#1
So, I just bought Muse's new album today, and I came home to rip it onto my computer, and I noticed a shared playlist called "crunktino" under the "shared playlist" part of my iTunes.

I don't use Limewire, I use uTorrent occasionally, but I just uninstalled it. I also have a wireless router for the laptops around my house (but I use a desktop), and I was wondering if that had anything to do with it.

I unplugged it, resetting my connection and the playlist went away, and it hasn't come back.

My wireless connection is unsecured, so I don't know if that's the cause. I've heard that it's a serious risk not to have a proper password set up.

Help is appreciated.
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#3
In iTunes you can see some other people who are connected on your network.

For example, when I got wireless from my grandma's neighbor, I could see their whole Limewire folder.
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it's your wireless. it might have just auto detected. in my dorm my Itunes picks up about 20-30 shared playlists at any given time.
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In iTunes you can see some other people who are connected on your network.

For example, when I got wireless from my grandma's neighbor, I could see their whole Limewire folder.

I don't really have anyone on my network.
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I don't really have anyone on my network.

You said it yourself, it's unsecured. Anyone could be hacking off it, neighbors usually. It doesn't take a genius to search for networks, click an unsecured one, and use it.
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You said it yourself, it's unsecured. Anyone could be hacking off it, neighbors usually. It doesn't take a genius to search for networks, click an unsecured one, and use it.

I'm trying to figure out how to set it up, but I can't.
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^ if you know, just tell the man. This isn't some sort of soul-searching exercise that he must complete on his path to becoming enlightened or some shit, its telling him how to set up a password geez
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^ if you know, just tell the man. This isn't some sort of soul-searching exercise that he must complete on his path to becoming enlightened or some shit, its telling him how to set up a password geez

Well it all depends on his router, so there's not much we can do aside from telling him to go change some settings. I know our linksys's settings are pretty self explanatory, but if TS wants to know how to do it for his, he's better off finding quality help on google.
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#12
I got it. Thank you guys.
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^ if you know, just tell the man. This isn't some sort of soul-searching exercise that he must complete on his path to becoming enlightened or some shit, its telling him how to set up a password geez



I'm sorry, but don't know how to do it. I was trying to be helpful, not an ass.
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in my dorm my Itunes picks up about 20-30 shared playlists at any given time.
Same here. You can't really turn it off. But it doesn't really harm you either. Still, I'd get a password on your wireless connection, just as a matter of course.