Peer-to-peer file-sharing programs have a bad reputation because of the content they’re often used to download. Is it legit? by Leo A. Notenboom https://askleo.com/20560 #askleo #filesharing Related Posts What Is Peer-to-Peer File Sharing, and Is It Legit? - Peer-to-peer file-sharing programs have a bad reputation because of the content they're often used to download. But the technology is quite legal and useful for legitimate purposes. Turn Off Windows 10 Peer-to-Peer Delivery Optimization - Windows 10 peer-to-peer sharing (or "delivery optimization") is a technology used to make updates quicker and more reliable. Unfortunately, it does come with some risk. How Do I Download a File from a Webpage? - We're often given the opportunity to download a file from the internet, be it pictures, music, ebooks, programs, and more. The assumption is that you know how. If you don't, I'll show you. Why Does My IP Address Have a Bad Reputation? And What Do I Do? - Email reputation for your home IP address probably doesn't matter, and having it characterized as "poor" might even be a good thing.