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Help with Download Managers & P2P Applications


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JW2014UGA

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I'm currently a student attending college at a university that seems to be quite strict in regards to illegal downloading of media. I am using a download manager called 'Orbit Downloader' to download various materials, and I am wondering whether or not this download manager functions as a peer-to-peer application that allows for other users to access and download files from my computer. Also, is there any way that this program would stand out from other "regular" downloading activities if the network I'm connected to is being monitored?

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GTG does not assist in issues with P2P problems except for the removal of the programs pursuant to the Terms Of Use. This thread will be turned over to a Administrator and closed according to the reasons stated above. Please be aware that GTG will help to rid your system of P2P programs if you choose to do so by starting a new topic and asking for assistance. For future information please read the Terms Of Use in the link at the top of forum. The reason we don't support P2P is because of the law and risk of infection possibly caused by the files downloaded. A great many of these files have infections in them and will cause in some cases your system to become unusable.

If you have any questions about the TOU please contact a Moderator or Admin for clarification.
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