File Sharing & BitTorrents
The most popular multi-P2P file sharing tool, forums & BitTorrents in one searchable Directory. Open-source file-sharing applications, torrent related legal problems for the music industry, open source BitTorrent clients, software and legal information, guides and forums.
Open-source client written in C++, ad-free.
File-Sharing Getting Bad Rap?
"A controversial new study by economists at Harvard and the University of North Carolina has found that file-sharing is not the cause of declining CD sales." [Rolling Stone]
Presents this open source, text based OpenNap client which works on various platforms with extensive documentation. By Peter Selinger.
O'Reilly Network's source for Peer-to-Peer (P2P) developer news and information. Topics include Napster, File-Sharing, Collaboration, Freenet, Gnutella, and P2P applications. Provides essential peer-to-peer articles and resources.
Open source command line client for GNU/Linux. A GUI for the client and a hub program, both in beta stage, are also provided but the project is no longer maintained.
Indexes torrent trackers and provides cross-referenced multi-tracker data. Includes a support forum and a link to their IRC channel.
Open source implementation of Kazaa's protocol. Provides a debian package and an executable plug-in for Windows which works with KCeasy and giFT.
Popcorn Time Lets You Stream Torrent Movies
Too impatient to wait for a torrent to download? Then maybe you should check out Popcorn Time —an app that lets you stream torrents to your computer. Read more...
60 dead in Burundi flood disaster
Bujumbura (Burundi) (AFP) - At least 60 people perished in flooding and landslides in a night of torrential rain in the Burundi capital that swept away hundreds of homes and cut off roads and power, officials said Monday. Police in Bujumbura said the toll was the highest in living memory from a disaster caused by freak weather, with scores of people injured. "The rain that fell in torrents ...
Tor is working on a messaging app that will take privacy to the next level
It’s very difficult to have a discussion about online anonymity without mentioning Tor. Tor is best known for its secure browser, which will allegedly protect your privacy as long as you avoid torrents, browser plugins and document downloads, but now the team wants to expand its services even further. The latest project from Tor is an anonymous instant messenger which will use the open source ...