morpheus, kazaa - how to "detect" them on an internal network?

From: MaryAnne (
Date: 05/11/02

From: "MaryAnne" <>
Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 16:02:27 GMT

Can morpheus or kazaa be detected on a Company's internal network using port
scanner, etc.?

Thank you in advance.

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