For reference, here are some previous articles on CNET about Morpheus:

Stealth P2P network hides inside Kazaa: (April 1, 2002)

A California company has quietly attached its software to millions of downloads of the popular Kazaa file-trading program and plans to remotely "turn on" people's PCs, welding them into a new network of its own.

Morpheus gives Web surfers a detour: (March 19, 2002)

StreamCast Networks, distributor of the popular Morpheus software, is quietly counting the number of times its file swappers visit high-profile shopping sites.


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