DRM Infection (4)

1 Name: Sling!myL1/SLing 05/01/15(Sat)02:33 ID:sPDbt5WC

"A set of video files available on peer-to-peer networks is piggybacking on Microsoft's antipiracy tools to trick viewers into downloading adware and spyware"
"researcher [] have identified a small company called Protected Media and file-swap fighter Overpeer as responsible for the Trojan-like Windows Media Player files."
"Overpeer is [known for being] hired by record labels and music studios to distribute "decoy" files on file-swapping networks"

2 Name: Unverified Source 05/01/15(Sat)08:36 ID:E3mE8XRs

lol yeah I wonder how many of those "anti-piracy" fighters are out there, uploading bogus files to the P2P networks, writing spyware for the big ccmpanies etc... It's actually quite hilarious.

3 Name: Unverified Source 05/01/15(Sat)12:36 ID:Heaven

I thought it was the big companies out there paying their contracters to bullshit up p2p networks with bogus data? Just sit on the fast track network and you'll find some movie to be nothing but 700Mb of zeros. Mp3's too.

4 Name: 2 05/01/15(Sat)20:18 ID:Heaven

That's what I meant to say.

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