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First here is some information about P2P
Peer-to-peer (P2P) networks allow individuals to share files with several participants at once.
There are several different operational peer-to-peer networks, each with multiple applications, or clients, allowing access.
Getting the Most Out of P2P Downloading
Be specific; overly general searches can produce too many results.
For example: Instead of "2012," try "2012 DVDRip".
Once you're downloading a Torrent from another user, most P2P clients will give you the option to view all of their shared content. This will enable you to find out more about Torrent.
Most P2P clients have a chat option.
Network chat rooms are a good way to find other users with similar taste, and to see who is online and what Torrents they have to share.
Types of P2P Networks
Peer-to-peer networks come in three flavors. The category classification is based on the network and application.
Also referred to as distributed computing, it combines the idle or unused CPU processing power and/or free disk space of many computers in the network. Collaborative computing is most popular with science and biotech organizations where intense computer processing is required. Examples of distributed computing can be found at GRID.ORG where United Devices is hosting virtual screening for cancer research on the Grid MP platform. This project has evolved into the largest computational chemistry project in history. United Devices has harnessed the power of more than 2,000,000 PCs around the world to generate more than 100 teraflops of power. Most distributed computing networks are created by users volunteering their unused computing resources to contribute to public interest research projects.
One very common form of P2P networking is Instant Messaging (IM) where software applications, such as MSN Messenger or AOL Instant Messenger, for example, allow users to chat via text messages in real-time. While most vendors offer a free version of their IM software others have begun to focus on enterprise versions of IM software as business and corporations have moved towards implementing IM as a standard communications tool for business.
Affinity communities is the group of P2P networks that is based around file-sharing and became widely known and talked about due to the public legal issues surrounding the direct file sharing group, Napster. Affinity Communities are based on users collaborating and searching other user's computers for information and files.
How Peer-to-peer File-sharing Clients Work
Once you have downloaded and installed a P2P client, if you are connected to the Internet you can launch the utility and you are then logged into a central indexing server. This central server indexes all users who are currently online connected to the server. This server does not host any files for downloading. The P2P client will contain an area where you can search for a specific file. The utility queries the index server to find other connected users with the file you are looking for. When a match is found the central server will tell you where to find the requested file. You can then choose a result from the search query and your utility when then attempt to establish a connection with the computer hosting the file you have requested. If a successful connection is made, you will begin downloading the file. Once the file download is complete the connection will be broken.
A second model of P2P clients works in the same way but without a central indexing server. In this scenario the P2P software simply seeks out other Internet users using the same program and informs them of your presence online, building a large network of computers as more users install and use the software.
P2P Security Concerns
One major concern of using P2P architecture in the workplace is, of course, network security. Security concerns stem from the architecture itself. Today we find most blocking and routing handles by a specific server within network, but the P2P architecture has no single fixed server responsible for routing and requests. The first step in securing your P2P network is to adopt a strict usage policy within the workplace. In securing your network against attacks and viruses there are two main strategies where focus is on controlling the network access or the focus is put on controlling the files. A protocol-based approach is where system administrators use a software or hardware solution to watch for and block intrusive network traffic being received through the P2P clients. A second method of protection is a software solution which would provide file surveillance to actively search for files based on their type, their name, their signature or even their content.
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