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does anyone know about ratiomaster?


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dizzyddd

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recently i cannot use my ratiomaster everytime i download it from moofdev i recieve the file
but when i go to run it my comp says runtime error. c:... this application has requested the runtime to terminate in an unusual way. contact the support team? i have had ratiomaster for a while and has never done this before
can anyone help me with this?
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We here at GeeksToGo will not assist you with issues relating to P2P file sharing programs. While many of these programs are-in-and of themselves legal, most things acquired by their use are not. Instead of attempting to differentiate between the legal use of P2P programs and the illegal use thereof, we have decided to stop helping with issues regarding this software. It is also in your best interest to know that many P2P software packages come bundled with spyware/malware/virii and that their use greatly increases the chances of your computer becoming infected. I strongly suggest that you uninstall these programs and refrain from using them at all costs.

also according to the site you mentioned (and a precursory search on the program) it seems like the program itself isn't very legal/ethical

RatioMaster is an application designed for spoofing uploads on BitTorrent trackers. It connects to a tracker and behaves like a normal BitTorrent client, but without actually uploading to / downloading from other peers in the swarm. It reports to the tracker that it's uploading (or downloading or both, it's your choice) at a certain rate, thus making it useful for artificially increasing your ratio on certain sites that track a user's overall ratio (total uploaded/total downloaded).


sounds pretty shady all around...

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