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The annual list of popular torrent sites features well-known brands, and this year there are some notable additions. The new entrants are a pair of gaming-focused sites; skidrowreloaded.com and igg-games.com.
We have limited the list to English-language torrent sites, which means that sites such as Rutracker.org, Rutor.info, Dytt8.net and Etoland.co.kr are not included, despite the fact that they have substantial traffic numbers.
Below is the full list of the top ten most-visited torrent site domains at the start of the new year. The list is based on various traffic reports. Please note that this list is created as a historical record, to keep track of the popularity of these sites over time.
NYAA.si is a popular resurrection of the anime torrent site NYAA. While there is fierce competition from alternative pirate streaming sites, the torrent portal continues to do well, climbing two positions compared to last year.
Launched a little over four years ago, TorrentGalaxy is a relatively new torrent site. It has a dedicated group of uploaders and an active community. In addition to torrents, TorrentGalaxy also makes some releases available for streaming.
Disclaimer: Proxies and clear copycats are excluded. Please keep in mind that many sites have mirrors or alternative domains, which are often not taken into account here. The yearly list is published as an informational / news resource. The 2022 torrent site list is archived.
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Torrenting can be used to download and distribute any type of file. This includes copyrighted material such as music, movies and TV shows, but also free or public content, and content from companies looking to reduce server costs.
Early file-sharing networks like Napster were also based on peer-to-peer networks, but with significant differences to the now dominant BitTorrent. Using Napster as an example, users would make folders directly available to the network, with any downloader connecting directly to the source and downloading it in its entirety from there.
You can think of trackers as the phone-books of BitTorrent. When a peer downloads a torrent file (or accesses a magnet link, more on this later), part of that file is the URL needed to connect to the tracker (or multiple trackers). A torrent client then takes that URL and sends a message to the tracker, which provides a list of other peers.
Once two peers are connected, they will use the remaining content in the torrent file (namely a hash that represents the file contents) to identify and exchange the pieces of the file that they are missing. This is significant, as it means the information detailing the actual contents of the files is not located within the tracker, but rather within the torrent file itself.
Once a peer has acquired multiple pieces of a file, they can maintain multiple transfer sessions simultaneously, exchanging pieces with multiple other peers at the same time. This is why most torrents start downloading at low speeds, but get faster as more pieces are acquired.
As we mentioned earlier, all the information you need to access the shared data is located within a torrent file. These are created by the original distributor of the data, who then becomes the original seeder when they upload the file to a hosting site such as The Pirate Bay.
Magnet links contain the same information that torrent files do, namely the tracker URL, hashes of the file pieces and the number of pieces. However, instead of being delivered in a file that your torrent client has to open, magnet links open the torrent client and deliver the information directly, much like how regular web links and web browsers function.
As we covered earlier, a torrent tracker is the place where your torrent client goes in order to find a list of peers for any given torrent. These trackers come in two broad categories: private and public.
Private trackers, on the other hand, usually require a login to access, and often necessitate users to spend a certain amount of time seeding files. They do this in order to maintain a certain ratio of uploads to downloads.
With the server-client model, the cost of distribution involves up-front costs and quickly sky-rockets as the number of users increases. With the peer-to-peer model (and especially BitTorrent), the opposite is true. The more users downloading your file, the faster the download is for everyone, and setup and maintenance costs are virtually non-existent.
Even large companies sometimes make use of BitTorrent when distributing large amounts of data to a huge number of customers. For example, online games like MMORPGS (for example World of Warcraft) often utilize the protocol in their downloaders to lessen server-load and costs.
That said, in certain jurisdictions, particularly in the U.S., there is a possibility of direct legal action by the copyright holder. This is by no means common, as there are generally less than 5,000 copyright infringement lawsuits filed yearly across the entire U.S., and the vast majority of these are unrelated to torrenting.
The best defense against this is to use well-established torrent sites and trackers, most of which include some sort of rating or reputation system. These let you pick torrent files that have been verified by other users or come from people with proven track records.
Great explanation, thanks !I am confused as to why torrent is prohibited by ISP but why are there some official sites providing torrents. So if we use a torrent on an official site (like: debian os) does it still break the TOS from the ISP?
This issue can happen if the file that you have downloaded is considered as unsafe due to its poor reputation. The Download Insight feature in your Norton product provides the reputation information of any executable file that you download from the Internet, and takes action based on its trust level. The reputation details indicate whether the downloaded file is safe to run on your computer.
If you want to download a file that you know is safe, but Norton deletes it due to its poor reputation, temporarily turn off the Download Intelligence feature to allow the download. Make sure that the feature is turned back on after you download the file.
As indicated above, the Qualities string can be space-separated numeric Phred scores or an ASCII string of the Phred scores with the ASCII character value = Phred score plus an offset constant used to place the ASCII characters in the printable character range. There are 2 predominant offsets: 33 (0 = !) and 64 (0=@).
"RICOH THETA for Windows®/Mac" version 2.3.4, released on April 27, cannot be installed since May 2. We have replaced version 2.3.4 with version 2.3.3 on the download site.If you have been installed version 2.3.4 successfully, you can use it without problem.
aria2 is a utility for downloading files. The supported protocols areHTTP(S), FTP, SFTP, BitTorrent, and Metalink. aria2 can download afile from multiple sources/protocols and tries to utilize your maximumdownload bandwidth. It supports downloading a file from HTTP(S)/FTP/SFTP and BitTorrent at the same time, while the data downloaded fromHTTP(S)/FTP/SFTP is uploaded to the BitTorrent swarm. Using Metalinkchunk checksums, aria2 automatically validates chunks of data whiledownloading a file.
--max-concurrent-downloads limits the number of itemswhich are downloaded concurrently. --split and--min-split-size affect the number of connectionsinside each item. Imagine that you have an input file (see--input-file option) like this:
Here is 2 download items. aria2 can download these itemsconcurrently if the value more than or equal 2 is given to--max-concurrent-downloads. In each download item, youcan configure the number of connections using --split and/or --min-split-size, etc.
Check file integrity by validating piece hashes or a hash of entirefile. This option has effect only in BitTorrent, Metalink downloadswith checksums or HTTP(S)/FTP downloads with--checksum option. Ifpiece hashes are provided, this option can detect damaged portionsof a file and re-download them. If a hash of entire file isprovided, hash check is only done when file has been alreadydownload. This is determined by file length. If hash check fails,file is re-downloaded from scratch. If both piece hashes and a hashof entire file are provided, only piece hashes are used. Default:false
Continue downloading a partially downloaded file.Use this option to resume a download started by a web browser or anotherprogram which downloads files sequentially from the beginning.Currently this option is only applicable to HTTP(S)/FTP downloads.
The help messages are classified with tags. A tag starts with#. For example, type --help=#http to get the usage for theoptions tagged with #http. If non-tag word is given, print theusage for the options whose name includes that word. AvailableValues: #basic, #advanced, #http, #https, #ftp,#metalink, #bittorrent, #cookie, #hook, #file, #rpc,#checksum, #experimental, #deprecated, #help, #allDefault: #basic 2b1af7f3a8