File Sharing & BitTorrents
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A free client derived from eMule with additional features such as file transfers between LowID users. Web site includes screenshots, FAQ, and a support forum.
Open source, cross-platform BitTorrent client. Site includes screenshots, FAQ and community forums.
Open source program for Windows which has its own network derived from Gnutella and which is also able to handle BitTorrent and Shoutcast.
Provides statistics and history of files from the ed2k network.
Decentralized file sharing system for MP3 files featuring resumable and distributed downloading.
The saga of Popcorn Time continues as ‘Netflix for pirates’ returns
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks for the best new movie streaming app on the Internet. Popcorn Time surprised everyone when it launched last month, attracting the attention of thousands of pirates in search of a convenient alternative to torrents. With Popcorn Time, a single download gives you access to hundreds of high-quality streams from the genre of your choosing — the catch: it’s all very ...
‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 Downloads: ‘GoT’ Piracy Is Still Big Business As 100K Share Season Premiere ‘Two Swords’
The “Game of Thrones” season 4 premiere, “Two Swords,” is likely to break more piracy records, after its Season 3 finale became the most-ever shared illegal download. One “Game of Thrones” season 4 torrent -- a protocol that allows a user to download complete files through a shared network or partial files -- has on Monday afternoon more than 128,866 users sharing and downloading the file on ...
Fred Anderson tributes summon his no-limits approach to music
When saxophonist Fred Anderson performed, famously leaning forward a bit, torrents of sound rushed from his horn.