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    Lightbulb Fopnu

    There is a another P2P client called Fopnu developped by the creator of Tixati.
    Check here for more info : https://www.fopnu.com/
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    I gave this a try when I discovered it last year. The interface looked a lot like the WinMX of yore. Not a lot of files shared, but that may have changed since then.
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    Anyone using this now? I checked it out two years ago and it seemed okay, although there weren't many people using it. I'm looking for a traditional P2P program for casual downloading of songs and other small files without having to surf through tons of fakes and spam, like Ares or Gnutella were back in the late 00s.
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    Answering myself. Took some time to try the latest version, and things haven't changed much. The authors claim its hole punching is very effective across firewalls, and my experience confirmed this: I kept getting flooded with UDP traffic even after closing the program, and despite the fact I hadn't forwarded any ports... some may find that feature attractive.
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