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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby KingGeorge » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:27 pm

LANjackal wrote:
GrymRpr wrote:Re: EMI - Korn Trial Results - we passed :)
No you didn't :twisted: hahaha I'm very sure of that lol.

GrymRpr wrote:Octavio is starting to steer them toward uTorrent, but they're currently testing with Azureus exclusively.
I think what he meant by that statement is that EMI was testing their protection methods using Az only, but MD was trying to get them to include uT in the testing also... NOT that MD was preferring that people use uT so that they could be caught.

Good find, though... keep 'em coming :)
I would have to agree since the email dated in May makes the claim that the new ban mechanism makes it hard on them while the one about steering them toward utorrent is dated earlier. Although by the September one they have seem to have found a way around it. It might be a good idea for those using utorrent to adjust those ban settings tighter than the defaults in light of this.
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:28 pm

Someone say 'ridiculous numbers'?

There will be press at the event. But ballparking is probably
fine...everyone else is throwing out ridiculous numbers themselves.

-----Original Message-----
From: B**
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 5:05 PM
To: J*
Subject: Re: p2p summit


From: J***
Sent: Thu 07-Jun-07 15:28
To: B*
Subject: RE: p2p summit

I sat with rick...this is what we got.

3,000 projects
75,000 tracks
i'm going to say more than 3 billion countermeasures per day...reasonable?

-----Original Message-----
From: B*
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 5:05 PM
To: J ***; J**
Subject: Re: p2p summit

Get # of active pm1 and pm2 projects from Rick. He can query this in mins.

Would anything from this get in press? If so, we'd have to approximate better # of spoofs and decoys sent per day. If this won't get press, then take the total pm1 + pm2 from rick and times it by 1mm. I ball park it's about 1 billion spoofs and decoys we send per day on all networks.



----- Original Message -----
From: J*
To: B*****; J****
Sent: Wed Jun 06 16:22:23 2007
Subject: p2p summit

I’m speaking at a p2p summit next week. Usually we just blow smoke and brag about our companies for an hour or so…but this time we have a different format. They want me to put together a presentation with slides and all…



You think you can help me with some of these questions?



Estimated number of decoys we send out every day?

Estimated number of spoofs we sent out every day?

Estimated number of projects we have running at any one time?



Thanks!




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Edit: Removed names
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby zim » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:29 pm

Fartingbob wrote:We're celebrities over at mediadefender HQ. They probably have a whole department dedicated to zim.


:lol: haha!
:shock: shit you might be right.
:? hmmmmmmm.....
:x grr...
:evil: bastards prolly do.
:twisted: bring it!
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby GrymRpr » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:38 pm

Found a nice email with an interesting attachment...
From: J******
Sent: 4/3/2007 7:53 PM
To: qa; development, IT_team
Cc:
Subject: new namelist

I have converted the old Aleron1, 3 and 5 into a single network now called DCA2E with 15 servers. The IP range is 38.99.255.44 - .58. Two servers have bad power supplies and a third has a bad hard drive.

38.99.255.47 Bad Power Supply
38.99.255.49 Bad Power Supply
38.99.255.58 Bad Hard Drive

I have included a new namelist and network.ini file with this updated info.





J

and contents of name_list.xml:

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2F">
<IP>38.99.254.204-38.99.254.226</IP>
</ENTRY>



<ENTRY NAME="DCA2G">
<IP>38.99.254.227-38.99.254.249</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2H">
<IP>38.99.254.250</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.251</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.252</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.253</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.2</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.3</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.4</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.5</IP>
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<IP>38.99.255.10</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.11</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.12</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.13</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.14</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.15</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.16</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.17</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.18</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.19</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.20</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2I">
<IP>38.99.255.21-38.99.255.43</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2E">
<IP>38.99.255.44-38.99.255.58</IP>
</ENTRY>




<ENTRY NAME="teleglobe1">
<IP>66.110.61.2-66.110.61.26</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="alchemy1">
<IP>205.177.78.130</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.135</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.140</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.145</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.150</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.155</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.160</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.165</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.170</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.175</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.180</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.185</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.190</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.195</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.200</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.205</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.210</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.215</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.220</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.225</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.230</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.235</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.240</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.245</IP>
<IP>205.177.78.250</IP>
</ENTRY>

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<IP>207.45.196.98</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.101</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.104</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.107</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.110</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.113</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.116</IP>
<IP>207.45.196.119</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.34</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.37</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.40</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.43</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.46</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.49</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.52</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.55</IP>
<IP>64.86.230.58</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.98</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.101</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.104</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.107</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.110</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.113</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.116</IP>
<IP>66.198.35.119</IP>
</ENTRY>



<ENTRY NAME="Cyberverse707">
<IP>66.180.205.2-66.180.205.26</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="Cyberverse708">
<IP>66.180.205.27-66.180.205.51</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="Cyberverse709">
<IP>66.180.205.52-66.180.205.71</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="Cyberverse710">
<IP>66.180.205.72-66.180.205.96</IP>
</ENTRY>


<ENTRY NAME="DCA4A">
<IP>38.99.252.2-38.99.252.24</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3I">
<IP>38.99.252.25-38.99.252.47</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3H">
<IP>38.99.252.48-38.99.252.70</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3G">
<IP>38.99.252.71-38.99.252.93</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3F">
<IP>38.99.252.94-38.99.252.116</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2A">
<IP>38.99.252.117-38.99.252.136</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2B">
<IP>38.99.252.137-38.99.252.156</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2C">
<IP>38.99.252.157-38.99.252.179</IP>
</ENTRY>




<ENTRY NAME="DCA4D">
<IP>38.99.252.230-38.99.252.249</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA4C">
<IP>38.99.252.250</IP>
<IP>38.99.252.251</IP>
<IP>38.99.252.252</IP>
<IP>38.99.252.253</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.2</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.3</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.4</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.5</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.6</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.7</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.8</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.9</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.10</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.11</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.12</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.13</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.14</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.15</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.16</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.17</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA4B">
<IP>38.99.253.18-38.99.253.38</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA1J">
<IP>38.99.253.39-38.99.253.58</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1i">
<IP>38.99.253.59-38.99.253.78</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1H">
<IP>38.99.253.79-38.99.253.98</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1G">
<IP>38.99.253.99-38.99.253.118</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1F">
<IP>38.99.253.119-38.99.253.139</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1E">
<IP>38.99.253.140-38.99.253.159</IP>
</ENTRY>
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<IP>38.99.253.160-38.99.253.177</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.240</IP>
<IP>38.99.255.241</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1C">
<IP>38.99.253.178-38.99.253.197</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA2D">
<IP>38.99.253.198-38.99.253.204</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA4E">
<IP>38.99.253.205-38.99.253.224</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA4J">
<IP>38.99.253.225-38.99.253.247</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA4I">
<IP>38.99.253.248</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.249</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.250</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.251</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.252</IP>
<IP>38.99.253.253</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.2</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.3</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.4</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.5</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.6</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.7</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.8</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.9</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.10</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.11</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.12</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.13</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.14</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.15</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.16</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.17</IP>
<IP>38.99.254.18</IP>


</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA4H">
<IP>38.99.254.19-38.99.254.41</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA4G">
<IP>38.99.254.42-38.99.254.64</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA4F">
<IP>38.99.254.65-38.99.254.87</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCA3E">
<IP>38.99.254.88-38.99.254.110</IP>
</ENTRY>
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<IP>38.99.254.111-38.99.254.133</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3C">
<IP>38.99.254.134-38.99.254.156</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3B">
<IP>38.99.254.157-38.99.254.180</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA3A">
<IP>38.99.254.181-38.99.254.203</IP>
</ENTRY>



<ENTRY NAME="DCA1A">
<IP>129.47.9.193-129.47.9.216</IP>
</ENTRY>
<ENTRY NAME="DCA1B">
<IP>129.47.9.217-129.47.9.241</IP>
</ENTRY>











<ENTRY NAME="DCB1K">
<IP>64.93.88.2-64.93.88.24</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1J">
<IP>64.93.88.25-64.93.88.47</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1I">
<IP>64.93.88.48-64.93.88.70</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1H">
<IP>64.93.88.71-64.93.88.93</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4C">
<IP>64.93.88.94-64.93.88.113</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4D">
<IP>64.93.88.114-64.93.88.133</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1G">
<IP>64.93.88.134-64.93.88.156</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1F">
<IP>64.93.88.157-64.93.88.179</IP>
</ENTRY>


<ENTRY NAME="DCB1E">
<IP>64.93.88.180-64.93.88.202</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1D">
<IP>64.93.88.203-64.93.88.225</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1C">
<IP>64.93.88.226-64.93.88.248</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2B">
<IP>64.93.89.2-64.93.89.24</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2C">
<IP>64.93.89.25-64.93.89.47</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2D">
<IP>64.93.90.200-64.93.90.222</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2E">
<IP>64.93.89.71-64.93.89.93</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2F">
<IP>64.93.89.94-64.93.89.116</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2G">
<IP>64.93.89.117-64.93.89.136</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4E">
<IP>64.93.89.137-64.93.89.156</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2H">
<IP>64.93.89.157-64.93.89.176</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2I">
<IP>64.93.89.177-64.93.89.199</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2J">
<IP>64.93.89.200-64.93.89.222</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2K">
<IP>64.93.89.223-64.93.89.245</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB3A">
<IP>64.93.90.2-64.93.90.24</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB3B">
<IP>64.93.90.25-64.93.90.47</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB3C">
<IP>64.93.90.48-64.93.90.70</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB3D">
<IP>64.93.90.71-64.93.90.93</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB3F">
<IP>64.93.90.94-64.93.90.116</IP>
</ENTRY>




<ENTRY NAME="DCB3E">
<IP64.93.90.139-64.93.90.144</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4B">
<IP>64.93.90.223-64.93.90.245</IP>
</ENTRY>




<ENTRY NAME="DCB1B">
<IP>64.93.91.2-64.93.91.24</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB1A">
<IP>64.93.91.25-64.93.91.47</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB2A">
<IP>64.93.91.48-64.93.91.70</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4H">
<IP>64.93.91.71-64.93.91.93</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4F">
<IP>64.93.91.94-64.93.91.113</IP>
</ENTRY>

<ENTRY NAME="DCB4G">
<IP>64.93.91.114-64.93.91.133</IP>
</ENTRY>


<ENTRY NAME="DCB4I">
<IP>64.93.91.134-64.93.91.153</IP>
</ENTRY>


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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:44 pm

One word for you Media Defender: Alcohol... lots and lots of alcohol. ;)
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby mboxxer » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:45 pm

those mailinglist email-addresses at mediadefender.com that seem to go to all employees and seem to be accessible from outside could become a problem for them. ;)

Like that mail "miivi plans" that the zeropaid guy sent by random chance. ;)
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby JolietJake » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:53 pm

So are those the ballpark numbers they use to sell their services to companies? :lol:
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby ntscuser » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:56 pm

IceCube wrote:One word for you Media Defender: Alcohol... lots and lots of alcohol. ;)
I should think they're all off their heads on Crack by now :rofl:
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:06 pm

Interesting...

Cheers B*,



Obviously, I still have a lot to learn about all the techniques we use.



Speak to you soon,

Thanks,

N***



From: B****
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 11:23 PM
To: N****
Cc: O*
Subject: RE: server .mets - links ono Slyck



N*,



Totally cool and understandable about the "counter counters." :)



Whether our servers are in a .met or not isn't the only way we would have a "presence." The easiest way for us to protect is when users connect to our servers and everyday hundreds of thousands of users are on our servers successfully getting nothing. :) But we do protect on the eDonkey network as a whole. We're constantly working on more solutions to get better effectiveness on servers that aren't ours -- bandwidth contracts, IP rotations, dynamic IP alternatives, and other software initiatives to get IP sources.



Thanks,

B*

From: N***
Sent: Fri 15-Jun-07 13:34
To: B****; qa
Subject: RE: server .mets - links ono Slyck

Thanks B*,



Makes perfect sense and I’m fully aware of who MD generally targets. The only reason I asked in the first place is because I’m working with a few clients running their own internal tests. When I receive a .met from a client it would be nice to turn around and say we still have presence. Failing that, I would use the reasoning you have outlined below and explain that the majority of eMule users wouldn’t know what a .met is, let alone where to find one.



I also thought this information might help us understand how many people out there have identified our servers. If sharing this info with you guys is counterproductive please let me know and I’ll stop.



Btw: this is where the IFPI always obtain their .met lists: http://ed2k.2x4u.de/index.html, they usually obtain the full server list and it’s fairly safe to assume that most European record companies would use the same list when testing internally. However, if they use another vendor (i.e. Advestigo) it could be in that vendor’s interest to undermine our effectiveness (using a filtered list) and present their technologies as a more suitable alternative… obviously ;o)



Just trying to help out a bit with those ‘counter counters’ and maybe obtain some slightly different answers for those disgruntled clients… hope that’s ok.



Cheers,

N*



From: B****
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2007 8:36 PM
To: N*****; qa
Subject: RE: server .mets - links ono Slyck



N*,



The default user is who MediaDefender targets, not an expert who delves into researching how-to pirating forums, such as slyck.com. With that said, many threads on slyck.com refer to our eMule spoofing and decoying as an annoyance -- veritable testimonials of our effectiveness, but not quantified to be particularly meaningful to our clients. As the article says, "In the eMule client, there's already a list of servers in the server window." The article goes on to say, "The servers featured are not verified safe servers. Unsafe servers usually return purposely faulty results in searches or cause other difficulties with the eMule client." Sure there are ways to minimize and essentially avoid most of our protection techniques, given enough stubbornness and perseverance, but that isn't what we target.



We target general masses of people that use p2p networks. This is one of the reasons that it's important to come up with a testing methodology with our customers that we can reliably replicate in-house with our QA team. Amongst the data that we have access to is what typical p2p user behavior is, the problem we have with these user behavior data is we've never come up with any way to present it to our clients -- we can see it with database queries, but charts and graphs don't work well to express these notions and we end up resorting to anecdotal-sounding remarks. One common statement is "the average user clicks on the file with the most sources." This is absolutely true, but the % of users clicking on the file with the most sources is different from network to network and fluctuates a bit depending on how well the top-sourced file is named, or the file format (compare user searching for video but top result is audio, or vice versa).



Let me know if that makes sense.



Thanks,

B*

From: N****
Sent: Fri 15-Jun-07 05:28
To: qa
Subject: server .mets - links ono Slyck

Hi guys,



I got these 2 .met files today (links from this article on slyck: http://www.slyck.com/story1484.html)... I guess you’ve seen them already, but I was wondering if anyone could let me know if we have any presence on these lists and if we do, how strong it is.



Many thanks,

N*



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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby zim » Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:17 pm

AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is for private, non-commercial, single computer use only. The use of AVG Free within any organization or for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.


http://free.grisoft.com/doc/download-fr ... s/us/frt/0



STOP STEALING FROM THE HARD WORKING ANTI VIRUS COMPANYS YOU FUCKING SCUMBAG MEDIA DEFENDER RETARDS!


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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:21 pm

For us, it doesn’t mean too much. We cover the “more popular” version of WinMX, which is the MXPie patch. This change only affects the patch by the WinMX Group. The MXPie version is still alive and we’re still hitting on it.



-TH



From: O******
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Subject: What does this mean?



http://www.slyck.com/story1517_WinMX_Group_Goes_Offline



Thanks,



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Any WinMX fans reading this? ;)
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby ejonesss » Sat Sep 15, 2007 3:54 pm

zim wrote:AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is for private, non-commercial, single computer use only. The use of AVG Free within any organization or for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.


http://free.grisoft.com/doc/download-fr ... s/us/frt/0



STOP STEALING FROM THE HARD WORKING ANTI VIRUS COMPANYS YOU FUCKING SCUMBAG MEDIA DEFENDER RETARDS!


:howdy:




it is not stealing because in order to be stolen it has to be missing.

if i was to break into your car and rip open the dash and remove the cd player then the cd player is stolen missing.
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 4:11 pm

I think Zim was being partially sarcastic.
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby Winston84 » Sat Sep 15, 2007 4:45 pm

Yeah, he was being very partially :mrgreen:
Has anyone calculated how much bandwidth these idiots are hogging ..
with spoofing and all kinds of other disruptive "hacker" behaviour ?
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby haynes » Sat Sep 15, 2007 4:49 pm

"Subject: MiiVi on Wikipedia


The MediaDefender wiki page now has a whole section about Miivi.com:


Miivi.com


In February 2007, MediaDefender launched a video sharing site called Miivi.com in order to trap unsuspecting uploaders of copyrighted content.[5] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-4> [6] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-5> The site tried to convince unsuspecting users to upload digital content, but the sites true origins were discovered by a blogger who looked up Miivi.com domain registration information.[7] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-6> After news traveled throughout the blogosphere, the site was shut down on 7/06/2007.[8] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-7> MediaDefender, however, denied allegations that it was trying to convict anyone. In an interview with Ars Technica, MediaDefender claimed that "MediaDefender was working on an internal project that involved video and didn't realize that people would be trying to go to it and so we didn't password-protect the site." MediaDefender blamed file sharing groups such as The Pirate Bay <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pirate_Bay> for starting the story.[9] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-8> When questioned, the MPAA denied any involvement with MediaDefender.[10] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaDefender#_note-9>
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"I know, I have made edits and have sent e-mail to the admins. If nothing else once things have quieted down a little and nobody is really looking at it I should be able to make any changes that I want to."
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby JolietJake » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:12 pm

Oh these bastards are about to be hit with a PR nightmare.
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby zim » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:19 pm

ejonesss wrote:
zim wrote:AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition is for private, non-commercial, single computer use only. The use of AVG Free within any organization or for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.


http://free.grisoft.com/doc/download-fr ... s/us/frt/0



STOP STEALING FROM THE HARD WORKING ANTI VIRUS COMPANYS YOU FUCKING SCUMBAG MEDIA DEFENDER RETARDS!


:howdy:




it is not stealing because in order to be stolen it has to be missing.

if i was to break into your car and rip open the dash and remove the cd player then the cd player is stolen missing.



Sarcasam. the crotch fleas who are going after everyone for copyright infringment and who are screwing up the p2p world. or trying to. also like to say that copyright infringment is stealing and wrong so we should stop.

:wink:


even more importantly they are using free software that explicitly says not for commercial use. in a commercial setting. which would be what... stealing... breach of contract... who knows. i'm not a lawyer. IE. judging them by their own stupid standards. they are hypocrites. so why the hell should anyone listen to anything they have to say anymore....

grisoft the makers of avg antivirus should sue them. no warning. hit them hard with the lawyers. since we have them dead bang guilty with their own evidence.

the irony would be awarded a large cash settlement.

and it would just be funny as hell. the copyright infringment cops are caught by their own logic. heck. if misuse of one song is worth 3000 bucks... then misuse of some software that actually serves a useful purpose in the world has gotta be worth at least 12.3 billion dollars in damages. and this is just one example! how many other software programs are they "stealing". AND making money off it. thats just as bad as the phisical media pirates who chrun out thousands of rip off copies and sells them.

getting rich off others hard work. thats pretty low there media defender. we might be pirates but we're not making any money off it like you are.



someone should turn media defender in to the (SPA, ASP, BSA) for a reward.
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby IceCube » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:22 pm

Any case brought up to MD by using this kind of evidence would be thrown out because it was a leak and not an audit.
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Postby MrFredPFL » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:24 pm

zim: don't be so sure anything in these emails can be used against them in court. evidence obtained in this manner is most likely tainted and inadmissable, i would suspect.

edit: ya, what cube said ;)
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby zim » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:26 pm

So send in the auditors to gather official evidence. probable cause now.

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Postby MrFredPFL » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:28 pm

:lol:

objection, your honor! bootstrapping!

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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby Winston84 » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:29 pm

subject :ssl mysql date: 21/08/2007
, for the attorney general stuff, you need to build another
console app to accept a certificate authority file as a parameter. So I
will call your console app with parameter something like
'ca=/root/certs/cacert.pem'.
Check out http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/ ... l-set.html for
the mysql_ssl_set() function. Basically, you just call
mysql_ssl_set(mysql, NULL, NULL, cacert_path, NULL, NULL);
before calling mysql_real_connect()
Also, this child porn stuff could be video, image or archive, so make
sure you look for sources from all those tables.

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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby JolietJake » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:33 pm

Did he actually tell the guy to search for the child porn.... :shock:
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby zim » Sat Sep 15, 2007 5:33 pm

I bet they dont have a legitimate license for every OS they are using to run all these IP's.



hey microsoft. media defender has some of your money. sic em! :spank:
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Re: Media Defender's stuff leaked everywhere

Postby lordfoul » Sat Sep 15, 2007 6:11 pm

Gotta love it.
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