Prohibited Peer-to-Peer Services

Users should note that the applications listed below are just some of the more commonly used applications and are used as examples only. In no way is this considered to be a comprehensive list. Basically, if you use an eDonkey client and it is not on the list shown below, you will be REMOVED from the network.

Networks/Protocols Application(s)
Ares Ares Galaxy, Warez P2P, Filecroc
BitTorrent ABC, AllPeers, Azureus, BitComet, BitLord, BitSpirit, BitTornado, BitTorrent, Burst!, FlashGet, G3 Torrent, Halite, KTorrent, MLDonkey, mlMac, Opera, QTorrent, rtorrent Shareaza, Transmission, Tribler, uTorrent
eDonkey aMule, eDonkey2000 (discontinued), eMule, eMule Plus, Hydranode, Jubster, lMule, Lphant, MLDonkey, mlMac, Morpheus, Pruna, Shareaza, xMule, iMesh
FastTrack giFT, Grokster, iMesh (and its variants stripped of adware including iMesh Light), Kazaa (and its variants stripped of adware such as Kazaa Lite), KCeasy, Mammoth, MLDonkey, mlMac, Poisoned
Gnutella Acquisition, BearShare, Cabos, Gnucleus, Grokster, iMesh, gtk-gnutella, Kiwi Alpha, LimeWire, FrostWire, MLDonkey, mlMac, Morpheus, Phex, Poisoned, Swapper, Shareaza, XoloX
Gnutella2 Adagio, Caribou, Gnucleus, iMesh, Kiwi Alpha, MLDonkey, mlMac, Morpheus, Shareaza, TrustyFiles

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Last Modified: January 31, 2008
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