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FastTrack is a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol that was used by the Kazaa,[1][2] Grokster,[3] iMesh[4] and Morpheus file sharing programs.[5] FastTrack was the most popular file sharing network in 2003, and used mainly for the exchange of music mp3 files. The network had approximately 2.4 million concurrent users in 2003. It is estimated that the total number of users was greater than that of Napster at its peak. [citation needed]