On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 6:40 PM, Fbsd1 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> dick hoogendijk wrote:
>>>>  My unofficial take on it is that limewire is a peer-to-peer sharing
>>> application used by Windows, Mac OS X and Linux users to share files,
>>> usually music, often copyrighted, over the internet.  It is one of the
>>> fastest, most effective ways to spread viruses, trojans, spyware, etc.
>> Is this your FreeBSD POV or more windows oriented?
>>  The program does not use fixed ports, so the services are hard to
>>> block.  In essence, the program gets the user to bypass security
>>> measures from the inside.
>> I have never needed a block on limewire. Firstly, all main conmputers
>> run solaris and therefore also limewire on solaris and secondly, all
>> windows machines are virtual. So -IF- one of them is infected I just
>> put a recent snapshot ;-)
> Limewire is a windows only application.
> So how can you say it runs on solaris which is a flavor Unix?

The Limewire website says it has versions for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and
others, including OS/2 and Solaris.
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