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With its ability to be used as an attack tool by unscrupulous programmers/developers I would suggest we not support the older clients for any real length of time as to do so defeats the point of rebuilding the client in many respects.
when as we established is not the point at all.
It is facilitating the attacks by passing on traffic, the same as it does for real and proper network traffic.
This is why a consideration needs to be given as to how the attacks are performed
its in black and white for all to see to see that your calling for the old client to be prevented from accessing the new network
The priority should be to have a working client that operates exactly as WinMX does. If it has fixes for the security issues all very well. Once that is up and running then lets worry about limitations and extra features, we are all talking about running before we can even walk.