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Old 04-01-2015, 12:51 PM   #21
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I'm not to concerne with the web it's just the articles i read about limewire and your personal files getting put in you share folder that gave me the scare. I guess that's not w common thing that happens?
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I'm not to concerne with the web it's just the articles i read about limewire and your personal files getting put in you share folder that gave me the scare. I guess that's not w common thing that happens?
Man you literally asked this exact question a couple times already. The answer is still no...
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Old 04-01-2015, 06:55 PM   #23
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Hi guys:if one gets Hacked wouldn't you know right awy?
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Old 04-02-2015, 04:10 AM   #24
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Not if the hacker simply gained access and didn't change your setting.
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Not if the hacker simply gained access and didn't change your setting.
Which, as stated above, would not be worth the effort.
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Wait a minute here. If he's so concerned about limewire getting hacked, why the frack is he still using it?
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That is a really good question. One that I have been trying to answer to myself as this thread has gone on.
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Limewire sucks anyway. Uninstall it.
I haven't used Limewire for almost 10 years.
Use Utorrent or vuze
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I haven't used it since 2010. I was just asking cause I was curious about the articles I read saying that malware or hackers change your save folder
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