Re: utorrent

From: Randy Saaf <randy_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 16:55:41 -0700

Ty

Are there any new exploits with this utorrent dna junk?

R

----- Original Message -----
From: Daniel Lee
To: Ben Grodsky; qa
Cc: Ben Ebert; Benny Mao
Sent: Fri Aug 10 16:18:28 2007
Subject: RE: utorrent

The Bittorrent client is almost identical to uTorrent 1.7. Both our interdiction as well as MediaSentry's still works on Bittorrent 6.0. We were having some problems getting our interdiction to show up on our local machines, but with Ty's help we figured out that the problem was due to port conflict and firewall issues.

The only difference between uTorrent and Bittorrent was that the Bittorrent client came with an additional app called "Bittorrent DNA" (Delivery Network Accelerator), which acts as a local proxy. Overall, we saw similar speeds/performance on both clients.
 

 
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From: Ben Grodsky
Sent: Fri 8/10/2007 9:25 AM
To: qa
Cc: Ben Ebert; Benny Mao
Subject: FW: utorrent


QA,
 
Is there anything we should be concerned about here or anything interest of note?
 
Thanks,
Ben

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From: Randy Saaf
Sent: Tue 07-Aug-07 23:16
To: torrents; leaks
Subject: utorrent


There is a new version of utorrent. It seems like they added a lot of new features. maybe even a server component
 
http://www.zeropaid.com/news/8948/%C2%B5Torrent+Relaunched+as+BitTorrent+6.0+Beta
 
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