Subject: Any webmail service without mail / SMS recovery?
I want to create a lot of accounts on a torrenting site, so I need many mails to create these accounts
Knowing the website doesn't accept temporary mails, it's hard to find a webmail provider which doesn't want a SMS / MAIL recovery (even Protonmail wants a recovery mail)
Subject: Android Authority asked it's users whether they mind paying extra for Netflix account sharing, 87% of over 2,700 voters said that they absolutely oppose the idea of Netflix charging more for account and password sharing
Subject: Downloading PAID m3u8 stream (twitcasting)
A lot of tutorials for downloading a free stream but I need a bit of help downloading a paid stream.
This is a live stream (music) on twitcasting but the video will be removed soon. I obtained the m3u8 stream links in dev console but when opening in vlc, I'll get as far as the duration showing but then vlc will promptly stop before a frame plays (my guess was due to authentication requirements). I then tried using a chrome extension to get past the this issue which was able to download a 800 MB file but it fails to play in vlc (I can hear my cpu working VERY hard to do so though). What exactly did I download?
This is a fragmented video file with url schema: https://dl#.twitcasting.tv/tc.vod.v2/v1/streams/string of numbers/hls/v0/string of chars&numbers/media.150.mp4
The media.#.mp4 will have the listed fragments from 1 to 1620 I believe. For all fragments, the url is the exact same other than the # at the end. How can I go about saving this?
Subject: [Android] [Kiwi browser] When i search something on Google and than try to copy link of website it doesn't allow me to copy original link but add some google link before it. I've to open the website to find original link. How to remove google.com/url?sa=blahblah...
Subject: Rip images on this website?
Subject: I'm trying to come off Netflix after the latest price hike, need an equivalent
Subject: Where to view lyrics that aren't available because of DMCA?
Subject: How are you guys loving watching Spiderman: No Way Home for the low low price of only $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video or pay for Starz Streaming Subscription Service for only $74.99 anually?
Subject: Where does DVT upload their torrents?
I'm a huge fan of their torrents. They merge Blu-ray quality videos with only HDR10 files with streaming service Dolby Vision, giving you the best of both worlds.
I've been downloading their torrents since day 1 they popped up on public trackers. I'm assuming they upload to private trackers first where people leak them to open trackers. I'd like to know where they upload their torrents, so I can download them from them directly as opposed from people who leak them.
RIP HDD and wallet, if I ever find out, lol.
Subject: Anyone have experience with E-Readers? I'm looking for a model that supports non-drm book files.
Subject: Look I'm sorry... but how do you pirate Adobe nowadays?
Subject: Keyboard controls aren't working on FMovies/MyCloud anymore?
Subject: Does anyone have a good source for Traditional Chinese subtitles?
Subject: But what is the solution ? ? Lol. Android Authority asked it's users whether they mind paying extra for Netflix account sharing, 87% of over 2,700 voters said that they absolutely oppose the idea of Netflix charging more for account and password sharing
Subject: is jackass forever just now getting a torrent?
Subject: So no love now?
Subject: Absolute beginner worried about viruses
Hello. LSS: I downloaded a video of a live music performance that I want to watch, but I have no idea how computer viruses work and am wondering what the chances are of it messing with my gaming computer.
I don’t know if a video that seems to play normally (on my chromebook) will play fine on my windows 10 pc without idk, causing issues? I have attempted to do some research on this beforehand, even in this very subreddit, but a lot of how this stuff works is still unclear to me.
I know it has something to do with what application I play it through if it does have a virus (I read that VLC media player is good?). I also know that it is extremely unlikely (but also still possible???) for a .mkv file to have a virus (I have ensured to the best of my knowledge that there is no hidden ‘.exe’ after the file name).
So I’m just looking to get informed of the best way to go about determining the integrity of this video file. My computer is newly built and on the expensive side so I’m being extra cautious about it (my chromebook is not so special). Is there any reliable application or program that can scan a video file for this type of thing? Or, is it probably fine and I'm stressing over nothing? I'm not even sure what would happen if it did have a virus lmao.
I can provide specifics about where I found the file if it would help, but I am avoiding saying them for now as I'm not sure if that would be incriminating for the subreddit. I will say that I got a link on one website which required creation of a login, and then that lead me to a different file sharing website where I could watch or download the video (I wanted to download since the stream quality was pretty lackluster).
IK this is super newbie stuff, but I’m trying to learn and nothing (that I’ve found) seems to give a straight answer so far. Apologies if this isn’t the right place to ask this question/if it's been asked before. Computers are confusing but I am here to learn, so any additional info helps. Thank you.
Subject: Where should I search for MacOS games?
Subject: Why is opus so unpopular for music?
Subject: theHunter: Call of the Wild CreamAPI