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Leech Attempt

You have attempted to download a file from a direct link... either someone give you this link or a site is linking to our files.

Linking to files hosted on someone else's server is considered as "Stealing Bandwidth". We pay for the traffic on our server,
without having you visit the site and support us. It is only proper netiquette to always link to a site and not to their files
and/or information. Further more, we would like you to have the latest information and most current versions of our files.

Always download from the original site to be sure you are getting the right file. We have no control over files you download
from other sites. They may have been modified and give you more than what you expected. This is one of the ways that
viriuses and malware are spread.


Click here>> MM HamSoft - go to the website where you can download the file.



* Note: If you are trying to download from the MM HamSoft website and continue to have this problem, you most likely have a problem with some setting or over protective security software on your computer.

Please read the information on the Leech Attempt - HELP page
for help with solving the problem.


I have taken the time to make this page so please take the time to read the information.



Leech Attempt, so what does this really mean? First, it does not mean that you have done something wrong. The term actually refers to the action that has taken place.

So what is a Leech? The dictionary describes them as bloodsucking worms. So how does this apply to the computer world?
It is common practice for some webmasters to offer files they don't have stored on their server. What they do is provide links to the file on someone else server. In doing this it looks like they are providing a service, offering files to their users. This works great for the webmaster. He has files for download with the added benefit of not requiring hard drive space or server bandwidth. He can have a website on a free or cheap server and not have to pay for the storage or data usage for the files that are downloaded. A good deal for him but not for the website that is providing the files. The site actually has the files is the one paying, this is called leeching.

We want you to visit our website where you will get the current version and any updated information. Our website is advertiser supported; they make the site possible so we need our users to support them. We run special software to prevent people stealing links and taking the credit for our files. This is also done to protect our users. You should be aware of the potential of getting a virus or some sort of malware when you get filed from a server other than the original provider. Once a file leaves our site, we can no longer be sure that it will stay safe. When you click on links to download from another server you may get more than planned. Always be safe; only download files from the original provider.

Please read the information on the Leech Attempt - HELP page for help with solving the problem.

Click here>> MM HamSoft - go to the website where you can download the file.