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This allowed anything users posted to be used without a separate request for permission.
The issue of AIM's security was called into question.
AIM's popularity in the late 1990s and the 2000s led to the "Running Man" becoming a familiar brand on the Internet.
There were several attempts from Microsoft to simultaneously log into their own and AIM's protocol servers.
AOL were not happy about this and started blocking MSN Messenger from being able to access AIM.
The standard protocol that AIM clients used to communicate is called Open System for Communic Ation in Realtime (OSCAR).
Most AOL-produced versions of AIM and popular third party AIM clients use this protocol.