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  1. Tracker's Name: Bettyboop-tk Genre: MOVIES Sign-up: http://bettyboop-tk.biz/account-signup.php Additional information: Bettyboop-tk is a FRENCH Private Torrent Tracker for MOVIES
  2. Tracker's Name: FinVip Genre: MOVIES / TV / GENERAL Sign-up: http://finvip.org/index.php?page=signup Additional information: FinVip is a FINNISH Private Torrent Tracker for MOVIES / TV / GENERAL
  3. Tracker's Name: Twilight Torrents Genre: MOVIES / TV / GENERAL Sign-up: https://twilightsdreams.com/signup.php Additional information: Twilight Torrents is a Private Torrent Tracker for MOVIES / TV / GENERAL
  4. R.I.P Roger Moore Roger Moore, the actor famous for portraying James Bond in seven "007" films between 1973 and 1985, has died after a battle with cancer, according to his family. He was 89. 罗杰·摩尔去世,死因为癌症,享年89岁。他曾出演七部 007 作品(1973-1985)。谨致以真诚的怀念和敬意!
  5. Another of the greats, Roger Moore (14 October 1927 – 23 May 2017) ... may you rest in peace. We have featured a copy of each one of his movies (that we have) for the next week, which you can find below. While it always feels a little strange to promote an act of piracy in these sad circumstances we can't but feel we're honouring his work in our own little way. We encourage you to check it out, such a great Bond, and Cannonball Run I really really enjoyed all that time ago.
  6. Artem Vaulin, the alleged owner of KickassTorrents, has been released from prison on bail. The Ukrainian will be able to await the extradition procedure as a relatively free man. He currently lives in a rented apartment where he was reunited with his wife and young son. Last summer, Polish law enforcement officers arrested Artem Vaulin, the alleged founder of KickassTorrents. Polish authorities acted on a criminal complaint from the US Government, which accused him of criminal copyright infringement and money laundering. Facing severe back problems, Vaulin was transferred to a hospital in December, and he later continued treatment in a Warsaw prison while awaiting progress in his extradition case. After being held in custody for nearly ten months, a breakthrough came last week when Vaulin was released on bail. The Verge reports that bail was set at $108,000 and that the alleged KickassTorrents founder now lives in a rented appartment in Warsaw. Vaulin isn’t allowed to leave the country, but will be enjoying relative freedom, and most importantly, the company of his wife and son. Two days before his release, The Verge’s Greg Sandoval spoke with Vaulin, who couldn’t go into detail on his alleged involvement with KickassTorrents. However, the Ukrainian entrepreneur stressed that he wasn’t looking for trouble. “I’m a businessman. When I start a business I consult lawyers. I was never told that anything I was involved in was against the law,” Vaulin told Sandoval. “I’m not crazy. If someone came to me to tell me the United States was angry with something I do, whatever it was, I would stop,” he added. While life on bail is a great improvement compared to the conditions in prison, the case is not over yet. In March, the Warsaw District Court ruled in first instance that Vaulin can be extradited, but the second instance decision is still pending. Over in the United States, the defense team also has a motion pending. In February, Vaulin’s lawyers urged the Illinois District Court to dismiss the indictment because there’s no proof of actual criminal copyright infringement. Lead counsel Ira Rothken is happy that his client has been released on bail, and he’s confident that they will appear as victors down the road. “We are pleased that the Court freed Artem Vaulin from prison in Poland. This will allow him to better take care of his health, be with his family, and assist in his defense,” Rothken tells TorrentFreak. “We look forward to the US Federal Court ruling on his pending motion to dismiss. If the US indictment is defective then extradition based on the indictment is erroneous – Artem shouldn’t have to leave his family behind,” he adds. The full coverage on The Verge has some additional comments from the alleged KAT founder, which is well worth reading. https://torrentfreak.com/alleged-kickasstorrents-founder-released-on-bail-170523/
  7. Millions of people risk having their devices and systems compromised by malicious subtitles, Check Point researchers revealed today. The threat comes from a previously undocumented vulnerability which affects users of popular streaming software, including Kodi, Popcorn-Time, and VLC. Developers of the applications have already applied fixes or will do so soon. Online streaming is booming, and applications such as Kodi, Popcorn Time and VLC have millions of daily users. Some of these use pirated videos, often in combination with subtitles provided by third-party repositories. While most subtitle makers do no harm, it appears that those with malicious intent can exploit these popular streaming applications to penetrate the devices and systems of these users. Researchers from Check Point, who uncovered the problem, describe the subtitle ‘attack vector’ as the most widespread, easily accessed and zero-resistance vulnerability that has been reported in recent years. “By conducting attacks through subtitles, hackers can take complete control over any device running them. From this point on, the attacker can do whatever he wants with the victim’s machine, whether it is a PC, a smart TV, or a mobile device,” they write. “The potential damage the attacker can inflict is endless, ranging anywhere from stealing sensitive information, installing ransomware, mass Denial of Service attacks, and much more.” In a demonstration video, using Popcorn Time, the researchers show how easy it is to compromise the system of a potential victim. A demo of the subtitles vulnerability XBMC Foundation’s Project lead Martijn Kaijser informs TorrentFreak that the Kodi team is aware of the situation, which they will address soon. “We will release 17.2 which will have the fix this week,” he told us. VLC’s VideoLAN addressed the issue as well, and doesn’t expect that it is still exploitable. “The VLC bug is not exploitable. The first big issue was fixed in 2.2.5. There are 2 other small issues, that will be fixed in 2.2.6,” VideoLAN informed us. The team behind PopcornTime.sh applied a fix several months ago after the researchers approached them, TorrentFreak is informed. The Popcorn Time team trusts their subtitle provider OpenSubtitles but says that it now sanitizes malicious subtitle files, also those that are added by users. The same applies to the Butter project, which is closely related to Popcorn Time. Butter was not contacted by Check Point but their fix is visible in a GitHub commit from February. “None of the Butter Project developers were contacted by the research group. We’d love to have them talk to us if our code is still vulnerable. To the extent of our research it is not, but we’d like the ‘responsible disclosure’ terms to actually mean something,” The Butter project informs TorrentFreak. Finally, another fork Popcorn-Time.to, also informed us that they are not affected by the reported vulnerability. The Check Point researchers expect that other applications may also be affected. They do not disclose any technical details at this point, nor do they state which of the applications successfully addressed the vulnerability. “Some of the issues were already fixed, while others are still under investigation. To allow the developers more time to address the vulnerabilities, we’ve decided not to publish any further technical details at this point,” the researchers state. More updates will be added if more information becomes available. For now, however, people who regularly use subtitle files should remain vigilant. https://torrentfreak.com/malicious-subtitles-threaten-kodi-vlc-and-popcorn-time-users-researchers-warn-170523/
  8. Recent Downtime The staff would like to apologize for the sudden and unannounced bouts of downtime the site experienced recently. We recognize this puts everyone in an uncomfortable position regarding the future of Apollo, especially during our silence when we take a minute to collect our thoughts (and solve issues) before making an announcement. The reason for the downtime was two-fold, as our frontend and backend systems decided to go belly up just days apart from each other. Barring technicalities, this isn't as bad as it sounds. The problem with each system has been verified and we have taken steps to ensure that any site outages continue to be as infrequent as possible. Meanwhile, work with the site is ongoing and any further issues should be fully resolved within the next few weeks. For those wondering or worrying, we are still indefinitely here. These recent issues, as small as they are in the greater scheme of things, can certainly be alarming and we wanted to make sure the worst was behind us before speaking publicly. We have your best interests at heart and will continue to be as transparent and professional as possible in order to lay any current and future doubts to rest. As trite as it may be to "tease" our plans for the future of Apollo, we do have some exciting news coming up that will be of interest to all. An announcement regarding said plans will be posted in a few weeks. In the meantime... relax.
  9. 2017-5-23开放任务系统测试,名额500人,测试期间如果发现BUG请及时上报,如给您带来损失官方有最终解释权。 Translate: 2017-5-23 open task system test, the number of 500 people, if the test period found BUG timely report, such as to bring you the loss of the official have the final interpretation.
  10. KG FUND DRIVE 2017 The KG Server fund drive for 2017 has finished!!! Total Donations as of 20 May 2017: € 2961 / €2961 Many thanks! Note: An error in the announcement was made, this year's total cost is €2961
  11. M-Team Invitation Lottery Round 21 Submitted 14 hours ago by jaimsteekurk M-Team Invitation Lottery Round 21 is open now: Started on: 2017-05-22 00:00 Beijing time (GMT+8) Ending on: 2017-06-01 00:10 Beijing time (GMT+8) Invitation Lottery: 200 spots How to apply: Use email to apply (to the link/address just below)(you must make sure you use a gmail address, nothing else): https://tp.m-team.cc/preregistered.php You will then receive an email confirmation with a query code. Then you wait! Yes, that's right, you wait! You wait until the M-Team Invitation Lottery closes on 2017-06-01 00:10 Beijing time (GMT+8), and after 2 hours from closing time, you can then post your query code (to the link/address just below) to check if you won: https://tp.m-team.cc/preregistered.php?action=query If you're lucky, you will get an invite to signup (and you will have 24 hours only to signup). However, if you get this message: "很抱歉,本次你沒有被抽中", it means that you are "Unlucky, you have not drawn an invitation." Good luck to everyone.
  12. A popular section of Reddit devoted to piracy discussion was shut down last night following a dispute that boiled over into mutiny. After being helped by Reddit's admins, the people now in charge of /r/piracy say that a former moderator went rogue, promoting his own 'fake' websites, while holding threads hostage and censoring critique. For millions of people, Reddit is one of the most popular sources of news online. Arguably, though, the site’s real value lies with its users. Like any community, Reddit user comments can range from the brilliantly informed to the deliberately destructive. But, more often than not, the weight of the crowd tends to get to the truth, sometimes with the help of the site’s moderators. Each section of Reddit (known as a ‘sub-Reddit’), is dedicated to a particular topic and is controlled by a team of moderators. While mileage can vary, moderators tend to do a good job and are often relied upon to settle disputes and hold errant users to the rules. Last night in /r/piracy (a sub-Reddit with close to 100,000 subscribers) one moderator went rogue, which resulted in the sub-Reddit being shut down. According to one of the moderators now in charge of /r/piracy, a now-former moderator by the name of Samewhiterabbits committed a sin by using the sub-Reddit to further his own agenda. ‘Dysgraphical’ says that the problems started when Samewhiterabbits began heavily spamming the ‘sub’ with links to his own streaming website projects. Apparently, this has been going on for some time, with Samewhiterabbits standing accused of launching, promoting and spamming websites that have the same names as existing and/or defunct platforms, but claiming them to be the real deal. “Samewhiterabbits is using r/Piracy as a platform to spam his monetized website forks which he claims as official,” Dysgraphical said in a statement. “This isn’t recent activity but rather his model. He capitalizes from streaming sites that were shutdown and spams his new domain(s) as the new home for the aforementioned streaming site. “This moderator explicitly deletes competing stream sites and uses alternative account(s) to spam his monetized stream sites. It is not only blatant spam, but censorship as well.” After another post appeared promoting ‘popular streaming sites’ that the /r/piracy team as a whole had no hand in, moderators including Dysgraphical and TheWalkingTroll stepped in to sort out the problem. They were met with resistance, with Samewhiterabbit – who still had moderator powers – taking several popular threads ‘hostage’ and stopping the rest of the mod team from ending the wave of misleading spam. “He has held several threads hostage by locking/removing them to censor any critique or mention of his shady wrongdoings. With limited moderation privileges, the most we can do at the moment is delete his threads,” Dysgraphical reported last night. While sorting out the problem, /r/piracy was shutdown or, more accurately, made ‘private’. Then, in order to move forward, the moderators applied for more power (known as ‘permissions’ in forum speak) to remove the errant mod from the team. To achieve that, an application was made to Reddit’s admins (those at the top of the site) who responded extremely quickly to help sort out the mess. “A few of us now have full permissions. Thankfully the admins were rather quick in their response (given they can take several days) and we got this sorted quickly,” Dysgraphical reports. Once that power was in the right hands, justice was served in the manner determined by the rest of the team. A few hours ago, Samewhiterabbits was reported banned from /r/piracy and everything started to get back to normal. While online ‘drama’ like this predates the Internet, this particular situation does highlight the importance of having responsible moderators on any discussion platform. There is often an assumption that these figures are in authority because they can be trusted, but that is not necessarily so. https://torrentfreak.com/reddits-piracy-sub-reddit-reopens-after-mutiny-shutdown-170523/
  13. Tracker's Name: M-Team TP (MTTP) Genre: HD MOVIES / TV / XXX Sign-up: https://tp.m-team.cc/preregistered.php Additional information: M-Team TP (MTTP) is a CHINESE Private Torrent Tracker for HD MOVIES / TV / XXX Applications are open!
  14. Bit-HDTV is opening recruitment to all Freshon Refugees LINK The has been sad news that freshon.tv has announced it will shut down. Accordingly Bit-HDTV is opening applications for all Freshon.tv Refugees. If you have a friend or know somebody who was a member and would like to join our community have them complete the application.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIp … A/viewformStaff