Anonymously written freeware lets YOU bust a Napster/Gnutella user.
June 21, 2000 6:02 PM   Subscribe

Anonymously written freeware lets YOU bust a Napster/Gnutella user. Anonymously written by the RIAA, no doubt.
posted by quonsar (4 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
that is awful, that is just plain awful
I don't know what to say
posted by starduck at 7:51 PM on June 21, 2000


of different media to put the responsibility back to the offending users. The current version supports Napster and Gnutella services ...

giving you enough identifying information to either submit a ban on the users from the service

How do you Ban a Gnutella user?
posted by alan at 8:04 PM on June 21, 2000



NOTE: The public version of the Media Enforcer software does have limits- the
Napster service will not return user names, and the Gnutella service will return
incorrect IP addresses. This is done so Media Enforcer will remain a tool for
anti-piracy, and not a piracy search tool.

For a copy of the full version, simply email us with a short description of who you
are and your intended use of the software. We will evaluate the request, and
respond promptly.



Yeah, this looks really useful. I feel payware coming up....


posted by fvw at 8:07 PM on June 21, 2000


There's been some mention of this over at Wired News, too. Some stuff about the guy who wrote it starts near the bottom of the first page.
posted by endquote at 6:39 AM on June 22, 2000


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