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Description: Easy DC Search is a tool that helps to find files in the Direct Connect (DC) file sharing network.
DC client applications, such as DC++, have limited search capabilities, they only search the hubs to which you are manually connected. With Easy DC Search you can search through all hubs in the hublist (well over a thousand hubs) to find files and hubs where they are shared. It is most useful for finding rare files, which cannot be found in majority of hubs.
* Fast multi-threaded search, up to 100 simultaneous connections
* Supports XML.BZ2 format hublists
* DC++ (and other DC client) integration. Connect to hubs by double-clicking on search results
* Search by file type, filter by minimum and/or maximum file size, available free slots
* Uses active mode for more search results
* Auto-refresh hublist on application startup
* Set custom hublist URL
* Set your nickname, share size, UDP port range, search timeout
* Search statistics and progress meter
* Copy any values from search result table to clipboard
aimini P2P software 18.104.22.168 Person to Person, direct connect up in between users, File Direct-Transfer, search and download from shared files, distributing for your business, talks by voice and video
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Suspected File-Sharing 'Hubs' Raided Federal agents yesterday took their first steps to go after individuals who illegally trade copyrighted music and videos over the Internet, seizing computers, software and related equipment at five homes around the country.