iPodifier is a free application that automatically transcodes and imports TV-shows or other video files to iTunes. It works great in combination with BitTorrent. Download your favorite TV-show overnight, and it will be on your iPod when you wake up. It couldn't be any easier.
Arrr, TorrentPod episode 32, Charlie's back!
In March, TorrentFreak published an article which aimed to answer the question 'Are Private BitTorrent Trackers Safe?' Now, an internet piracy investigator has admitted that his organisation has successfully infiltrated private BitTorrent trackers and is actively collecting information.
In its ongoing war against BitTorrent, Canadian ISP Rogers decided to throttle all encrypted traffic. ISPs and BitTorrent client developers are playing an ongoing cat-and-mouse game, but Rogers really crosses the line here. A very bold move, to say the least, which affects not only BitTorrent users, but everyone who…
Usenet is considered to be the most "private" way to share files. In other words, no MPAA or RIAA watching your back. It is fast, has a lot of content, and it's getting more popular, even though the technology is almost 30 years old. Time for an introduction.
Downloading your favorite TV show is much easier than it was a few years ago with the help of torrent indexing sites and great software. With the arrival of the open source TVShows application, the whole thing just got even easier.
Expert file-sharers are well aware that XP SP2 limits incomplete connection attempts, potentially slowing down transfers. This situation has been addressed with various patches on XP but until now, users of Windows Vista would experience similar problems. Follow this guide to remove the limits and reduce potential bottle-necks.
Sharemonkey is a new application that helps pirates in tracking down and purchasing the items they have downloaded on P2P networks. Sharemonkey has indexed more than 500,000 of the most shared mp3s and over 200,000 movies that are available on P2P networks, and it also works for games and books.