Torrent Search - Search all Torrent Engines from one Site Seedpeer: The worlds greatest bittorrent site Torrent Search Engine - TorrentR.eu Google Torrent Butler, Serving Movie Torrents With Class It isn't often that a new torrent site comes along and actually manages to impress, but Torrent Butler is certainly one worthy of note. The site offers a wide range of movies, presented in a way that's quite refreshing and unique. Born out of frustration with "authorized" movie download sites, Torrent Butler may both frighten and inspire the MPAA's major movie studios. Torrent Butler is one of those sites that is better explained by visiting, rating than describing it. The idea is simple yet innovative, a combination that’s often the key to success. Torrent Butler Fascinated by the project that officially launched this week, TorrentFreak got in touch with the brains behind the site to find out what inspired him to develop it. Being a movie fan nowadays is not easy though, especially outside of the US where most new films are simply unavailable online. “So at some point you’ve just seen them all, or all the good ones for that matter. “With torrents the search experience is pretty bad.
Azureus, now called Vuze : Bittorrent Client BTDigg, The First ‘Trackerless’ Torrent Search Engine The Internet is filled with thousands of BitTorrent sites which all search through databases containing millions of torrent files. Today these sites are joined by a new one - BTDigg. However, unlike more traditional torrent search engines, BTDigg searches through files that are found on BitTorrent's DHT network, which is rather unique. According to the site's founders this is a much needed step to further decentralize BitTorrent. To fully grasp the novelty of the newly launched DHT search engine BTDigg, one needs to have some basic knowledge of how regular BitTorrent search engines work. In short, all search engines search through a database of .torrent files, either uploaded by users of their own site, or pulled from other places on the web. BTDigg does things differently. DHT enables so-called “trackerless torrents”, a feature supported by all major BitTorrent clients. This was also one of the main reasons why BTDigg was launched, the site’s founder told us.
Remote control your torrents with uTorrent's WebUI I used to use uTorrent, and I always thought it was the greatest. (In spite of the fact that their "official" support forum is run by a small group of teens who are VERY hostile to new users, to say the least. You can get banned for simply helping a new user by answering their questions!) However, when I switched all of my systems away from Windows, and went with Ubuntu... I continued to ask the uTorrent people when they were going to come out with a version for Ubuntu. Fortunately, I recently discovered a native Ubuntu program that is FAR FAR BETTER than uTorrent. So, if you use Ubuntu, be sure to go to Applications—>Add/Remove and find Deluge. How to use BitTorrent to send files | Stavros' Stuff Note: If you are new to uTorrent and don’t know how to download files, see this tutorial. Another note: It appears that some users (probably only Azureus) are being asked for a username/password for authentication when opening the torrent. Just clicking “Cancel” on that window seems to work fine. Yet another note: Please don’t post support issues here, this is not the official troubleshooting forum. Support requests here will be ignored/deleted, only post issues about the actual walkthrough. Being a computer engineer, I have a lot of files to transfer. Seeing how everyone these days has a BitTorrent client, I thought “why not use it to send files to people? The tutorial is focused on uTorrent, a popular BitTorrent client, but it’s about the same with other clients. By the way, if you’re going to send something to many people, you could enable “Super seeding” in the torrent creation dialog. That’s about it, post comments here or look at the uTorrent FAQ if you have any questions.
How To Encrypt BitTorrent Traffic · TorrentFreak, torrents and more More and more ISP's are limiting and throttling BitTorrent traffic on their networks. By throttling BitTorrent traffic the speed of BitTorrent downloads decrease, and high speed downloads are out of the question. The list of ISP’s that limit BitTorrent traffic, or plan to do so is growing every day, and according to the BBC, the ‘bandwidth war’ has begun. Are you not sure if your traffic is being throttled Check the list of bad ISP’s. But there is a solution. Tip: Want to download Torrents anonymously? What does encryption Do? The RC4 encryption obfuscates not only the header but the entire stream. Note that RC4 uses more CPU time than the plain encryption or no encryption. How can I do this? This is different for all clients; check the setting for your favorite client below. Azureus 1. 2. 3. note that RC4 uses more CPU time than the plain encryption or no encryption. 5. That’s it, your BitTorrent traffic is encrypted now. Bitcomet 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. Good luck and happy torrenting