Few minute back, I came to know from one of mine community frnd that our labour not go vain about the Kazza. Now, it got stamp from Computer Associates. According to their recently published magzin, CA declared P2P program Kazaa is the No. 1 spyware threat on the Internet. According to them, kazza posed a greater threat than other programs in its top five spyware list because of its widespread popularity. Kazaa claims that its software has been downloaded 214 million times. CA gave Kazaa a high "clot factor," its measure of how much a program slows a machine by adding unnecessary registry entries and directories. However, classifying a popular application like Kazaa as spyware is a delicate matter, and CA admits this creates difficulties in attaching labels. The company said that any other peer-to-peer file exchange programs, such as Blubster, Gnucleus and WinMX, could also degrade network performance and consume storage space because they are bundled with adware or spyware. Adware program Ezula came second in the company's top five, beating Adopt.hotbar.com and GameSpy Arcade.