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Old 10-24-2009, 07:41 PM   #46
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Existing P2P entry servers exist in multiple locations. Often they seed different DNSs with different IPs, which effectively means that the attackers have to hit multiple sights at the same time in order to bring down the entire network. The other issue is that the people behind the P2P networks have access to the capability to counter attack, which I suspect you do not have.

I have been involved with usenet since before there was a www and use it on an almost daily basis.


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