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A report by Firewall vender Palo Alto shows that employees resort to some common tricks to get around IT security measures. Among these very popular is using proxy scripts in order to evade filters and using online p2p to download and install unsupported applications. Palo Alto identifies CGIProxy and KProxy as two common proxy scripts.
The P2P scene is subjected to constant change – there’s new data indicating that the number of uTorrent users across the world has more than doubled since 2007, TorrentFreak reports. The data we offer here were collected by PC Pitstop (the “subjects” of the study were more than a million PCs -Windows only-) Some months
The subject of peer-to-peer “traffic shaping” is hot as ever. In a comment made on Friday AT&T declared to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that it did not attempt to throttle back p2p traffic by generating commands to slow down file transfers, as Vuze said it can prove. As we informed you last week ,Vuze,
The four horsemen are back to the attention of p2p community. In a recent interview they revealed the new approach now with the next album which promises "everything in terms of possibilities with the Internet " for the fans. They also said that the idea came tot them "observing Radiohead and Trent Reznor." 2000 was
There was report a few days ago about an important “player” in The Pirate Bay case (an investigator of the case) being hired by Warner Bros. that gave way to rumors. When police officer (IT forensics) Jim Keyzer, proudly made known last week his new job at Warner Bros on his Facebook profile, seemingly he