Optisoft today announced the launch of Blubster 2.5 in the wake of the latest litigious efforts by the RIAA and MPAA to erode consumer privacy and monopolize control of the P2P entertainment market. As Verizon has been handed a court decision forcing the company to reveal the identity of Internet subscribers accused of music piracy, Blubster has re-launched with a new secure, decentralized, self-assembling network that provides users with private, anonymous accounts.
Blubster's latest update is giant leap ahead of other P2P networks. Version 2.5 takes advantage of a streamlined means of distributing large files to dissociate file transfers from specific users.
The powerful new release empowers users to swap music-only files at extremely high speeds, with multi-sourced and auto-resuming downloads, buddy list, private and channel based chat, voice chat, among other features, in a totally decentralized environment. This advanced, third generation file-sharing program gives both, musicians and fans a powerful and free desktop solution to share files in MP3 and the emerging OGG Vorbis music formats.
Blubster is available for download at www.blubster.com