Subject: M0nkrus: false trojan positive? More in comments
Subject: If torrenting became fully legal and corporations found a way to make commissions off it, would you still torrent?
Subject: All my mom wants is to watch Yellowstone for free. Can't do that because it's behind a paywall.
Subject: Free hockey?????
Subject: Why is it that some extremely popular, directly purchasable, shows just don't exist in any high quality?
There is a sequel to a specific movie, lets call it Toxin, that is pretty popular, from a major studio, high production value, can be directly purchased on blu-ray, etc and yet I can't find a single decent quality download for it, anywhere. Most of the ones I found have frequency responses so bad I literally don't know if the makers even used the right audio track since it sounds more like papers shuffling in a cramped apartment than movie audio. Is there a reason why its like this? Basically every other show or movie I can even think of watching have high quality downloads, even if they have way smaller audiences. Is there a reason why its like this? Am I just looking in the wrong place? I have very, very, very rarely ever been completely incapable of finding a decent download for something so to have a movie with some pretty large popularity behind it (relative to some of the other things I can find torrents for easily) is extremely strange to me.(real name can be provided, but given the pseudonym you can probably guess what movie it is, I'm just trying to avoid naming it since requests are banned in the rules)
Subject: accidentally installed and ran something from sslsearches.com
basically what title says; i wasnt paying attention and thought i installed the program i wanted and ran it realized the second after; scanned my device with malwarebytes and ran windows defender normally; nothing showed
should i be worried that i accidentally installed a virus or am i fine
Subject: Does anyone sit back and think about how amazing piracy is today?
Downloading most non niche movies, tv shows, music, software, games online has become so quick, safe and efficient. It's pretty cool if you think back to how things were 10+ years ago.
High bitrate media play back with little to no issues on modern hardware. Software and games are typically easy find and install, and safety almost never being an issue if you download from a known group. With bandwidth becoming less stringent, you can own new release movies in the time itd take you to make a coffee. All most people really need to stay safe is a VPN, and a world of free content is available to you in seconds. What a time we live in.
Subject: If I pay for a Mega.nz pro acc will my account then be obviously linked to my CC?
Subject: I need help finding an HD movie
Subject: cracked NESmaker
Subject: Like RARBG? .............................................................
Subject: Quick question about IMAX
I'm sorry if this question is redundant. So I have two versions of Tenet: a big Bluray remux and a "normal" 1080p one but in IMAX. With the IMAX scenes being the way they are in both versions anyway and the fact that I don't have a super fancy home theater setup (for the full DTS effect), I was wondering which version I should keep and what to look out for in future IMAX movie releases. Thanks
Subject: µTorrent not downloading / red arrow
I've been using piratebay and µTorrent for movies for about a year, and have been able to download and run files successfully until about a week ago, when I tried to download Hellraiser. A few files didn't work but it wasn't unusual considering sometimes files just never download, but none worked so I dropped it. Two days ago I tried downloading Halloween II, but the same problem occured, except now the file had a red arrow next to it instead of the usual blue one. Also, every completed file in my torrents library had a red arrow too, but was still playable. Is there any way to fix this? No files are downloading.
Subject: Rockstar's most recent update to L.A. Noire added online-only DRM
Subject: Does anyone know how to download from Baidu?
I can't make an account, this mod I'm trying to download has only 1 reupload to another site, but that download is dead. The only place to download that mod is to go on Baidu. I've tried to make an account but no luck. I've tried those proxy downloader site but no luck either, so I'm at a lost.
Subject: Thought you all would like this sick hat
Subject: Rockstar's horrendous drm, is starting to turn more people towards pirating their games like never before
Gta trilogy definitive edition has online-only drm, that makes the game unplayable without internet connection(the only way to play the originals is to pirate them as well),they recently for absolutely no reason added drm to l.a noire. Gta 4 has always had drm and still to this day having issues because of it,and rd2 also has strong drm as well.Rockstar is making a big mistake because their are plenty of people like me that actually want's to OWN games they pay for which is why i buy from gog whenever i can,because the truth is that now when you buy their games you are only renting them and pirating them actually makes you own them.Rockstar is not the same anymore, and is ran by a bunch of money hungry, disrespectful assholes that screws over their customers that have put trust in them to make a great product, and treat them right.Sorry for the rant, im just pissed off at these anti-consumer actions these corporations are doing these days.
Subject: I wanna make a public torrent of whatever random stuff I have to share. TPB used to be my go-to for that. What would you recommend now?
I don't have any particular content type in mind, because I've shared all sorts of things over the years. I make a torrent when I come across something that's both obscure and worth preserving, or when I've made myself a collection of games/music/video of a sort, and I think others would like it.
So, I was never interested in posting scene stuff or contributing to that. I'm looking for examples of the more casual variety of open trackers, that you think have a chance of being around for the next few years. Thanks!
Subject: Stealing from my isp
Subject: Seeding ratio posts should stay
They are annoying as fuck, I'll give you that but they are also a reminder, an incentive to seed more. It's easy to forget that the whole torrenting is built on the seeders and if the price for that is just them basking in their smug superiority, I say we let them!