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  1. Unknown attackers are sabotaging popular TV and movie torrents by flooding swarms with IPv6 peers. The vulnerability, which affects the popular uTorrent client, makes it nearly impossible for torrent users to download files. It's unclear who's orchestrating the attacks but it could be a guerrilla anti-piracy move. Generally speaking, BitTorrent is a highly robust file-sharing protocol that’s not easily disrupted. However, in recent weeks there have been systematic efforts to prevent large groups of people from sharing popular pirated TV-shows and movies. The sabotaging technique tries to make it impossible for downloaders to connect to other people by overwhelming BitTorrent swarms with IPv6 peers. Because of its focus on IPv6, not all users are affected, but those who are sometimes see their download speeds grind to a halt. As a result it can take days to download a file, if at all. In short the process works as follows. The attacker joins a popular torrent swarm with hundreds, if not thousands of IPv6 addresses. These fake peers request data from real downloaders, quickly filling up their request queues. The fake peers never exchange any data but keep the client busy until they are banned, as is shown in the screenshot below. ipv6f The attack has been confirmed to affect the popular client uTorrent. After a few minutes uTorrent does ban the malicious peers, but this makes little difference as the attackers use so many different IP-addresses. Because all the fake peers have filled up the connection slots, real peers can no longer connect. This means that hardly any real data is transferred. “Got unchoke from µTorrent 3.4.3 (12.345.678.9:9999), can’t request immediately because request queue is full†TF was tipped off by the operator of one of the largest torrent trackers, who informed us that this type of attack is rampant. Many people are complaining about slow download speeds or torrents that are stuck. “This new method of peer flooding makes a lot of people think there are issues with torrents. From an anti-piracy point of view it is achieving the purposed effect,†the tracker operator, who prefers to remain anonymous, said. We were able to replicate the effect, which indeed makes downloading nearly impossible. After testing all of the larger BitTorrent clients it appears that only uTorrent and BitTorrent Mainline are vulnerable to the attack. However, together these two clients are used by the majority of all BitTorrent users. We informed BitTorrent Inc, who develop the two clients, about the vulnerability. The company informed us that they are currently looking into the issue and may comment later. Without an immediate fix, the tracker operator is advising affected users to switch to a different client for the time being, or disable IPv6 in Windows, if that’s an option. “People experiencing download slowness – torrents stuck at 0% for more than 10 minutes, in a case where there are seeds available, should immediately switch to a different client or disable IPv6 in Windows,†the tracker operator says. It is unclear who is behind the attacks, but considering the fact that it targets nearly all new TV and movie torrents, it could very well be a novel anti-piracy strategy. In any case, it’s definitely one of the most effective attempts to disrupt BitTorrent downloads in recent years. https://torrentfreak.com/popular-torrents-being-sabotaged-by-ipv6-peer-flood-150619/
  2. Popular torrent site BT-Chat.com has decided to throw in the towel after receiving a hand delivered letter from the MPAA. The Hollywood studios argue that the torrent index is in violation of U.S. law, and accuse its operators of contributory copyright infringement. Over several years the Canada-based torrent index BT-Chat has grown to become one of the most popular among TV and movie fans. The site was founded over a decade ago and has been running without any significant problems since. Starting a few days ago, however, the site’s fortunes turned. Without prior warning or an official explanation the site went offline. Instead of listing the latest torrents, an ominous message appeared with a broken TV signal in the background. “Error 791-the internet is shutdown due to copyright restrictions,†the mysterious message read. Initially is was unclear whether the message hinted at hosting problems or if something more serious was going on. Many of the site’s users hoped for the former but a BT-Chat insider informs TF that the site isn’t coming back anytime soon. The site’s operators have decided to pull the plug after receiving a hand delivered letter from the Canadian MPA, which acts on behalf of its American parent organization the MPAA. In the letter, shown below, Hollywood’s major movie studios demand that the site removes all infringing torrents. “We are writing to demand that you take immediate steps to address the extensive copyright infringement of television programs and motion pictures that is occurring by virtue of the operation of the Internet website www.BT-Chat.com.†The MPAA makes its case by citing U.S. copyright law, and states that linking to unauthorized movies and TV-shows constitutes contributory copyright infringement. Referencing the isoHunt case the movie studios explicitly note that it’s irrelevant whether or not a website actually hosts infringing material. “It makes no difference that your website might not have infringing content on it, or only links to infringing content,†the letter says. The threats from Hollywood have not been taken lightheartedly by the BT-Chat team. While giving up a site that they worked on for more than a decade is not easy, the alternative is even less appealing. In the end thry decided that it would be for the best to shut the site down, instead of facing potential legal action. And so another popular site bites the dust… https://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-threats-shut-down-popular-torrent-site-bt-chat-150529/
  3. Following a complaint from Rights Alliance, a Danish court has ordered ISPs to block 12 pirate sites including KickassTorrents, RARBG and TubePlus. With these blockades rightsholders hope to steer people towards legal content. One of the affected site owners, however, believe it serves as free advertising. For nearly a decade Denmark has been a testbed for pirate site blockades. The first blocks were ordered back in 2006 after music industry group IFPI filed a complaint targeting the Russian MP3 sites AllofMP3 and MP3sparks. Not much later Denmark became the first European country to force an ISP to block access to The Pirate Bay. After some small additions during the years that followed, a Danish Court has now ordered another round of pirate site blocks, the largest one thus far. Following a complaint from the local Rights Alliance (RettighedsAlliancen) group the blocklist was updated with 12 popular torrent, streaming and MP3 download sites. The new domains are free-tv-video-online.me, watchseries.lt ,solarmovie.is, tubeplus.me, mp3vip.org, rarbg.com, extratorrent.cc, isohunt.to, eztv.ch, kickass.to, torrentz.eu and music-bazaar.com. Due to a recent agreement the sites will be blocked by all ISPs, even those not mentioned in the lawsuit. Late last year Rights Alliance and the telecommunications industry signed a Code of Conduct which ensures that blockades are put in place country-wide. Speaking with TF, Rights Alliance head Maria Fredenslund says that their primary goal is to limit piracy through education. For this reason, the blocking page includes links to legal stores and services. “Right Alliance doesn’t merely take an enforcement approach. We want to understand user behavior offer people legal alternatives,†Fredenslund says. “We are quite happy that there are so many people who are looking for online entertainment. Our goal is to steer them in the right direction, instead of simply blocking access,†she adds. For the affected sites there will be a drop in Danish visitors. Interestingly, however, not all site owners are disappointed. TF spoke with the operator of one of the torrent sites on condition of anonymity. He says that these blocking efforts are free advertising and that users can still access the blocked domains through proxies or anonymizing services. “Blocking is the greatest thing that can happen to a site. It is free advertising for your site. People want the things they can’t have,†the operator says. “Whoever is blocking the sites is actually doing us a favor by telling the users that they can’t open the site, thus making the users want to open the site even more.†Rights Alliance sees things differently and points to the results of a test on the effectiveness of blocking efforts. “There are clear signs that our approach works. A recent test revealed that if people were warned that they had attempted to visit an unauthorized site, 84% chose not to continue,†Fredenslund tells us. The test in question was conducted at various Danish schools. Instead of completely blocking access the schools inserted a notification which allowed users to visit legal alternatives or continue to the illegal sites. The majority of the people who saw this notice decided not to visit the page. Whether the result will also translate to people’s non-monitored home connections is not clear. In any case, the new blockades in Denmark are throwing up an extra hurdle. https://torrentfreak.com/popular-torrent-and-streaming-sites-blocked-in-denmark-150327/
  4. The results of a new poll published today in Iceland indicates that the Pirate Party has just become the country's most popular political party. According to the results, almost a quarter of all citizens would vote Pirate today. Speaking with TF, movement founder Rick Falkvinge describes the result as an "extraordinary accomplishment." On January 1, 2006, Rick Falkvinge founded the Swedish and first Pirate Party. The party has survived more than nine turbulent years while provoking heated discussion on copyright reform, privacy and freedom of speech. The party is currently enjoying its second term in the European Parliament and in January 2014 Julia Reda MEP released her draft report for the overhaul of EU copyright. As pointed out by Falkvinge himself, that fact is worthy of a double take. “A Pirate Party representative is writing the European Union’s official evaluation of the copyright monopoly, and listing a set of necessary changes,†he wrote in a TF column. And today brings yet more news which prompts a second look at a surprising headline. According to a poll carried out in Iceland over the past week, the Pirate Party is now the country’s most popular political party. For a party founded locally less than two and a half years ago, that’s an astounding achievement. Run between the 13th and 18th of March by MMR, a company experienced in measuring support for local political parties, the survey places the Pirates ahead of even the most established of political movements. According to Visir, total public support for the Pirate Party is currently riding at 23.9%, that’s up from the 12.8% reported in the last MMR survey. The Pirates have snatched the lead from the Independence Party, who led during the last poll with 25.5% but have now dropped to 23.4%. While that is a slim lead of just 0.5%, it is a lead nonetheless, and the gap between the Pirates and other parties is even more pronounced. The Social Democratic Alliance polled at 15.5% and the Progressive Party now sits at just 11.0%, marginally ahead of the Green Party with 10.8% of the support. Today’s results are an improvement over those reported in a separate survey published last week which put the Pirates in a marginal second place. That prompted cautious excitement from Pirate MP Helgi Hrafn Gunnarsson. “I’m happy to see such a reception, but you also need to keep this in mind. Firstly, it’s not self-evident that this will be the result of the elections and not self-evident that this will go on. It’s important not to become arrogant because of this,†he said. Speaking with TorrentFreak, Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge says the results of the poll are inspiring. “This is an extraordinary accomplishment. Where we had the proof-of-concept in Sweden in 2009, and additional sparks of success in Germany in the following years, I didn’t really anticipate a Pirate Party measuring as its country’s very largest within a decade of founding the first one in 2006,†Falkvinge says “The suddenly-within-reach prospect of actually taking up a prime ministry in the near term shows what you can accomplish when you’re calling out stale policies and governmental backroom shadiness for what they are. It also shows how the net generation just won’t stand for the holier-than-thou attitude that’s still being displayed by an old self-appointed elite toward the young future. “Still, to get to this point requires extraordinary hard work, commitment, and dedication. Far more than just congratulations are in order. The Icelandic Pirate Party is an inspiration for the net generation of the entire world,†Falkvinge concludes. https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-party-becomes-icelands-most-popular-political-party-150319/
  5. Making a list of the world’s most-visited torrent sites has been a long-standing tradition at TF, which we continue today. At the start of 2015 KickassTorrents is pulling in most traffic followed by Torrentz. File-sharing icon The Pirate Bay is currently down, but gets a mention thanks to a popular copy. Most torrent users rarely change their downloading habits or the places where they get their daily torrent dose. This is also reflected in our annual top 10 where most sites have had a consistent listing for more than half a decade. Like every year there are a few movers and shakers though, and the biggest impact was made by the Pirate Bay raid early last month. The notorious torrent site has been crowned the most popular torrent site since 2008, but isn’t serving any torrents at the beginning of this year. As a result, the top spot is now taken by KickassTorrents. The Pirate Bay hasn’t gone away completely though. There are currently several popular clones and copies of the site that together can easily match the traffic of most other sites that are listed. Thanks to one of its top copies TPB managed to secure a spot in 4th place. Considering the situation we decided to mention both the original Pirate Bay domain and the most-used copy. The rest of the top 10 consists of other familiar names. Bitsnoop.com is the only site to drop from the list, with Limetorrents.cc taking its place. Demonoid, which returned online earlier this year, just fell out of the top 10 but appears to be making a slow but steady comeback that’s worth mentioning. There is a good chance that it will return again next year. Below is the full list of the top 10 most-visited torrent sites at the start of the new year. Only public and English language content sites are included. The list is based on various traffic reports and we display the Alexa and U.S. Compete rank for each. In addition, we include last year’s ranking for each of the 10 sites. 1. KICKASSTORRENTS KickassTorrents was founded in 2009 and surpassed The Pirate Bay in traffic this year, even before it went down. Battling various censorship efforts the site has burned through a few different domain names over the years. Most recently it switched to the Somalian Kickass.so address. ALEXA RANK: 151 / COMPETE RANK: 711 / LAST YEAR #2 2. TORRENTZ Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for many years. Unlike the other sites featured in the list Torrentz does not host any torrent files, it merely redirects visitors to other places on the web. The site uses several domain names with .eu being the most popular. ALEXA RANK: 206 / COMPETE RANK: 1.716 / LAST YEAR #3 3. EXTRATORRENT ExtraTorrent continues to gain more traffic and has become one of the most active torrent communities. The site is also the home of the popular ETTV and ETRG release groups. ALEXA RANK: 356 / COMPETE RANK: 3,446 / LAST YEAR #4 4. THE PIRATE BAY (COPIES AND CLONES) At the time of writing The Pirate Bay isn’t serving any torrents. However, there are several copies and clones of the site which, at least temporarily, take its place. OldPiratebay.org is currently the most popular and based on its recent traffic the site is already ranked at least 4th in this list. ALEXA RANK: NA / COMPETE RANK: NA / LAST YEAR #1 5. YTS YTS, also known as the release group “YIFY,†has become the most recognizable movie piracy brands on the Internet. Despite a court court-ordered ISP blockade in the UK the group’s torrent site continues expand. ALEXA RANK: 740 / COMPETE RANK: 4,271 / LAST YEAR #5 6. EZTV TV-torrent distribution group EZTV is a niche site specializing in TV content only. Because of its narrow focus, EZTV’s traffic varies in line with the TV seasons. Despite posting only a few dozen torrents per week it attracts millions of visitors. ALEXA RANK: 1,262 / COMPETE RANK: 5,421 / LAST YEAR #6 7. RARBG RARBG, which started out as a Bulgarian tracker, was last year’s newcomer and continues to rake in more visitors. The site was blocked by UK ISPs last month, which put it on par with most other sites in the top 10. ALEXA RANK: 1,326 / COMPETE RANK: 8,890 / LAST YEAR #10 8. ISOHUNT.TO Isohunt.to was launched in 2013, less than two weeks after isoHunt.com shut down. The site is not affiliated with the old isoHunt but hopes to keep its spirit alive. The same people are also behind Oldpiratebay.org, which is is listed in 4th place. ALEXA RANK: 1,890 / COMPETE RANK: 7,723 / LAST YEAR #8 9. 1337X 1337x is a community driven torrent site. The site’s owners say they launched 1337x to “fill an apparent void where it seemed there was a lack of quality conscience ad free torrent sites with public trackers.†This year the site dropped its .org domain and is now operating from 1337x.to. ALEXA RANK: 2,581 / COMPETE RANK: 11,389 / LAST YEAR #7 10. LIMETORRENTS Limetorrents.cc has been around for several years already, and regained a spot in the top 10 this year. The site appeared in the news this summer after it was sued by LionsGate for posting a link to a leaked copy of The Expendables 3. The case is still ongoing. ALEXA RANK: 2,608 / COMPETE RANK: 3,984 / LAST YEAR #NA Disclaimer: Yes, we know that Alexa isn’t perfect and that Compete has plenty of flaws, but combined both do a pretty good job at comparing sites that operate in a similar niche. http://torrentfreak.com/top-popular-torrent-sites-2015-150104/
  6. Here are the top 15 Most Popular File Sharing Sites as derived from our eBizMBA Rank which is a continually updated average of each website's Alexa Global Traffic Rank, and U.S. Traffic Rank from both Compete and Quantcast."*#*" Denotes an estimate for sites with limited data. 1 | DropBox 179 - eBizMBA Rank | 35,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 114 - Compete Rank | 314 - Quantcast Rank | 110 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 2 | MediaFire 351 - eBizMBA Rank | 22,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 531 - Compete Rank | NA - Quantcast Rank | 171 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 3 | 4Shared 448 - eBizMBA Rank | 21,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 936 - Compete Rank | 239 - Quantcast Rank | 169 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 4 | Google Drive 550 - eBizMBA Rank | 18,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | *100* - Compete Rank | *1,000* - Quantcast Rank | *NA* - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 5 | SkyDrive 600 - eBizMBA Rank | 16,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | *650* - Compete Rank | *550* - Quantcast Rank | *NA* - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 6 | iCloud 984- eBizMBA Rank | 9,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 429 - Compete Rank | *1,536* - Quantcast Rank | 987 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 7 | Box 1,060 - eBizMBA Rank | 6,750,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,274 - Compete Rank | 1,028 - Quantcast Rank | 877 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 8 | Mega 1,303 - eBizMBA Rank | 6,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,936 - Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | 670 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 9 | ZippyShare 1,354 - eBizMBA Rank | 6,250,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,337 - Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | 370 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 10 | Uploaded 1,618 - eBizMBA Rank | 6,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,943 - Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | 292 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 11 | DepositFiles 3,183 - eBizMBA Rank | 4,750,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 4,709 - Compete Rank | *2,913* - Quantcast Rank | 1,927 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 12 | HighTail 3,231 - eBizMBA Rank | 4,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,459 - Compete Rank | *4,297* - Quantcast Rank | 2,938 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 13 | SendSpace 3,272 - eBizMBA Rank | 4,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 5,790 - Compete Rank | 2,551 - Quantcast Rank | 1,474 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 14 | RapidShare 4,651 - eBizMBA Rank | 3,250,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 7,217 - Compete Rank | NA - Quantcast Rank | 2,084 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA 15 | FileCrop.com 10,031 - eBizMBA Rank | 3,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 14,239- Compete Rank | *NA* - Quantcast Rank | 5,823 - Alexa Rank | July 14, 2014. The Most Popular File Sharing Websites | eBizMBA
  7. The Popcorn Time app brought BitTorrent streaming to the masses and despite early setbacks the "Netflix for pirates" appears to be here to stay. One of the most popular Popcorn Time forks currently has millions of users and is downloaded tens of thousands of time a day. The Popcorn Time phenomenon took the Internet by storm earlier this year. The software became the subject of hundreds of news articles by offering P2P streaming in an easy to use Netflix-style interface. Overwhelmed by the response and the legal pressure that came with it the original team quickly retired. However, since the code is open source, many competing forks quickly adopted the project, each taking it in a different direction. The storm calmed down somewhat after a few months, but it appears that the “Netflix for pirates†idea is here to stay. TorrentFreak reached out to one of the most popular Popcorn Time forks at time4popcorn.eu to find out how they are faring. While the developers are hesitant to reveal any hard data about their software’s popularity, they note that they have acquired millions of users over the past several months. On an average day tens of thousands of people download the application, with Sunday being the most popular day by far. The developers further reveal that roughly half of all Popcorn Time downloads are for the Windows platform. The Mac version is in second place with 25%, followed by Android and Linux with 20% and 5% respectively. For the developers this popularity is one of the main reasons to continue innovating through new features. For example, last month they integrated a free VPN so users can hide their IP-address from the rest of the world. “The million of users are the wind in our sails. We tell this to them all the time – they are the reason we’re putting in all the hard we’ve been putting in for the past 3.5 months,†the Time4Popcorn team tells TorrentFreak. “In none of our previous projects did we experience this kind of ‘madness’. This is really what keeps us working around the clock on this project,†they add. This week the Popcorn Time variant released another highly anticipated feature in their latest Alpha release, support for Chromecast. This means that users can now stream films directly to Chromecast with just a simple click. Chromecast support was one of the most requested Popcorn Time features, the developers told us. It’s also directly in line with one of the main goals of the software, which is creating an optimal viewing experience. “The first goal for Popcorn Time is to make the best viewing experience for all our users, and the other is to make the safest watching experience so all our users can fulfill the first goal without getting in trouble,†the Time4Popcorn team says. While Chromecast support is a milestone, the developers mention that there is more exiting news ahead in the not too distant future. “This week’s Alpha release with Chromecast support is nothing compared to what we have coming,†we were told. Stay tuned…