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How to Completely Mask & Anonymize Your BitTorrent Traffic Using Anomos A couple times a year, I hear about someone I know receiving that oh-so-scary letter from their ISP telling them to stop torrenting. ISPs will go as far as throttling your bandwidth (without lowering your bill), and sometimes even reporting you to authorities.
You've heard the word "server" thrown around a lot, but usually in the context of web sites or big companies that have a lot of data to store.
At its most basic, Network attached storage, or NAS, is a great way to share files on your local network. But it's also a perfect solution for backing up your computers, streaming media across your home network, or even torrenting files to a central server. If you have an aging computer lying around, you can turn it into a NAS for for free with the open-source FreeNAS operating system. Here's how.
Here’s a quick way to start BitTorrent downloads remotely, if you’re using Dropbox (if you’re not, you can download it here ). First, make sure Dropbox is installed in the computer where you regularly download your torrents, probably your main computer at home. For those not using Dropbox, you can get an account here .
Video content is readily available online for you to download, but the download process isn't always as simple and automated clicking a button on a TiVO or DVR. Fortunately, with a little set up and some help from a few great tools and BitTorrent or Usenet, you can turn your computer into a TiVo-like downloader. Here's how to set them up. Note: This tutorial is going to mention Usenet.
How to Play ISO Games An ISO is an image file that contains the contents of a CD or DVD. Think of it as a virtual disc.... How to Use an ISO File to Play a Game If someone has downloaded a game in ISO format, they can use several programs to open the file and run it. Learn...
PC Games: Cracking the Code Almost every user of the Internet has at some point considered downloading a game online. You usually pay for these games with your credit card or you can pay via any other payment method. However, if you are a keen gamer you will end up spending quite a lot of money on games.If you buy them that is. What is a pc game crack?
I think we're going a bit too far about installing a game on DVD. Have you actually installed a game on a DVD before? goldeagle2005 Finkus Stinkalotus 1,500 posts since Jun 2005
Click to view Earlier this week, a Lifehacker reader caught downloading copyrighted material using BitTorrent told us about the scary warning letter she received from her ISP after a big media company filed a complaint. Fact is, whether you're downloading copyrighted material or not, no one likes to have their activities online monitored. Let's take a look at ways you can protect your downloading and file sharing privacy, and prevent the big media companies and other anti-P2P organizations from spying on your file sharing habits. NOTE: It would be irresponsible to assure you that all of the methods highlighted below are foolproof.
Do you want to know a bit more about PeerBlock? Here's some general info for you to browse through at your own leisure: PeerBlock is fairly simple to use, however there are some advanced options if you like to 'tinker'. Here's a list of the main processes involved in using PeerBlock. Don't worry, you won't need to know all of these to use PeerBlock! For a detailed description of settings, see Settings
Click to view You're a BitTorrent freak, so why should you let a little thing like being away from your home computer stop you from getting your fix? Using the popular, free uTorrent client , you can control your BT downloads from anywhere using a full-featured web interface. With uTorrent's WebUI, you can add, remove, and manage the downloads you've got running at home no matter where you are. Hit the jump and I'll show you how to get it all set up.
While most popular torrent sites are trackers with a more minimalistic search engine, newcomer Take.fm takes a different approach, focusing on the searching, browsing, and community aspect of BitTorrent. Take.fm doesn't host their own tracker; they merely provide an index for users to download and share high quality movie torrents. Everything is verified by the site's members, so instead of wading through a bunch of low-quality torrents on an ugly, overloaded search engine, you get the best experience possible. You can browse movies by genre, latest uploaded, and what's popular, and you get a ton of information on the torrent you're downloading, which is helpful.
A great BitTorrent client is all well and good, but you need a great tracker to get the actual torrent files and stoke the bandwidth burning fire in your client of choice. Here's a rundown of five of the most popular options. A bit of clarification is in order before we share the list of the top five contenders with you. In our call for contenders we asked for you to share your favorite BitTorrent trackers, but we didn't explain the difference between a BitTorrent tracker and a BitTorrent indexer.
Downloading a big file via BitTorrent can take a long time, and you don't want to sit there and watch it all day. Here's how to set up the remote web interface in your favorite torrent client, and monitor those torrents from any remote computer or mobile device. Torrent clients have had remote control built-in for awhile, but it's changed a lot over the years. Now, it's easier to set up and use than ever. Here, we'll show you how to set up remote control features-called the web UI-in both uTorrent. Monitor Your Downloads in uTorrent with uTorrent Remote
uTorrent released a premium version of their BitTorrent client today , with some cool features like automatic virus scanning, video conversion for multiple devices, and the ability to download torrents remotely. It does, however, come with a somewhat hefty $25 price tag. Here's how you can get and automate the best features of uTorrent Plus for free. Automatic Antivirus Scanning If you'd like to automatically scan downloaded torrents for viruses and malware, you can actually do so using uTorrent's built-in "Run a program" feature. We're going to use Microsoft Security Essentials as an example, but you can do this with any antivirus program that has command line switches.