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Former file-swapping champion now has eyes on small-business tools.
When the music stops, move on to the next file swapping service...
Under an out-of-court deal with the RIAA, the file-swapping site must get permission to trade copyrighted works--a move that will drastically cut the number of free music downloads.
The recording industry continues its crackdown on its biggest fear--file-swapping sites. The suit charges that Audiogalaxy has been unable to filter access to copyrighted songs.
Gator, a popular application that fills in Web site passwords and forms, contains a security flaw that puts users' computer files at risk, security experts said. According to a security warning issued this week from Eyeonsecurity.com, the ActiveX plug-in used to download Gator can be manipulated by a malicious programmer to install back-door software, including a Trojan horse virus. The Redwood City, Calif.-based company said it became aware of the security vulnerability this morning and that it plans to issue a patch on its Web site late Friday. Gator, which has been downloaded by more than 10 million people, runs in the backdrop of a Web browser and is often bundled with popular file-sharing programs such as AudioGalaxy. The free software is supported by advertising revenue from its own bundled program, OfferCompanion, which delivers promotions to browsers as consumers surf the Web. --Stefanie Olsen, Special to ZDNet News
Stream your music and playlists from your computer to your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad for free! Audiogalaxy is the simplest way to take...
A little Napster, a dash of Gnutella and you've got Audiogalaxy: A new haunt for music fans who want to share MP3 files. But get in while you can--the file-swapping service has already raised eyebrows at the RIAA.
A little Napster, a dash of Gnutella and you've got Audiogalaxy: a new haunt for music fans who want to share MP3 files. But get in while you can--the file-swapping service has already raised eyebrows at the RIAA.