In this thread, post weird findings you happen to stumble upon on your favorite p2p client. While looking up games and music on soulseek, I came across some funny grindcore.https://anonfiles.com/Lao9LeKdo6/Masturbating_With_Her_Panties_mp3
It's a shame the BitTorrent protocol never implemented any file advertisement or messaging, but I can definitely understand why.It'd be nice if it were standard to host some kind of ncat two-user messaging service on TCP port whatever.
Oh, OBVIOUSLY talk runs on port 517. How silly of me.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_TCP_and_UDP_port_numbers
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Message_Send_ProtocolLook at that. Another standard which simply refused to get off the ground. I still think that hosting a little forking UNIX "talk" server on one port 24/7 would be simple enough to maybe gain traction.
>>3>It's a shame the BitTorrent protocol never implemented any file advertisement or messagingDHT????? You probably disabled it already if you're on a private tracker.