At first we couldn’t believe that it was real, but after we scanned through the e-mails it became clear that it was indeed the real deal. * Send a list of 5 release names from each torrent team member to Ebert.
We said, with some confidence: Media Defender, a notorious anti piracy gang working for the MPAA, RIAA and several independent media production companies, just launched their very own video upload service called “miivi.com”.
The sole purpose of the site is to trap people into uploading copyrighted material, and bust them for doing so.
* Decoy files are available in torrents MDfile server. It’s impossible to sum up all the juicy details in one post as the amount of information is staggering, so as much as we’d like to tell you about the custom Media Defender software (called Proxy Master) included in the leak, we’ll focus mainly on the Mii Vi case.
Let’s start off with their response to our story about Mii
Use passwords that include numbers, letters, and special characters.
Vary your passwords per site, and change them often.Over 700mb of their own internal emails, dating back over 6 months have been leaked to the internet in what will be a devastating blow to the company.Many are very recent, having September 2007 dates and the majority involve the most senior people in the company.I’m worried about someone interviewing for a position just for the purpose of getting more info to post online.For example, if anyone asks anything about Mii Vi, just reiterate what Randy has said online (it was an internal video project that we probably should have password protected; we were in no way directed to, or working with, the MPAA on that project; NO part of the project was a honeypot designed to trap downloaders).wiki How's mission is to help people learn, and we really hope this article helped you.