kanye West||2007-09-11||2007-09-04|
|Universal Music.Universal Europe.UK.Classics and Jazz||RyanDan||2007-09-11||0000-00-00|
|*Universal Music.Mercury Nashville||Reba McEntire||2007-09-18||2007-09-09|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.Latin America||Belanova||2007-09-18||2007-09-09|
|*Universal Music.Verve||Diana Krall||2007-09-18||2007-09-06|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.France||Tiken Jah Fakoly||2007-09-24||2007-09-08|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.France||Mickey Green||2007-09-27||2007-09-05|
|*Universal Music.Universal Europe.UK.W14||siouxsie||2007-10-02||2007-09-07|
So the crappy files are leaked before the album is officially out. In the future you should have somewhat more patience.