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  Claymeister 22:20 04 Jun 07
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Hi,

just wondering if anybody can offer me any advice with regards to the above?

is it any safer than Limewire etc???

help would be gteatly appreciated.

Regards

Claymeister

  Devil Fish 22:29 04 Jun 07

dont touch and bargepole spring to mind

  Claymeister 22:31 04 Jun 07

Thanks for this info.

  Z1100 23:05 04 Jun 07

Just don't bother with it. You can get (and steal) some great software but you will not know what you have just down loaded until you open it. So that Star Wars movie may just be some free loading software the 'rents' your PC out as a Zombie.

Just don't go near it. If you have installed it, format your drive and start all over again. That is how much confidence I have in it after my son used it.

Hanx!
K.

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