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Comment: IP-Based Banning on a Dynamic Network? (Score 3, Informative) 429

by dannywoodz (#48112073) Attached to: BitHammer, the BitTorrent Banhammer
Right, so someone comes in, gets an IP address via DHCP, turns on BitTorrent and gets banned 'as long as the program [BitHammer] is running'. Rinse, lather, repeat: now you have no traffic on your network, because all IP addresses in your subnet are on the banlist. Niiiiice.

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