Funny story, and funny idea guys.
I am a customer on Bell Sympatico (Large Canadian ISP). They recently implemented hardware that limits torrents to 30KB or 60KB. When these changes were implemented, even opening a torrent would cause AIM to disconnect, webpages not to load, etc. Diagnosed that it was none of my hardware. Got told by a Bell Sympatico support manager basically to "suck it up".
I wrote a script, that constantly downloads random crap, in this case Ubuntu and CentOS ISO's mainly. I figure it will waste 13 Terabits of bandwidth a month on my plan. It works on 2000/XP/Vista, you just need to create a folder and place wget and my script in it (copy paste script), if anyone else has an evil ISP that needs punishing. Wget is available from http://users.ugent.be/~bpuype/cgi-bi...=wget/wget.exe
if exist /download (Echo Directory is present) ELSE (mkdir download)
del /Q /S download
Written by Chris Mayhew, 2008. Please use this if your ISP is doing something illegal, immoral or otherwise bad, such as
P2P traffic filtering.