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Shareaza Shared Files

Computer forensics discussion. Please ensure that your post is not better suited to one of the forums below (if it is, please post it there instead!)
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Christ143uk
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Shareaza Shared Files

Post Posted: Jun 16, 16 14:25

Hi All,

My question is regarding Shareaza shared files.

I have a Windows 10 computer which I have tried (and failed) to boot as a VM.

I have pulled the search terms and GUID for Shareaza.

I have also checked the following key where it is set to "0" (not shared)

NTUSER.DAT\Software\Shareaza\Shareaza\Community\ServeFiles

Does this mean that no files will be shared or does this mean the default share location is not shared?

I have checked the library1.dat & library2.dat which contains indicative file names but I can't say for certain if these files are available for sharing.

As I cannot VM this machine does anyone have an insight into anywhere else I can see what files are available for sharing or more details about library.dat files?

Thanks in advance  
 
  

mobileforensicswales
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Re: Shareaza Shared Files

Post Posted: Jun 16, 16 14:57

Have you tried exporting the relevant reg keys, setting files etc. Injecting them into another vm you can boot and observed the settings there?  
 
  

Christ143uk
Member
 

Re: Shareaza Shared Files

Post Posted: Jun 16, 16 15:09

Hi,

No i have not and in all honesty i would not know where to start.

Is this documented anywhere you know?

Thanks  
 
  

Igor_Michailov
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Re: Shareaza Shared Files

Post Posted: Jun 16, 16 17:10

May be Peer Lab (www.kuiper.de/index.php/en/peerlab) is a good solution for your.
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