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Torrent, zbt, newsbin, giganews ...?

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Hi,

I was asked to keep an eye on what s going on on a companies network regarding file sharing via a wifi guest access. Access is fully open. Now before setting up any type of monitor I d need to know more what exists these days for file sharing: torrents I know, but what other things exist at what risk? Torrents I know but what about those newsbins etc.

Please advise.
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usenet (newsgroups)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet_newsgroup

newsbin and giganews are both considered usenet or newsgroups.
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