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Users of Windows 10 are prohibited, from downloading files using a protocol and programs BitTorrent
Some sites began to exchange files that use the BitTorrent protocol to prevent Windows 10 users to access the tracking Trackers servers for security reasons as stated some specialized in this field sites.
Trackers and allow servers to communicate between devices using the BitTorrent protocol to access devices that contain the desired file to download very quickly depending on more than one source at the same time.
She said some sites share content pirate that Windows 10 system is reading the user’s hard drive contents and send it to the company’s servers to analyze data without the user’s knowledge. She added that Microsoft cooperated with the company MarkMonitor to find users who download programs and files from the Internet for free.
And I proceeded many servers such as tracking iTS to prevent Windows 10 system of access to its services, while noted groups such as BB and FSC to this security breach by Microsoft said it will take this step at a later time.
And started a lot of technical sites talking about the degree of protection of user privacy in Windows 10, especially after monitoring the changes in the use agreement and privacy EULA that allows Microsoft to turn off any pirated or unlicensed software through automatic update installed for this purpose.
MarkMonitor began cooperation – specialized in the field of the protection of identity on the Internet – with Microsoft for many years, where the Company has transferred all personal fraud and identity theft which is made to Microsoft in order to raise the level of protection in their services.
There are no assurances so far on the veracity of the news, which claims that Microsoft read the hard drive contents and store it in its servers, but the site TorrentFreak confirmed that there is a clause allowing Microsoft to stop pirated games means it arrives certainly to a user’s computer and access to its contents.
It is noteworthy that Microsoft has in 2012 funded a project to eliminate the exchange of files using the BitTorrent protocol due to copyright infringement and the heavy losses suffered by most of the international companies due to upload and share content pirate without a license.Viewing:-146
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