Shareaza 2.5.5.0, [Exe - MultiLang] Client - Opensource [TNT Village]

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Shareaza 2.5.5.0, [Exe - MultiLang] Client - Opensource [TNT Village] (Size: 7.03 MB)
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Shareaza is a peer-to-peer file sharing client running under Microsoft Windows which supports the gnutella, Gnutella2 (G2), eDonkey, BitTorrent, FTP, HTTP and HTTPS network protocols and handles magnet links, ed2k links, and the now deprecated gnutella and Piolet links. It is available in 30 languages.
Shareaza was developed by Michael Stokes until June 1, 2004, and is now maintained by a group of volunteers. On June 1, 2004, Shareaza 2.0 was released, along with the source code, under the GNU General Public License (GPL), making it free software. As of October 2010, Shareaza ranks 12th on the SourceForge all-time download statistics. The latest version, 2.5.5.0, was released on May 29, 2011.
Multi-network
Shareaza can connect to gnutella, G2, eDonkey and BitTorrent. Shareaza hashes its files for all networks, and then distributes those hash values on G2. This allows Shareaza to download one file from several networks at once. When another Shareaza client connected to G2 finds such a file, it is given the hash values for all networks and can search on the other networks with their respective hash values, which increases the number of sources and the download speed of the file. Shareaza also uses its G2 network to find more sources for torrents.
Security filter
The Shareaza client has some basic content filters including a forced child and optional adult pornography filter, and some other optional filters such as a filter for files encumbered with Digital rights management (DRM). Shareaza's security filters can also be extended with user-defined keywords and/or IP addresses. Latest versions of Shareaza allow for the use of regular expressions and filtering by hash. These filters increase the chances of getting the files the user wants and decrease the chance of getting malicious or fake files. The file format used for the filters is an extendable XML schema. The filters are editable inside Shareaza, and can be exported from the application to be shared with others.
Plugins
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Shareaza running in windowed mode with several activated skins. On the picture can be seen a search window, a bandwidth graph, the upload queue window (uper-right corner) and the neighbours window (center), showing 4 gnutella, 3 Gnutella2 and an eD2k server connection.
Shareaza implements a framework for additional plugins. The Shareaza installer ships several plugins. Most of them are used to read and strip off built in metadata from the files being hashed and convert it to an external XML based format, or to decode multimedia files for making a preview for other G2 clients. Some others serve the need of a media player inside Shareaza, and enhancements of that media player. Third party plugins can also be used, for example, Sharemonkey, which will add a link inside Shareaza when downloading or searching copyrighted material from where it can be legally downloaded.
Skins
The client can have almost all parts of the GUI skinned. This includes bars, icons, as well as backgrounds and buttons. In that way, Shareaza can be completely changed with colors, images, new buttons, etc. A basic list of skins is contained in the Shareaza installer package. Other skins can be downloaded in the community forums or found via a search for .sks (Shareaza skin files) in the G2 network. The skins are zip archives, renamed with the extension .sks, containing icons and images, as well as an XML file which binds the images and colors with the GUI.[URL=#cite_note-7][8]
This feature is also used for localization. The language files are XML files, like the normal skins, but not zipped. The XML file contains the translations for a certain part of the program. This enables languages to be easily changed, updated and tested without compiling an entire binary.
Modes
Shareaza contains 3 user modes. The first one is for normal users. This mode is the default mode and provides a clean, trimmed GUI. Users will not be able to heavily change the settings in this mode, but will be able to make use of the most essential functions, like searching and downloading. The second mode is for power users. It provides more access to network and advanced settings, but can also break your connection to the networks. The third mode is the windowed mode. In this mode, users can see different tabs (windows) simultaneously, providing a lot of control about the things happening. This mode also makes it possible to personalize the look of the client to perfectly fit the needs of the respective user.
IRC
Shareaza contains a built-in IRC (chat) client which allows users to communicate with each other. There are channels in several languages for support and help. These channels are located on the P2PChat servers and can also by joined by any normal IRC client or via a Java addon on the Shareaza homapage.
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Client alternativo ad Emule, µTorrent, Azureus
Shareaza è un innovativo client open source sviluppato per condividere, ricercare e scaricare file da più reti contemporaneamente. Disponibile al momento soltanto per Windows, anche se sarebbe nelle intenzioni degli sviluppatori rendere più facile il porting verso altri sistemi operativi, non è probabile che questo avvenga a breve, date le numerose richieste di implementare nuove caratteristiche e il lavoro costante per migliorare il software che impegna gli sviluppatori.
È tuttavia possibile l'utilizzo su Linux tramite Wine.
Shareaza è rilasciato sotto licenza GNU/GPL.
Caratteristiche generali
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Shareaza può connettersi alle reti Gnutella, G2, Ed2k e supportare in modo semplice ma completo il protocollo BitTorrent, oltre che il download da HTTP E FTP. Inoltre può gestire e utilizzare link Magnet, Ed2k, Piolet, Gnutella e BitTorrent. La scelta di quali reti utilizzare è del tutto opzionale, tuttavia il network principale è costituito da Gnutella 2 (G2), un' evoluzione della rete Gnutella originale, creata dallo stesso autore di Shareaza: Michael Stokes.
Caratteristiche per la rete BT
Le funzionalità sono piuttosto semplici se paragonate a quelle più avanzate e complesse di client specifici per BitTorrent, tuttavia Shareaza è in grado di gestire in modo autonomo e completo sia il download che l'upload attraverso la crezione di file .torrent e la conseguente distribuzione di file sulla rete. Quest'ultima caratteristica è possibile attraverso l'integrazione nel client di Torrent Wizard, un semplice programma open source degli stessi autori di Shareaza e con caratteristiche simili a MakeTorrent, ma che in aggiunta permette la creazione di file con un multi-hashing in grado di identificare il file stesso su più reti.
Una delle peculiarità di Shareaza in quanto multinetwork consiste infatti nel download di uno stesso file attingendo dalle fonti di più reti, se il file è presente su queste e vi si è connessi. Caratteristica questa dalle potenzialità notevoli e limitata soprattutto dalla relativamente limitata diffusione di client predisposti per questa funzione.
Difetti
In breve: Shareaza può a volte risultare troppo complicato per chi è a digiuno di reti con differenti caratteristiche utilizzate dai vari client e nello stesso tempo troppo semplice per palati più esigenti e abituati alle funzionalità avanzate di un client specifico. Da entrambi i punti di vista, questo a volte scoraggia o scontenta chi vuole avvicinarvisi.
Sviluppi recenti e situazione del progetto
La recente situazione del sito ufficiale e del relativo forum, andato offline, {con il dominio shareaza.com poi acquisito scorrettamente da una società commerciale che nulla ha a che fare con questo client e che ne distribuisce una versione canaglia (per dettagli sulla vicenda e relativa battaglia legale è possibile consultare il forum del sito ufficiale), ma ricreato su SourceForge dal team originale} non ha fermato lo sviluppo del programma che continua ad evolversi.
Guide e supporto
Guida generale a Shareaza in italiano
Sito ufficiale - Forum ufficiale - Download
X-Ray security filte - Filtro IP specifico per Shareaza
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Compatibility
Shareaza has been tested on all modern versions of the Windows operating system.
Windows 98, Me, NT, Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista/7 - Linux (Wine).
License
This program is distributed under "BSD license" conditions. BSD license is open source license approved by OSI. It can be found on their site.
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Lang: Multi
Name: Shareaza_2.5.5.0_Win32
License: Freeware
Size: 7,03 MB
O.S: Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7 - Linux (Wine).
Autor: Sourceforge.net
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Virus FREE: By Kaspersky
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Oiginal release: http://forum.tntvillage.scambioetico.org/index.php?showtopic=283759
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