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Any safe torrent sites that I can use?
its been maybe 4 years since I last used torrent, so i'm not certain how torrents have changed since those years
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>>809553
well one thing haven't changed: the rules of the board. use google and fuck off.
people, please start using report, i'm getting really tired of these idiots.
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>>809619
Calm down bud
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>>809553
use a VPN for torrenting, nothing has changed
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depends on what you are dl and what country you are in, VPN is overkill for most situations
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>>809619

Looks like someone has sand in their vagina.
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>>809553
lawyers and law enforcement certainly stepped up their game in the last 4 years, depends on your country though
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>>809553
rules of torrenting haven't changed
>dont download executable files
>use a vpn/proxy if your local government cares about copyright
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>>809553
First of all, do not use that shitty miner client.
Second, not much has changed honestly. True, as >>809653 said, law enforcement stepped up their game recently, but so did private trackers, seedboxes, etc.
Third. if you are concerned with privacy, I strongly recommend a seedbox over a VPN: you can download files on your computer via SFTP at full speed without throttling issues and seed 24/7, without the need to keep your computer on. That way, you can easily maintain a good ratio.
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>>809553
Use Deluge or qBittorrent. Everything else is for hipsters or grandpas.
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>>809702
>threaten to spam one of the slowest boards on 4chan just to be a cunt
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>>809702
Boy you must be special ed
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>>809702
>[User should be banned for this post]
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>>809699
>qBittorrent
this

Also for movies and shows use Yify and Rarbg
torrenting org is nice, you also have 1337x
Rutracker is cool too, though a bit tricky to navigate

Never hesitate to google for torrents, it's a good way to discover new sites.
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>>809640
>VPN is overkill for most situations
Yeah, its movies you have to be careful with, especially when they have just come out and everybody wants it. I got burned recently when i felt safe torrenting the first Kingsman movie because it is already a few years old. That was just after the sequel, which I didnt know about had hit the theaters and apparently the studio put the first part on the watch list again. Neither the studio nor the fucking lawyer will ever see a cent from me (they wanted over 800€) but the lawyer I had to get wasnt cheap either ... I only got off because other people besides me are using my internet connection so they couldnt prove who actually downloaded the movie. I'd be pretty much fucked otherwise.
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>>809888
What country?
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>>809899
Germany, I bet. I approve to all of this.

t. Germanfag
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>>809899
>>809939
Yes, I'm from Germany.
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sage goes in ALL fields!

This isn't /r/
This is /t/
Go away!

Pic related, it's you op.

sage
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>>809699
this
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>>809553
I used to use TPB a lot, but now I look on Rarbg first.
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Go to the Netherlands. Governmental organizations say they do shit, but they do nothing. They only instill fear.
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>>809553
tparser
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>>809995
>>809939
>>809888
>torrented Dungeons and Dragons 2 (the movie)
>500€
>ifeelurpain.jpg
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>>809939
Fellow Germanfag here, slavic friend got a nice fine of 800€ for torrenting the entire first four season of GoT.

but let's be honest, if you touch that series without a VPN, you kind of deserve it.
Pic-related.
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>>811665
Appropriate punishment for people with no taste.
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crazy website show all torrent you download last 40 days it dont show magnet
https://iknowwhatyoudownload.com
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>>809879
>Yify
Pretty sure the original guy quit and his releases had shit audio anyway. Then again, I haven't touched Yify in 2-3 years. Did it change for the better?
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>>811776
A while back it was pretty choppy, the usual mumbling voices and then ear shattering action sounds. Had to literally sit there with a mouse to roll the sound up and down, one wat that bad I was going from 20 for action sound, up to 60 to hear voices (which made all the background louder) and back again. Axxo was way better.

Now though, it is pretty good. similar sizes and audio is normal again.

Im using it regularly for latest bluray releases.
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>>811776
Original guy from YIFY secretly signed some documents with anti-p2p organizations and quit.
Some other people took over and use the name YIFY/YTS for their own good.

Dunno about their current state of video quality.
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>>809888
Jesus Christ you had to pay a goddamn lawyer so he could tell you that a fucking IP is worthless as far as proof goes? Do you not have law help forums or anything in Germany?
And you don't even need others legit using your connection, just claim you had an unpassworded wifi running or people coming over constantly. And you've never, ever seen that film.
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Come to portugal? To be honest i think the goverment coudnt care less about torrenting. Sometimes a website is closed by an isp and thats about it but you can just use a vpn and still acess it
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>>809619
What's it like to not be fun?
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>>811784
> just claim you had an unpassworded wifi running or people coming over constantly

There is/was a thing called "Störerhaftung", which makes the owner of the IP at that current time (ISPs like to give out that personal information like address, phone numbers ect.) liable for the infringement. So either way, there is no way out. Germany is a real cuck hero when it comes to anti-P2P-lawyers, as they reserve most rights for themselves to gain infinite amounts of money.

The owner of the WiFi pretty much has to secure the WiFi. Unprotected WiFi = the lawyers are in the right. Protected WiFi = prove that more persons than just you used the WiFi at that specific time (lawyers provide timestamps with the unique peer-ID used for the infringing download).

I'm torrenting like a shitbag, got a few of these bills but have changed my ISP since then. Never heard of the lawyers again. Main rule: avoid torrents that are pretty much viral, be careful of what you download on public trackers; use Google and common sense altogether to avoid getting such letters.
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>>811964
>might aswell add that I'm the German/t/ard from >>809939
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Since /t/ doesn't seem to have /sqt/ or /qtddtot/ and this thread already exists...

What's the deal with public trackers?
I have a couple dozen in most torrents. Some are always busy or never respond, so I delete them, then add new ones when I see a new torrent using a tracker not on the list.
I'm guessing that using more trackers makes the torrent more resilient, but what are the downsides? Are there many blatant honeypot trackers?
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>>809699
Just curious, but is there any major difference between Bittorrent and qBittorrent?
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>>809699
>qstalled
Tixati's where it's at.
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>>812005
qBittorrent >>>>>>> BitTorrent
They are two different programs.

>>812264
>muh closed source
>muh public trackers
>muh DHT leaks
Hipster gay shit's where it's at.
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the only time ive gotten shit from torrenting is when cox emailed me about it and told me to fuck off before they cut my connection, i just stopped seeding torrents as soon as they get done downloading and that never happened again. moral of the story, dont seed unless you have a seedbox
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>>811974
i'm always using these because they are online most of the time:
udp://tracker.coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce
udp://public.popcorn-tracker.org:6969/announce
udp://tracker.opentrackr.org:1337/announce
udp://tracker.leechers-paradise.org:6969/announce
udp://tracker.zer0day.to:1337/announce

having a hundred trackers added may make the torrent more resilient, but there is DHT and PEX already. imagine the data sent to hundreds of trackers (of which, most likely, the majority is down and not reachable, so you're pinging some dead domain) just for retrieving the tracker data - this might aswell can be used for seeding.

>>812335
>dont seed unless you have a seedbox
most retarded faggotry people can write

downloading a movie with bittorrent already makes you liable for copyright infringement as you are sharing the movie with other leechers anyway when downloading
bittorrent is no "pure download" system (unless there are literally no other leechers than you), it works tit-for-tat, as leechers are transferring the pieces they have for pieces they need

believing that 'just downloading the torrent but not seeding it' werks against copyright strikes is like believing in 4chan being a place where polite people meet
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>>812346
polite people do meet on 4chan though retard so your analogy is shit.
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>>812346
well it stopped getting me emails from cox and i didnt do anything but stop seeding torrents. so obviously not seeding torrents decreases the odds of getting shit for torrenting.
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I am not sure if I am fucking something up or it's a difference of me running stuff on potato and keeping big file lists.
So, utorrent is bad, right? If I understand correctly, mainly because of ads which were considered malware/used for bitcoin mining in the past (dunno if utorrent is still doing something crappy like that, supposedly they cleaned their act) and because the code isn't public - do tell me if there's something beside that.
So I've tried to migrate elsewhere since quite some time. ITT people suggested Deluge and qBittorent.
Just tried the first one. Had issues with importing my list of torrents from utorrent, but then after finishing it, Deluge got very slow and crappy. I mostly keep things pretty legal, downloading unlicensed here anime/manga (being the filthy weeaboo I am, I know) and whatnot but I need my big list cause I sometimes get several different fansubs for comparison, delete some and keep the torrents to remember to not redownload them and in general, have that big list for the sake of archivization and so I get informed that I already have this or that file when I am updating some subs. uTorrent seems to be far more responsive, with less hang ups when it comes to handling this list of torrents and I miss those features in Deluge.
How better is qBittorent? I'd like to move on to something better and open-source for the sake of safety, but is there a way to somehow important my torrent list into it without it trying to redownload all missing files, overwrite others and generally make a mess like Deluge tried to? I basically need some easy transition tool that'd preserve locations, settings, status of files of uTorrent while also allowing me to manage that big list of them without hang-ups and waiting a solid minute after turning on the client like it unfortunately was in case of Deluge (not that uTorrent is perfect but it's responsive as it loads everything in my list in chunks).
Any help, please?
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>>812350
Glad you jumped on that argumen and thanks for proving my point btw.

>>812351
Keep believing then. Sure the time getting caught is longer when you seed, yet there still is enough time to get caught while downloading anyway. :^)

>>812363
There is no "out of the house" solution for qBittorrent importing torrents from uTorrent. Try this though: https://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php/topic,3224.0.html
A little fiddling and you're fine.

Concerning the performance, Deluge manages to use more resources and fucks up more frequently on my end than qBittorrent does.
Deluge really has a point with their plugins, but imo stability > plugins. Imagine Deluge using 100% of your CPU and 2GB of RAM just for being stuck at loading the one torrent that is in its list.
Meanwhile qBittorrent has its bugs too, but the developers bring out updates for that more often than on Deluge with their bi-yearly (or smth) releases where they don't really fix stuff but add more shit and thus more bugs.
Imo qBittorrent > Deluge, but other people might argue otherwise.
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>>809553
Use Qbittorrent or maybe Deluge (I haven't tried it).
For websites, I like thepiratebay.org , en.metal-tracker.com (for metal music), rutracker.org (mainly music), skytorrents.in
Get a good paid vpn if you want to avoid letters from ISP.
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>>811773
Is this shit safe?
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>>812682
That question doesn't make sense. Safe from what? It just tells you what you did.
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>>811773
Doesn't work for me, shows shitload of crap I never touched and I couldn't find things I actually got myself anytime in the past. I doubt I have dynamic IP, probably just my provided routes all connections through some common point.
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>>812696
Who did it? How does it work? Do they get benefit? Is this FBI? Yeah? Fuck you gov, will you try harder? Am I paranoïd?

Thank in advance for your answer.
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>>809699
>deluge
I'm not touching that buggy piece of shit ever again
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https://tpbrun.win/
its a pretty unknow one but ive been using it for the past 3 years
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BitTorrent Client Transmission Suffers Remote Takeover Vulnerability


https://torrentfreak.com/bittorrent-client-transmission-suffers-remote-takeover-vulnerability-180116/
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>>812923
how is it buggy? i haven't had a problem with it
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>>809672
So that's why my CPU usage has shot through the roof
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use dht crawler sites. They give you only the magnet links.

I use btkitty.com or btku.com but their domain changes often and they do not always appear to be trustworthy, so never without adblock and noscript.

They are quite awesome however as they will find old torrents that had their original torrent files taken down long ago, also no need to visit dozens of sites in the hope that one has the torrent you are looking for.
Since its a chink site they dont care about dmca.

Also for the germans: Try furk.net its a bittorrent proxy which turns torrents into "normal" web downloads. Basically they do the torrenting for you and once the server has finished the torrent you download it like a normal file. Used it back in 2006 in Uni. They are in the Ukraine, no risk here. Costs IIRC 10 bucks a month.
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>>812475
qbittorent is shit, most magnet links are stuck on downloading metadata
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Sooo can downloading any recent copyright Porn (Stuff from Tu$hy, Bang Br0s, Br@zzers) get me in trouble too?
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>>813719
Of course.
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>>813689
no wonder when there are no other peers to transfer the metadata
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>>813881
Is my client shit or the trackers for not connecting me to peers? There are no trackers in this specific torrent, but DHT is enabled.
It's doing the same thing at torrents where are actual working trackers too. It's uploading some torrents but at a very slow rate like 30% of my actual upload speed.
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>>812951
>https://tpbrun.win/
Interesting seeing how all the TB proxys/mirrors went down today. Not sure if it's a CloudFare issue or its really a huge takedown.
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>>811773
>https://iknowwhatyoudownload.com
It found two things I did D/L. But that's the only two things. Damn!
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>>814303
seeds might have abandoned the torrent, leftover from some other peers
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>>814328
No, I mean It's fully downloaded, but I'm still not seeding when there are clearly some leechers in the swarm.
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>>814383
might aswell be fake peers. pretty much every client sometimes picks up a tremendous amount of peers through DHT/PEX. There seems to be a fuckup with these things baka
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>>809553
It's gotten a lot worse here in the last 4 years, sites have been dropping like flies and we don't know if we can trust you anon
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>>809553
Don't use uTorrent. Use qbit torrent. It's ad free and is feature packed.
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>>811964
I now understand why everyone's like
>thepiratebay
>public trackers
Feels great living in an uncucked country, private trackers are only good for localized/local shit. FLACfags and 4/4/4/4 AVIfags can go off themselves.
-t Slav
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>>809553
these sites will show you publicly all that is, just make sure you use a good adblocker and script blocker

http://en.btbit.org/
http://cnbtkitty.com/
http://xiguacili.net/
http://www.bteye.org/ (only if all others fail)


also make sure to load some trackers for seeders since they dont always show up on the dht; i usually use:

udp://public.popcorn-tracker.org:6969/announce

udp://tracker.leechers-paradise.org:6969/announce

udp://tracker.coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce

http://210.244.71.26:6969/announce

udp://62.212.85.66:2710/announce

http://87.248.186.252:8080/announce

http://tracker.opentrackr.org:1337/announce

http://74.82.52.209:6969/announce

http://210.244.71.25:6969/announce

http://46.4.109.148:6969/announce

http://74.82.52.209:6969/announce

udp://182.176.139.129:6969/announce

http://tracker.kuroy.me:5944/announce

udp://5.79.83.193:6969/announce

http://tracker.grepler.com:6969/announce

http://tracker.dler.org:6969/announce

udp://tracker.tiny-vps.com:6969/announce

udp://tracker.internetwarriors.net:1337/announce

udp://151.80.120.114:2710/announce
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>>811665
Download probs 500gb of mainstream TV/Movies a week, in Australia from TPPB, never had a single issue.
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>>815007

http://cnbtkitty.com/ have virus
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>>815217
learn how to use a script blocker
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>>815007
Thanks guy, PB down today all the links i had were down
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>>812270
>DHT Leaks

Would this still be a problem with a VPN?
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>>815384
depends on how it's set up, if it's the exclusive outbound network interface then no, but if only certain protocols use it then yes
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>>815384
read this:
https://forum.tixati.com/support/3621
Different opinions, really. I torrented with Tixati over a VPN, outbound network set to the VPN network adapter only (so if I would lose connection to the VPN, which happens quite often due to me accessing public VPNs like a gypsy, it would kill all connections). Never had any trouble with lawyers, although living in Germany. :^)

Actually I meant to refer to this DHT leak:
https://forum.tixati.com/support/3861


Plus, I had the experience that other clients perform better with higher speeds and HDD usage. Tixati barely reached 10MB/s (sometimes creeping up to the limit, somewhere near the end of the torrent), while qBittorrent and Deluge reached the cap of my connection at 25MB/s.
Gave qBittorrent the huge plus, since it somehow has a better connectivity to the swarm than Deluge.
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>>815384
>>815399
Just... don't port-forward your used port to your router, ok?
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got a warning from my ISP this morning. i usually download older movie but in the past month ive downloaded Ragnarok and the new Blade runner

i gotta resub to my VPN
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>>809640
Yeah, no. My VPN blinked out ONCE while I was seeding and my ISP threatened to cut me off. I'm not even downloading large or popular things, so I don't think it was a lawsuit situation.
At least just do it for the added security
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>>815517
that's why seedboxes are superior, nothing to "blink out"
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>>815517
What country do you live in, Anon? And what exactly do you mean by "blinking"? Was it a mere DNS leak? Remember to always check: dnsleaktest.com
>>815531
Agreed, and to be honest I never, ever understood why anyone would use a dedicated VPN service when seedboxes are literally better in every way. Good providers like whatbox and seedhost even provide openvpn configuration files to use the server as a VPN too, so you pretty much have no disadvantages with respect to a simple VPN.
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>>815593
Torrents don't use DNS, so a DNS leak wouldn't be a problem. Sometimes your VPN disconnects, and if your computer is not set up properly, it will automatically reconnect to the internet without the VPN. It's a problem that's dead easy to prevent on Linux. Windows users may have to use third party software (though I wouldn't torrent on Windows anyway due to all the malware floating around).

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/OpenVPN#Prevent_leaks_if_VPN_goes_down
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>>815627
>Torrents don't use DNS
except they do for contacting trackers
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rapidseedbox is 28 dollars a month, whereas some VPN services are 90 dollars a year. is the extra cash worth it, and how difficult is it to set up for torrenting?
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>>815007
>those links

do you have any link that aren't in moonspeak, or have cheese pizza quick-search terms?
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>>809553
https://www.skytorrents.in/
https://www.limetorrents.cc/
http://1337x.to/
http://rarbg.to/index8.php
https://zooqle.com/
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>>815940
?

the first site provided is in english
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>>809553
tpbclean.info is best
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>>809672
>miner client.
Wait what
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>>815966
>https://torrentfreak.com/utorrent-quietly-installs-riskware-bitcoin-miner-users-report-150306/

long time ago, they should have removed it, but still the trust is gone
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>>815941
godbless
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https://unblocked.sh/
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>>815982
Thanks.
I recall there was some noise about it back then, but I completely forgot the details.
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>>809619
screaming for mods, what a faggot
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OP, either get a VPN or a seedbox. Private trackers will also be your friend.

>>809888
on a similar note, I grabbed Unfriended (a non-popular shit movie about some dumb teenagers) and got a fucking strike for it after grabbing from KAT at least 6 months ago. thank God i'm not in yurop.

t. burger
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mrw I see all the trouble you guys have to go through to use torrents and I'm brazilian
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>>816782
no one cares faggot
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>>816782
yeah, you steal because you're a nigger
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>>816782
>favela
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>>809633
He's fucking right though.
I'm not that guy but:
(1) OP wants to be spoon-fed.
(2) OP has obviously not done even basic research.
(3) OP claims knowledge of torrenting from a mere four years ago, and the nature of the beast hasn't changed, therefore why is he asking utterly basic questions here?
(4) OP has pushed a thread, which may have contained content, off the board in favour of his own dumb-arsed "I'm too stupid to work my own computer" (assuming, desu) and has shat up the board with irrelevant content.
(5) You have defended this absolute, profligate shitcockery.

>>809553
In summary, fuck off back to myspace until you understand why people hit /t/, both of you sorry cunts.

</rant>
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>>813689
You are shit, ignorant kid from the third world.
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>>812923
literally never had or heard of anyone besides you having a problem with it.
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>>811665
I don't feel so bad about living in Brazil anymore.
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>>809553
Usa a VPN
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>>811665
Thanks god I live in Argentina.
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>>811665
thank god in Brazil they don't even fine murders and robbers, in the public university everything is pirated
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>>817479
Hoy resulta que es lo mismo ser derecho que traidor, ignorante, sabio, chorro, generoso, estafador. ... Siglo veinte, cambalache, problemático y febril, el que no llora no mama y el que no afana es un gil. ¡Dale nomás, dale que va, que allá en el horno nos vamo a encontrar!
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thepiratebay.org
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>>817615
Is this safe? I"ve been downloading from here without a VPN using google
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>>817618
no nor is the new kat
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>uTorrent wasa mining shit for a while
ok this is new for me, I didn't updated it in a long ass time before I moved to qBitorrent and uninstalled it, it installed extra programs with it or all that was inside utorrnt itself?
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>>817593
Cállate porfa. Nos haces quedar mal.
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anyone know good sites to download professional software on? trying to find a fairly recent version of The Foundry Nuke compositing software but the only shit on TPB is from 2010
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Any Britbongs in here get hit with torrent fines or anything? I haven't heard about anyone getting done in ages
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>>811773
Heh. Wrong.
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>>811665
Your country sucks for hurting their own at the whims of people who profit their country nothing.
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>>809699
qbittorent disconnects me and everyone on my network from the internet
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>>811776
yes its not the original YIFY we all grew up to love
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>>815941
FAAAACK Skytorrents is dead now.Been the best torrent site I have found in a few years and it is gone now too.
Any other reccomendations anons? RarBG is good for porn but doesn't ever seem to have anything else I am looking for. Going to check out zooqle but I don't have high hopes
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Do I need a VPN if I live in France?
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>>811665
Downloading anything recently released on any major website, especially normie stuff, is a terrible idea and will only serve to get you raped.
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>>811683
>>>811665
>Appropriate punishment for people with no taste.
When you have children you'll see you may have motives to DL shit you wouldn't otherwize for yourself
Not that I'd want to encourage trash media, but if I'm repeatedly told about one by a dear one I have to take a look
Long story story i got a warning email over the hunger games once
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>>809619
You sir, are a giant faggot.
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True Detective Season 1 - Over 200 seeds. Am i safe?
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>>809619
fpbp
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>>819678

Do you need a condom if you fuck a whore?
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>>817479
>Argentina
thats worse
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>>816782
don't you guys still use PS2's?
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>>819634
https://torrentz2.eu/
torrents.me
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>qbittorrent can't remember last save location
>at least 4 tickets on github requesting exactly this same feature
>no, you think you want this but you actually don't, stupid user stop asking for functionality
So, any good alternatives to utorrent?
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>>821037
>So, any good alternatives to utorrent?

Sure, Tixati has All the Features, great queuing control, and is fast IF you can get used to the UI that is nothing like any other torrent client ever.

Like it has the option to put different category torrents in different 'done' directories, but you'd never know it unless you define a category, put a torrent in the category, then right click on the torrent. And you'll think the layout sucks till you customize it.

It's also not updated any more, but stagnant Tixati still does more than qBittorrent or the terminally simple transmission.

YMMV.
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>>820892
did you watch that NHK newsline documentary on it? Apparently hue's still use PS2's and 360's because you can pirate a metric butt fuck ton of games on the 360.
How is torrenting at private unis in the US?
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>>816726
>https://unblocked.sh/
I second this.
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>>821622
>https://unblocked.sh/


But which for pornz?
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Question here.
If you are getting fines for downloading torrents for example in germany.
Can you download these files from file hostings?
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Is it really true that you get fined or arrested for downloading torrent in Europe or USA? I read here all the comments about it and it feels so surreal and weird, I have been using torrent since age 6, here in israel they dont do shit, they dont care, they dont deal with it.
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>>821692
Depends on county.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland,...
I think you are fine, because nobody* cares that you are downloading.

And there is UK, Germany,... there you could have some problems.

I can be wrong, maybe this is controlled by ISP not by goverment.
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>>821692
Croatia here, never had any problems.
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toren
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>>818661
It is not the contry, althou he said slavic friend, in which case i do not know.

In western Europe, the anti-piracy is driven by law-firms hired by specific companies. They'll send out a threat, with an opt-in settlement, A.K.A. fine. You should never pay, you should never respond. The case will never be taken to court, as the scale of proving that you have actually broken the law is incomprehensible and will not justify a few hundreds, or even a couple of thousands €/$. Just because your IP was detected in relations to a "cluster" that relates to a possible pirated unit, does not at all or in any way imply that your guilty of piracy.

If your address was found on a receipt in a bank that was robed, does that directly imply your the robber? No, but if it is by chance the robbers receipt, and the police study it, it might lead to further evidence.

Nobody in western Europe should do anyhing about the threats. Unless they know they have broken a lot of laws in that regard, and maybe are threatened by several companies at once. Maybe in a few peoples cases, the sheer amount of pirating might lead to a court case. But you would know if you're that deep in the mud, and you should just replace the hard drives you own, and fill it up with legal stuff (So the new ones look used)

If you have several HDD for pirated stuff, and things did actually get risky. Replace them all, if your poor, format them the best you can according to what you'll find on google. Then just set up a scheme where one is for OS, one is for steam games, on is for documents, one is for something like that. And just state that you like it organized, thats why you have those many harddrives. Also, you do a clean format every months because windows gets messy quick. (Not that big of a claim, i legitimately do this just because the mess is real.)
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>>817468
you should. it's the worst shithole on earth
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>>821852
learn grammar you cunt
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>>809699
>not using Tixati
are you fags gay or something
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>>821951
>using some MLP client
jokes on you
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utorrent 2.2.1.25302 and nothing else
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>>823150
>2.2.1 build 25302
>not using build 25534
>yet still using outdated proprietary software
my sides
sagin'
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I'm in Canada, am I fucked if I don't use a vpn? And if I use one, which one for free?
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>>811773
Only two things on that list were correct. Wut.
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>>816782
i am from luxembourg. and i never have to worry about that shit either. we dont even have laws for these kind of things
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I'm from Norway and these cases are few and far between. The government is not giving this any priority, it's more about the deep-web and stopping the real illegal stuff like CP, guns, drugs etc.
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>>810449
Still VPN is not a bad option just in case.
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>>811773
Wow Cuhraaazy website guys.
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>>812919
Lucky you, you'll have a strong case against a infringement claim.
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>>823716
>https://iknowwhatyoudownload.com
you forgot your to blur your IP
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>>826328
eh. doesn't really matter
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>>811773
>been torrenting anime all week
>only show that I dl-ed a series of unfortunate events.
pretty good I guess.
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>>821542
Burger here, my uni completely blocks torrents on campus wifi. Apartment wifi doesn't block it though.
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>>809619
MAD AS FUCK
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>>809619
clam down fag
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>>816970
kys
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>>809553
Sage

Fuck off
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>>826990
bump
kys
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>>811964
Fuck! Now I feel good for living in a third world country...
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>>826328
>[HorribleSubs] Kuma Miko - 03 [720p].mkv
I'm more confused than anything about why this one is tracked.
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>>809699
So what's better? Deluge or qBittorrent?
Macfag who's been using a decade old version of uTorrent and is paradoxically a miser, so I don't want to invest in VPN and can't use ones like Tixati.
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>>811773
1/10
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>>827448
I use Deluge and everything is ok.
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>>827968
I switched over to qBittorrent from uTorrent, the only real difference is the downloads are slowed, BUT my laptop doesn't feel like it's about to burst into flames.
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>>811665
is it 'safe' in germany with vpn? or is it not worth the trouble?
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>>828481
as long as the vpn isn't in germany, yeah
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>>828482
as far as i know, most ppl go for one-click hosters instead of torrents, i might be taking a look into torrenting+vpn, ty
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I never use VPN for download torrent
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>>809888
>Beaner
>Mexico has bigger problems than piracy so no one cares
>I can be a pirate freely on the internet and irl if I wanted

Yarg harg my pinches mateys
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>>809619
U mad bro?

OP would rather rely on current information from people in the scene than whatever fagtard info they get from google which may be obsolete. I see no actual problem with this thread, it's not like OP was rude about it.

>>809553
Magnet Links afaik are about the only thing that's changed (may have been big 4 years ago? I don't torrent much lacking a VPN and all).

Far as I can tell (and I could be super wrong here like a dumbass newb), your client stores a list of all the people it's connected to in the past within a pool. When using a magnet link, it connects and asks "Yo, anyone got this shit or know who has it?" and the other clients being bros are like "Sure man, this dude over here has it!" and it networks accordingly. Sort of like how freenet networks via who it is connected with to people who have the stuff. Only apply that to torrents.

It's pretty sweet because it means there is zero need for a centralized server/tracker except to get your first few connections on a fresh install. AFAIK, most of the torrent apps have a central connection to kickstart all of this.Once it starts though, it is fully decentralized. Additional nice aspect is since it doesn't use a centralized server (eg: Pirate Bay) the gov can get all the records of a site but it won't tell them shit about who downloaded the torrent file - because no one did download a .torrent OR connected to their trackers. Thus a couple reasons why all the magnet links here. Hope that helped :)

(beyond that though, like others have said, nothing new)
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>>821626
Look at the end of the page
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>>809553
qbittorrent and the search feature
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Anyone torrent with a smaller ISP? Im considering switching to a local fiber optic ISP in the U.S and curious if a VPN is needed.
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>>812346
>downloading a movie with bittorrent already makes you liable for copyright infringement as you are sharing the movie with other leechers anyway when downloading
>bittorrent is no "pure download" system (unless there are literally no other leechers than you), it works tit-for-tat, as leechers are transferring the pieces they have for pieces they need

What about qbittorrent?
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>>809553
switched from pirate bay to IP torents was sick of getting malware from downloading games, Its safe but you have to seed torents
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>>809619
What a homo. Lmao




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