A new hope for BitTorrent?

Just weeks after legal attacks crippled the popular BitTorrent file-swapping community, an underground programmer from its ranks has stepped forward to announce new software designed to withstand future onslaughts from Hollywood. Dubbed Exeem, the software has already been distributed in a closed beta, or early test format, by the creators of the SuprNova.org Web site, which was until late last month the most popular hub for the BitTorrent file-swapping community. Last week, the head of that now-defunct site, a man known as “Sloncek,” officially announced the Exeem project in an interview on the NovaStream Webcasting network. He said that it would be a modified version of the popular BitTorrent technology, but transformed into a decentralised, searchable network similar to Kazaa or eDonkey.
ZDnet Australia, http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/software/0,2000061733,39176312,00.htm

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