BCDC++ Client Detector

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Kenneth-Chile
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BCDC++ Client Detector

Post by Kenneth-Chile » 2003-07-15 18:56

Does it exist BCDC++ and/or DC++k detector?

Thanks :)
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Post by Kenneth-Chile » 2003-07-15 23:20

No Clients :D
Client Detector. :wink:
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Post by sarf » 2003-07-16 06:25

For a while now, DC++k has been "undetectable" (e.g. looking like DC++).
It no longer contains any other stealth functions, however.

Older versions are detectable by the 0.181 CDM I think.

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Re: BCDC++ Client Detector

Post by FleetCmd » 2003-07-21 12:53

Kenneth-Chile wrote:Does it exist BCDC++ and/or DC++k detector?

Thanks :)


A well-set up bcdc or dc++k is undetectable.. (the older dc++k sent wrong lock, but the new version is OK)...

well i think that it's useless to fight against the "undetectable" clients.. instead of this, we should make users to use them correctly...

However... we should make the users to use the clients correctly... And who wants to fake that will :( .. just we can ban them or not.

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