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  1. Limit: N/A - but slots are normally very limited Membership based community that is near impossible to get into any other way. Guaranteed speeds and support to max your network and most servers. Over 600 torrents posted daily on average! Superior community and staff support with features not found elsewhere. GP has much more to offer than listed here, so you should simply stop by with the code below and check things out for yourself. * Exclusive SSL Tracker and Community * Active Torrents: 150K + * Total Peers: 250K + * Pre-Times comparable to any Top Site GUEST CODE: z7Y3ls2inDQla6d
  2. We got access to our main server, renewed it, and no data loss! I will be trying to transfer over new accounts and torrents uploaded in past couple days, but not sure if it is easily possible. The switch should take affect hopefully by tomorrow
  3. å„ä½HDSkyerï¼Œç”±äºŽæ”»å‡»é¼ è¾ˆæ—¥ç›ŠçŒ–ç—ï¼Œé€ æˆäº†è¿žæ—¥æ¥è®¿é—®å›°éš¾å’Œçº¢ç§çš„问题。为了彻底解决这一åŽé¡¾ä¹‹å¿§ï¼Œæœ¬ç«™å°†äºŽä»Šæ™šè¿›è¡ŒæœåŠ¡å™¨æ•°æ®æ¬è¿ç»´æŠ¤å·¥ä½œã€‚æ¬è¿ç»´æŠ¤æ—¶é—´å¯èƒ½é•¿è¾¾æ•°å°æ—¶ï¼ŒæœŸé—´å¯èƒ½æ— 法正常访问和下载,感谢å„ä½ç†è§£ä¸Žæ”¯æŒï¼ HDSky管ç†ç»„ 2015å¹´3月2æ—¥ We are going to transfer our tracker server to safe rooms in order to against the DDOS attack,please wait for several hours to visit HDSky. Thank you for your understanding and kindness. HDSky Staff 02.03.2015
  4. Donations have been up and we decided to invest the funds towards upgrading the site server. The site will be migrated to the new server in the next couple days. We will keep everyone informed with the progress! Thanks to all the donators!!
  5. To keep this site going, it is vital that we meet 100% of our server costs. We would like to thank anyone in advance who helps us cover these expenses.
  6. BeyondHD will be down for 8 hours max to preform upgrades to our site servers. irc will be up.
  7. Restoration process now underway; Imminent patch will help activate more online features; No update on PS Plus edition. Driveclub servers are "building a steady increase in performance", according to its developer. The performance increases follow a string of connection problems that affected players after the game shipped last week. Evolution Studios, the developer responsible for Driveclub's buggy netcode, has been persistently communicative during its disastrous week of connection problems and server timeouts. But late on Monday, the studio appeared to have turned a corner, claiming that an increasing number of players are now able to access the title. "Continual upgrades to the Driveclub servers are building a steady increase in performance, meaning that we're getting more and more players connected," the studio wrote. As an immediate response to the online problems last week, Evolution closed some of Driveclub's online features and postponed the free PS Plus edition. While there is still no new release date announced for the PS Plus version, the developer said another server update would arrive by Wednesday that would begin the process of switching on more online features. "We are sorry that we don't have more concrete news to share right now, but please be patient. We will have more information for you tomorrow," the studio added. Throughout the past seven days, Driveclub director Paul Rustchynsky has been actively addressing fans on Twitter, explaining that it was the game's buggy netcode that resulted in the server woes. He added that the team has not ruled out compensating those affected by the connection problems. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. Announcement The maintenance for our server starts at 20:00 EDT which is estimated about 12 hours. Sorry for inconvenience. HDWinG Staff
  9. Developer Evolution implements one-in-one-out rule to manage demand. Those who picked up a new copy of Driveclub will not be able to take the game online unless space has been freed up by others logging out. The one-in-one-out policy is a result of the game's servers failing to manage demand just days after going on sale. These connection issues have also delayed the free PlayStation Plus edition of the game. "We're just as frustrated as you about the server performance issues right now," the game's developer, Evolution Studios, wrote on its Facebook page. "We want you to be racing with clubs and having fun playing challenges, not checking Facebook updates from us to see if the servers are updated yet." An abridged version of the PlayStation 4 racing title--which is free to PlayStation Plus subscribers--was scheduled to launch in North America on Tuesday and across Europe on Wednesday, but neither has appeared. The Evolution spokesperson said a further information regarding the problems will be issued later on Thursday. "In case you don't already know, the servers are up and running but they are hitting their performance limits, so they won't accept new connections until one of the current online players frees up their space," the studio explained. "If and when you get online, you should not have any connectivity issues during the remainder of your session. When you finish and disconnect, you'll free up a space for someone else. This is obviously not ideal, especially given that there are a lot of players waiting to connect, but that's how it's working right now." The full, paid-for version of Driveclub was released across October 7 in the US, and on October 10 in the UK. GameSpot's Driveclub review was somewhat disappointed by the game, suggesting it makes no bold advances in the racing genre. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  10. Developer Evolution Studios apologises as servers buckle under demand. A free PlayStation Plus edition of Driveclub has been delayed across the US and Europe, the game's developer has confirmed. An abridged version of the PlayStation 4 racing title--which is free to PlayStation Plus subscribers--was scheduled to unlock in North America on Tuesday and across Europe on Wednesday, but neither appeared. Now, in a new blog published on DriveClub's official Facebook page, the game's director Paul Rustchynsky explained there will be a delay to the free version. Rustchynsky said the delay is necessary because server problems are affecting the game already. "We are seeing a lot of activity and new social behaviours right now, but unfortunately this is pushing the servers to their absolute limits," he wrote. "We are sorry if you are having a hard time getting online as we know many of you are. Please be aware that the game will automatically keep trying to connect you. Once you're online, you should have no further problems during your session." He explained that the game's developer, Evolution Studios, is working on a number of patches to eliminate the problems. "In order to help all Driveclub players who have the game already, we're temporarily holding back the PS Plus Edition and the My Driveclub app to ease the load and traffic to the servers," he added. "This should give players a better chance of connecting to the game servers." The full, paid-for version of Driveclub released across North America on October 7 and in the UK on October 10. GameSpot's Driveclub review was somewhat disappointed by the game, suggesting it makes no bold advances in the racing genre. To add to Evolution Studio's troubles, players have begun to report problems getting online, being shown instead a "Fault With Your Internet Connection" error code. "To our PS Plus fans, we're sorry you're having to wait longer to play, but we want to ensure that when you come on board, you get the best experience possible," Rustchynsky added. "Rest assured, if you've pre-ordered the full game upgrade from the PS Plus Edition, you will still get the full version of Driveclub digitally, and if you can't get online you'll be able to get started offline like everybody else with single player mode as you start your Driveclub tour. "We fully appreciate how frustrating this is for everyone. We want you to get online with your club because racing, challenging and having fun together is what the game is all about. We know that racing with your friends online is what you’ve been waiting for and we are doing everything we can to deliver that experience to you as soon as possible. "Sorry again for the difficult start. We’ll keep you regularly updated on our progress as we work round the clock to improve connectivity." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  11. The makers of The Expendables 3 are still hoping to catch the person who leaked the movie weeks in advance of its official premiere. Movie studio Lionsgate is now collaborating with the owner of file-sharing service Swankshare and hopes that server logs will help to identify the source of the leak. Over the past two months movie studio Lionsgate has rolled out an unprecedented anti-piracy campaign to stop people from sharing leaked copies of The Expendables 3. Aside from dragging six file-sharing sites to court, Lionsgate sent out hundreds of thousands of takedown notices to websites that linked to pirated copies of the leaked movie. While this campaign had some success, the studio has yet to identify who first published the leaked copy online. In a new court request filed at a California federal court Lionsgate states that the weblogs of file-hosting service may provide more details. Swankshare is one of the sites that was targeted in Lionsgate’s lawsuit. Following a preliminary injunction the site’s servers were taken down by its hosting company FDCServers. However, the Expendables makers now want to gain access to the server logs to see who uploaded the leaked copy of the film. “Lions Gate is informed and believes that as the website host for Swankshare, FDCServers is likely to have weblogs and other data evidencing traffic on Swankshare that will be useful to Lions Gate in its investigation of the source of the infringement at issue in this lawsuit,†Lionsgate’s lawyers inform the court. The request suggests that there is reason to believe that Swankshare may have been used by the initial leaker. However, it’s currently unknown whether the movie studio has any concrete leads to proof this or if it’s merely grasping at straws. Lionsgate’s request The court filing also shows that the movie studio has been able to track down the owner of Swankshare, Mr. Lucas Lim. They are currently trying to resolve their dispute, and as part of these discussions Mr. Lim agreed that Lionsgate can access the sites server logs. “Lions Gate and Mr. Lim have discussed whether a resolution of the dispute between them might be possible, and to further those discussions Mr. Lim has stipulated that Lions Gate may seek authority from the Court to serve a subpoena on FDCServers for the production of weblogs and other data evidencing traffic on Swankshare,†they explain. Hosting provider FDCServers is willing to cooperate but requested clarification from the court that it’s permitted to grant access to the servers, as they were ordered to take them offline in the previous injunction. Whether the server logs will indeed expose the initial leaker has yet to be seen, but Lionsgate has clearly not given up the effort to track down the source. Meanwhile, the movie studio continues to stop the distribution of The Expendables 3 via various file-sharing sites. Earlier this week the court approved a request to add and to the injunction as these sites are connected to the owner of Both sites currently remain online but no longer list any copies of Expendables 3.
  12. A Nottingham man, believed to be running a proxy server designed to bypass illegal pirate site blocks has been arrested. The 20-year-old, who hasn't been named, was questioned by detectives from the City of London Police before being released on bail, for allowing access to 36 websites that had been blocked for offering copyright-infringing content. The arrest was part of the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit's (PIPCU) Operation Creative initiative, that sets out to bring down websites providing access to websites offering illegal content downloads. The City of London Police is cracking down on music pirates Head of PIPCU, Detective Chief Inspector Andy Fyfe, said: “This week’s operation highlights how PIPCU, working in partnership with the creative and advertising industries is targeting every aspect of how copyrighting material is illegally being made available to internet users." Other initiatives under Operation Creative include placing pop-up ads on copyright-infringing websites to warn users the sites are under investigation and asking hosting providers to take the sites down. He said PIPCU will come down hard on people who partake in such activities and used this as an example of the severity of piracy. Numerous proxy servers sprang up last year as UK ISPs were served court orders to block illegal file-sharing sites like The Pirate Bay (PirateProxy), Watch32 and zMovies, forcing authorities into a cat-and-mouse game of blocking the workarounds. Kieron Sharp, director general of the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) said stopping those operating the proxy servers is a step in the right direction for copyright owners. "This operation is a major step in tackling those providing such services. FACT will continue to support PIPCU in their enforcement activities,†​he said. Last month, it was announced UK ISPs would be sending out warning letters to serial illegal downloaders as part of the the Voluntary Copyright Alert Programme (VCAP). Culture Secretary Sajid Javid said: “Copyright is one of the foundations the UK economy is built on. Our creative industries contribute £8 million to the UK economy every hour and we must ensure these businesses can protect their investments. “The alert programme shows industry working together to develop solutions to this threat to our creative industries.†
  13. æœåŠ¡å™¨å°†äºŽ2014.9.7日凌晨2点更新 尊敬的会员您们好,在中秋æ¥ä¸´ä¹‹å³ï¼Œæœ¬ç«™å°†äºŽ2014.9.7日进行日常更新,修å¤å·²çŸ¥BUG,预计更新时间为2å°æ—¶ã€‚期间红ç§è¯·ç­‰å¾…æœåŠ¡å™¨æ›´æ–°å®Œæ¯•å³å¯ã€‚å› æ­¤ç»™å„ä½å¸¦æ¥çš„ä¸ä¾¿ 请广大会员è§è°…ï¼ Server will update 2014.9.7 day 2:00 Dear member you are good at Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching that, this site will 2014.9.7 date daily updates, fixes known BUG, is expected to update the time of two hours. Please wait for the server during the red species can be updated. So to give you a general membership inconvenience please forgive me!
  14. With the goal of better protecting user data, the social network buys a company known for just that. Looking to make user data more secure, Facebook announced Thursday that it has acquired secure server technology company PrivateCore. PrivateCore, which was founded in 2012 and is based in Palo Alto, Calif., develops software that authenticates and secures server data. The company's goal is to protect servers from malware, unauthorized access, and malicious hardware devices. This type of software would be useful to Facebook, given that the company runs tens of thousands of servers. The social network has more than 1 billion monthly active users, which means a lot of data that could be vulnerable without the right protections. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a Facebook spokesperson did confirm that the social network plans to add PrivateCore's technology to its server stack."Facebook has done more than any company to connect the world, and we want to use our secure server technology to help make the world's connections more secure," PrivateCore CEO Oded Horovitz said in a statement. "Working together with Facebook, there is a huge opportunity to pursue our joint vision at scale with incredible impact." "PrivateCore and Facebook share a vision of a more connected, secure world," a Facebook spokesperson told CNET. "We plan to deploy PrivateCore's groundbreaking technology into Facebook's server stack to help further our mission to protect the people who use our service."
  15. Dear Members, With our current traffic levels, Our old server faced pretty hard time, resulting in some downtime when the site face a peak traffic, and for some, slowly decreasing server speed. It's very frustrated for you and us. Now, Invite Scene Team are pleased to announce that we have migrated all the files and data to a new dedicated server. This is our first dedicated server and better than ever with few Cores, and plenty of Space for our growing membership .This enable us to improve performance and meet demand now, to users for future growth and to enable us to bring you the better services. Please DO NOT forget to check your data, if any data / account is missing in the new server report us within next 48 hrs. We apologize for any inconvenience but this upgrade is necessary for further growth. As well, We really appreciate your continued support. Regards, Invite Scene Team.
  16. In somewhat of a surprise move, Canadian police have raided a local torrent site and confiscated its server. With around 10,000 members, was a relatively small site. However, any police action against a Canada-based site is likely to cause wider concern since the country is home to countless torrent sites, from the very small to the very large. If one would like to gauge the opinions of the world’s leading entertainment companies on Canadian attitudes towards BitTorrent sites, one only needs to look at this year’s International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) submission to the USTR. “It is hard to avoid the conclusion that Canada remains a magnet for sites whose well-understood raison d’être is to facilitate and enable massive unauthorized downloading of pirated versions of feature films, TV shows, recorded music, entertainment software, and other copyright materials,†the IIPA wrote. These claims are actually the tip of a very large iceberg. It’s indeed true that some large public torrent sites are at least partly hosted on Canadian soil but mildly under the radar are also dozens of private tracker communities, many of which have happily operated from Canada for many, many years. The overall impression is that Canada is one of the safest countries in which to put a file-sharing site, but developments yesterday cast a shadow over that notion. With 10,000 members, (Sparrows) was a reasonably sized private site. Aimed largely at a Swedish audience, Sparvar had enjoyed Canadian hosting on an IP address belonging to Montreal-based Netelligent Hosting Services, a company that has welcomed many similar sites in the past. Sometime in the past 24 hours, however, Sparvar disappeared from the Internet. Soon after a rumor began circulating that Sparvar had been raided by the police. That version of events has now been confirmed by Scandinavian anti-piracy outfit Rights Alliance. Update: Netelligent confirm action against Sparvar’s server, but deny any raid took place. See update below. “Police in Canada have seized a server belonging to the illegal file-sharing service Sparrows was a secret service with some 10 000 registered members. The server was located in Canada, but the activity was directed mainly against Sweden,†the anti-piracy group says. “Behind the complaint stands Rights Alliance which has long been monitoring and documenting this business. The investigation is continuing with a focus on identifying the perpetrators. The seized server will be analyzed.†The action against Sparvar shows that Rights Alliance have long memories. More than two years ago following their action against private site Swepiracy, Rights Alliance warned of further action to come, specifically naming Sparvar as a target. That the group can conduct its work across borders, especially into Canada where it was believed there was a more torrent friendly environment, will come as a surprise to the many other sites hosted there under similar circumstances. Canada has been paying more attention to IP issues in recent years, enacting the Copyright Modernization Act in 2012 and subsequently introducing a bill designed to strengthen IP enforcement. Following these efforts the United States shifted Canada from the Priority Watch List to the standard Watch List in this year’s Special 301 Report. How much further Canada is prepared to go remains to be seen. Update: TorrentFreak has been informed by Netelligent president Mohamed Salamé that the police action against Sparvar was carried out in an orderly cooperative fashion with authorities and was not the product of a raid. “Torrents are not illegal in Canada and so we do not actively shut down such sites. The fact of the matter is we are a torrent friendly provider, and we have many customers who run torrent sites, and probably even more customers who have their own hosting clients who run torrent sites that we’re not even aware of,†Salamé explains. “We also don’t get ‘raids’ as we have a very professional relationship with all agencies on the federal and provincial level to address the issues. And by professional relationship I mean that we do not just give out information or hardware just because they are law agencies. We make sure their requests are legitimate and that they have subpoenas, court orders, or warrants before complying with any of their demands.†A separate source familiar with the case informs TorrentFreak that contrary to claims by Rights Alliance, no hardware was seized. It appears that a server was indeed cloned but that was in response to an official order to preserve data following a request by Swedish and Canadian authorities. Source: TorrentFreak
  17. You might have noticed that we have had quite a few drop outs over the last few days. It has nothing to do with Ddos attacks, but instead we appear to have an issue with the hardware that the site itself runs on. We have contacted the host and are scheduled to have our motherboard replaced over the next few days which will hopefully rectify the problem. So if we are not around for a few hours there should be no cause for alarm.
  18. I installs and configures Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 on servers type OVH/KIMSUFI. You don't must pay ovh/kimsufi for windows licence every month !!!