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Anyone know of any good P2P programs?

Acqlite, limewire, and aquisition don't work for me. It used to, like a month ago. But it just all of a sudden stopped working. Not sure if it is the school's firewall, but I'm still able to use bittorrent and direct connect. so if you guys have any suggestions.. that would be much appreciated.

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Yeah, 90% of Uni's disable the use of illlegal p2p clients.

I'd stick with Bit Torrent and Apple Itunes music store.
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You can try Iswipe, but that probably won't work either.
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Poisoned maybe?
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it saddens me to see many different, WINDOZE users downloading stuff. and i have to go and steal it through the network... :p anyhow i'll give Iswipe a shot. thanks guys.

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EDIT:: Iswipe works... Thanks guys for all of your help.
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p2p isnt illegal. its what people use it for which is illegal, my uni knows that, and just sends a message 2 you threatening you with a 200,000$ lawsuit.
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