“When a client is searching for something, fake servers will return files and sources to files that are actually non-existent, empty or garbage.” Furthermore, files being offered for share by users connected to a fake server will not show up in search results of queries made by other users, effectively starving the network of millions of files. If you have selected Autoconnect only to servers on the static list, add the servers you want to the static list 14.
“Some fake servers deliberately return results with supposedly thousands of sources to prematurely end searches” explains qm2003, “And to make matters worse, those search results contain malware that will infect the system of any client downloading and executing those files.” The problem of connecting to fake servers is actually something built into the standard e Mule installation as the default settings result in the adding of fake servers to the server list. In Update from URL, write any of the URL in point 4 above. Double click on any server We reported on the value of Protocol Obfuscation (Bit Torrent users will be more familiar with the term Protocol Encyption.) and it is of some use to this situation.
Connecting to a bad ed2k server can have some nasty consequences.
Fake servers are also there to misdirect, to cheat, to confuse. And they do a lot of it.” explained qm2003 from e Mule-Project.
If you are absolutely sure that none of the servers you have in your server list is a fake server, you may keep that list. a Mule's default configuration proposes as it is a very well known and verified list of valid servers. You can use too the servers list by using this url to get information about online e Donkey servers) To add that list to your a Mule, just put it on the Networks - e D2k top text bar and click the "blue play button" that bar (see this article for more details).
Note: The above step will not remove the servers you already had in your server list, but simply add the servers in the downloaded list.
e Mule is a free Microsoft Windows-based peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing program, enabling users to download or share software programs, audio files, video files, pictures, word documents and other files.
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