MasterSeeker - PC Fast File Searcher Vole.cc DocFetcher - Fast PC Document Search 6 Tools For Anonymous Torrenting Options When you are surfing on the web, all your browsing history and activities can be tracked by anyone on the internet. Most of the hackers and others always will be on a look out for vulnerable connections. When you are downloading something from the web, there is a probability for others to know your computers IP address, system information etc., and use this information to launch an attack. To avoid these attacks, you can hide your IP address or fool the hackers with a false IP address. This is done by using the re-routing process such that all your downloads are done using a remote server or by using proxies, this is called “Anonymous Torrenting”. Here in are some of the tools that enable you to do anonymous torrenting easily without revealing any information about your computer. 1) BitBlinder To use this application for free first you need to provide small amount of data. 2) Furk.net Using this service, you can get a direct download link of the file that you want to download. 6) Nodezilla
Find Your Own Private Internet With Freenet PC World – by Alex Wawro Anonymous peer-to-peer communication on the Internet isn’t just a handy tool for privacy enthusiasts; it’s critical for preserving free speech in the digital world. Anonymous file-sharing services like BitTorrent are legion, but their utility is limited—you can share only files—and their reputations are unfairly tarnished by people who use them to share media illegally. Here’s how it works: Freenet is an anonymous peer-to-peer data-sharing network similar to BitTorrent, but with one key difference: All uploaded data is assigned a unique key, sliced up into small, encrypted chunks and scattered across different computers on the network. Instead, when someone wants to access a piece of data—a document or photograph, for example—they “fetch” it from the network using the unique key assigned to that piece of data. Next, head over to the Freenet Project website, and download the Freenet client for your operating system.
Best Free Torrent Search Engines Introduction Used properly, bittorrent is one of the safest ways to transfer content. The torrent file contains metadata (hash) about the files to be shared and the bittorrent client checks content received against this metadata. This article is part of a series of articles on bittorrent here at Gizmo's Freeware. How To Use Torrents This article is about finding the content you want. Public vs Private Torrent Search Sites This article lists public torrent search sites, which do not require registration. Many people prefer private torrent sites for the privacy (only members active on torrent), clean torrents and speed (ratio enforcement ensures a well seeded torrent). If you are interested in a private site take a look at Getting In To Private Torrent Sites. Scam Links, Toolbars and Ads Unfortunately, even the best public torrent search sites have ads, scam links and toolbar downloads. TOOLBAR DOWNLOADS Some sites deceptively put a "Download" button near the "Download Torrent" button. h33t
The Joy of #IFTTT (IfThisThenThat) I sadly can’t remember the one thing I needed to do which made me discover the brilliant IFTTT.com (IfThisThenThat) website, but whatever it is, I am very grateful. This is an incredibly simple yet cleverly-designed website which allows you to make all the standalone webistes you use for daily life (in my case, Twitter, Dropbox, Facebook, Youtube, Pocket, Email, bitly, Posterous, SMS Texts) and helps you to join them together. It does this by making what they call recipes. These are simply instructions which follow their branded name, that IF something occurs (which you specify), THEN do something about it. In a productivity sense, this is fantastic. Here is an example. To do this with IFTTT, simply find a recipe which already does this, or make one up which serves your purpose. My proudest recipe so far is one assisted by @chilledteaching, where I wanted to build up a text document of Twitter links I had favourited. Have a play, and create/share your recipes. Like this: Like Loading...
Sweden: File-Sharing Recognized As A Religion The Church of Kopimism, whose principal tenent is the right to file-share, has been formally recognized as a religious organization in Sweden. The Swedish government agency Kammarkollegiet registered the Church of Kopimism as a religious organization in late December, just before Christmas, the group said in a Wednesday statement. Members of the church applied three times in their more than year-long quest to have the religion formally recognized in Sweden. Sweden is now the first and only country to recognize Kopimism as a religion, the group said. "For the Church of Kopimism, information is holy and copying is a sacrament," it said in a statement. Philosophy student Isak Gerson, spiritual leader and founder of the Church of Kopimism, said being recognized by Sweden is a big step towards removing the stigma around copying. "Hopefully, this is one step towards the day when we can live out our faith without fear of persecution," Gerson said in a statement.