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Old 05-14-2006, 08:29 PM   #1
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Default Interview with Larry Marchman of Solid State Networks

"Solid State Networks was founded in Arizona back in 2005 and have their headquarters in Tempe. Solid State’s primary goal is to provide a “lightweight, portable, high performance core technology based on the BitTorrent protocol for use in the next generation content delivery systems.” As you can tell, this is a simple yet ambitious plan."

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Default P2P is still evil no matter if used for legit purposes

Anytime you have content sitting on a client, then distribute that content to potentially thousands of others, the ability to manipulate the stream, and manipulate the split seed files to infect others. I GUARANTEE that skilled hackers will take full advantage of this in time and it will just become another attack/infection vector and will turn out to be the death of this technology, as many other 'good internet ideas' have gone into the bitbucket. Also, the corporate world already for the most part protects its offices and staff workstations from use of P2P protocols using IDS/Firewalls etc. If you think they are going to open up their firewalls and other security policies to allow use of P2P protocols for ANY reason, think again, it's not going to happen, except in the most noodle brain environments.
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