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Thread: : Bit Torrent to offer DRM's video content
face BY : Russell McMahon email (remove spam text)

> I think you're right in that there is a risk, but I also think it is
> at
> about the same level as with any application that is connected to
> the
> internet and is not open source, especially most of the other IM
> clients.

Not according to the articles I cited. It sounds like Sype is an order
of magnitude or maybe 2 better at bypassing firewalls than any normal
well behaved software, P2P or other.

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If you skimmed through those references you'll have seen that:

   - In using Skype you give them permission to do it if they can.

   - They are extremely good at burrowing through firewalls AND not
showing that it is being done using any of the standard tools.

And may be tempted to conclude that

       - If  they can they do.

       - They often can.

When you read an article whose major gist is "ONE vendor CLAIMS that
they have found a method to stop Skype getting out/in when you use it
..." then one has to wonder.


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