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  1. Greetings, You can sign in using your Blutopia credentials now.....but keep in mind its still BETA (WIP). https://redtopia.xyz Best Regards, Staff
  2. Global Freeleech mode activated! Global Double upload mode activated! 30 days, 15 hours, 18 minutes
  3. Global Freeleech mode activated! Global Double upload mode activated! 3 days, 8 hours, 43 minutes
  4. @kell2011 Hi buddy, I would like to apply for this give away. like added.
  5. Google Translation: Freeleech on all torrents Ending Aug 15, 2018
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    Google Translated: Recently, I found that some members have invited through the Taobao salted fish sale site. This site emphasizes that the site does not sell invitations on Taobao or other sites, and the site invitation cannot be used for commercial sale. Once the inviter and all invitees are verified. The account will be cleared and processed. Please pay special attention to the members. If there are any private sales invitations found, such as brushing traffic and other illegal activities, providing evidence to manage the group report, the whistleblower will be rewarded accordingly.
  7. qBittorrent v4.1.2 was released. FEATURE: New options for "inhibit sleep" (Lukas Greib) FEATURE: Add option for regexps in the transferlist search filter's context menu (thalieht) FEATURE: Add async io threads option to AdvancedSettings (tjjh89017) FEATURE: Allow save resume interval to be disabled (Chocobo1) FEATURE: Add checkbox for recursive download dialog (Chocobo1) FEATURE: Add changelog link in program updater (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Avoid allocating large memory when loading a .torrent file (Couchy) BUGFIX: Notify users on 1st time close/minimize to tray (sledgehammer999) BUGFIX: Fix I/O error after fetching magnet metadata (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Never save resume data for already paused torrents (glassez) BUGFIX: Make ProgramUpdater upgrade to 64-bit qbt when running on 64-bit Windows (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Put temporary files in qbt own temp folder (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Avoid potentially setting the wrong piece priorities (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Various code refactorings/improvements (Chocobo1, thalieht, glassez) BUGFIX: Add options "Download in sequential order" and "Download first and last pieces first" in AddNewTorrentDialog (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Download favicon using appropriate protocol (glassez) BUGFIX: Apply proxy settings on DownloadManager creation (glassez) BUGFIX: Improve torrent initialization (glassez) BUGFIX: Save resume data on torrent change events (glassez) BUGFIX: Increase default resume data save interval (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Work around crash when procesing recursive download. Closes #9086 (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Reduce queries to python version (Chocobo1) BUGFIX: Disable certain mouse wheel events in Options dialog (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Send all rechecks in one request (Thomas Piccirello) WEBUI: Add WebUI Force Reannounce option (Thomas Piccirello) WEBUI: Create non-existing path in setLocationAction() (Goshik) WEBUI: Add WebUI support for Mac ⌘ (Command) key (Thomas Piccirello) WEBUI: Show current save path in 'Set location' window (Goshik) WEBUI: Fix WebUI cache behavior for css files (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Send Cache-Control header in WebUI responses (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Add form-action to CSP (Thomas Piccirello) WEBUI: Add upgrade-insecure-requests to CSP when HTTPS is enabled (Thomas Piccirello) WEBUI: Reset WebUI ban counter on login success (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Add logging messages in WebUI login action (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Add option to control CSRF protection (Chocobo1) WEBUI: Add option to control WebUI clickjacking protection (Chocobo1) RSS: Implement "Sequential downloading" feature. Closes #6835 (glassez) RSS: Don't use RSS feed URLs as base for file names. Closes #8399 (glassez) SEARCH: Add a name filter for search results (thalieht) SEARCH: Fix python version detection (Chocobo1) SEARCH: Clear python cache conditionally (Chocobo1) SEARCH: Properly normalize version string before parsing it (hannsen) WINDOWS: Turn on Control Flow Guard for MSVC builds (Chocobo1) MACOS: Replace deprecated function IOPMAssertionCreate() on macOS (Chocobo1) OTHER: Fix CMake build with QtSingleApplication. Fixes #9196 (Eugene Shalygin)
  8. Tracker's Name: PlayBits Genre: Games Sign-up Link: https://playbits.org/account.php Closing date: N/A
  9. Local Sheriff is a browser extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox that reveals to you if sites you visit share or leak personal information with third-parties. The main difference between Local Sheriff and extensions that list trackers on websites is that Local Sheriff may reveal the actual data that gets shared with third-parties. Websites that you visit may share or leak all sorts of personal information with third-party sites that connections get established to on it. Sites you visit may leak personal information unknowingly or knowingly. Personal information may be found in web addresses (URLs), on-page content, or as data entered in web forms. URLs may include names, email addresses, or other personal information. The data may be shared through various automated mechanisms. Examples include through HTTPS Headers when establishing connections, using query parameters, or browser features. Local Sheriff https://cdn.ghacks.net/wp-content/up...al-sheriff.png Local Sheriff is available on the Chrome Web Store and on the project's GitHub page for Chrome and Firefox. The developer notes that it works in the Opera browser as well, and it may also work in other compatible browsers such as Vivaldi. The extension requires permissions to "read and change all of your data on the websites you visit". The developer promises that the extension does not transmit any data over the Internet and that all data that is used for analysis is kept on the local system. Since it is an open source extension, users with the right skills may parse the code to verify that. Here is how Local Sheriff works: Think of Local sheriff as a recon tool in your browser (WebExtension). While you normally browse the internet, Local Sheriff works in the background to empower you in identifying what data points (PII) are being shared / leaked to which all third-parties. The extension monitors network traffic to find information leaks. It monitors the traffic for form information, third-party resources that get loaded, URL leaks, and GET & Post requests. Users of Local Sheriff can visit the control panel the extension provides at any time to enter information to find out if it has been leaked. Just connect as you do normally to any site you visit regularly and add personal information that you don't want shared on the control panel page to find out if it has been leaked. Type email addresses, phone numbers, names, or any other personal information to find out if information is leaked. A basic example is the following: type your email address in the control panel field and fill out a form using that email address on sites, for instance when you leave a comment or sign-up for an account. https://cdn.ghacks.net/wp-content/up...tion-leaks.png Local Sheriff reveals to you if the data was shared with third-parties when you submit the form. The developer notes that the use of content blockers, uBlock Origin and others, may block some information leaks automatically. Extensions like Privacy Badger, Privacy Possum, or Facebook Container for Firefox, may protect against some leaks automatically. Leak information is displayed by the extension as a summary once hits are found (leaked to xx third-party domains, owned by yy different companies, courtesy of zz websites). Each company that the entered information was leaked to is listed as well as the website. The list fills up as you use the browser like you normally would. While you may get a single site listed in the beginning you may end up with a lot of sites and even more companies that the information was leaked to after a while. The extension displays detailed logs on the page as well. Detailed logs list all server connections made to each company information was shared with; useful to block connections or plug leaks if content blockers did not block the connections automatically. Not all sites that are found to leak information do so willingly. Many webmasters are probably unaware of the fact considering that the leaking happens automatically on connect. The developer of Local Sheriff has big plans for the extension. Planned features include an option to clear the data on the disk to start anew, automatically notify users when form data is shared, use additional data sources, add HAR support, and display third-party trackers that can track users across the web. Closing Words and verdict Local Sheriff is a well designed privacy extension for Firefox, Chrome, and compatible browsers. The current version of the extension requires that you check personal information manually against potential leaks by sites you visited which can be time consuming if you need to check multiple data sets. Planned features to automate the process will improve the extensions usability significantly for users.
  10. Google Translation: Freeleech! Download does not count! That's thanks to u*****! Freeleech acts on EET (GMT + 3) until: 2018-08-14 02:00:00
  11. Server in maintainance
  12. Lauren Cohan says her upcoming exit from AMC's The Walking Dead won't result in her character, Maggie Rhee, dying. Without getting into too many specifics, Cohan teased her character's unique fate, and her possible future with the show. The actress, along with series lead Andrew Lincoln, is set to depart during season 9. Fans of The Walking Dead were nervous when Cohan took longer than her co-stars when renegotiating her season 9 contract. Despite her describing the contract dispute as "standard business practice," viewers were anxious that the disagreement meant less of Maggie in the coming seasons. And they were right. Cohan is only set to appear in six episodes in the first half of the season, and will then leave the series in favor of her new ABC show Whiskey Cavalier. Cohan revealed the new details concerning to exit during an interview with GameSpot. Surprisingly, Cohan revealed that Maggie will not be killed off in Season 9, as most fans believed she would be. According to Cohan, her character's fate will be left open-ended. Cohan didn't go into specifics as to how Maggie would leave the series without being killed off. She did compare the open-ended exit to her own time on the show, believing it was the most respectful way to do justice to her experience on The Walking Dead, as it'll always be with her. "It never leaves me. It will never, ever leave me," she said. Interestingly, Lincoln has also implied a possible deathless departure for his character, Rick Grimes. While he didn't outright reveal Rick's survival, Lincoln did imply that the former cop could come out of the apocalypse alive. While speaking at a conference at last month's San Diego Comic-Con, Lincoln noted that Rick could certainly die as many before him have, but that there were other options, using Morgan's (Lennie James) transfer to Fear the Walking Dead as an example. He then promised that however his character left the show, it was going to be quite special. Were it a single character leaving, it would be much simpler to deduce AMC's plans for their soon to be revised cast. Michonne, for example, frequently abandons the survivors in the comic book series. She prefers to live on her own for long stretches of time, and eventually chooses to live in Oceanside. Maggie could easily assimilate herself into that group, giving her a tidy exit with an open narrative that could bring her back at any time. But explaining an open end for both Maggie and Rick seems unlikely. Producer Scott Gimple has previously hinted at big news on the horizon, and Lincoln's reference to Fear does indicate he would be open to continuing the story on the spinoff at some point. Still, it would seem out of character for Rick to just abandon Michonne, no matter how distraught he is over Carl's death. Whatever happens, season 9 is going to be quite interesting. The Walking Dead season 9 premieres October 7 on AMC.
  13. After starring in this summer’s Ant-Man & The Wasp, Paul Rudd is set to make a return to television in the ambitious-sounding Netflix comedy, Living With Yourself. The actor is returning to familiar territory in more ways than one. Rudd’s no stranger to television roles and he’s developed a steady working relationship with the streaming giant, appearing in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and its followup, Ten Years Later, as well as the Duncan Jones directed sci-fi film Mute. The new series hails from creator and showrunner Timothy Greenberg (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart), and presents Rudd with the unique opportunity to act as his “own worst enemy,” literally. Rudd will take on a dual role, the sort of thing normally reserved for sci-fi movies or when an actor is asked to portray twins, but this time it sounds as though Greenberg is aiming for something a bit more philosophical, as the show’s official release asks the question: “do we really want to be better?” Though there aren’t many details to go on just yet, Netflix did offer up a succinct but intriguing synopsis of the new series, saying: “Living With Yourself stars Paul Rudd as a man struggling with his life who undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, and finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved version -- revealing that his own worst enemy is himself.” The promise of a popular actor in a dual role is a great way to garner early interest in a new series or film, as it’s ostensibly telling audiences they’re getting twice the performer they’re already tuning in for. Though the device has its critics, there have been plenty of impressive dual performances in recent memory, starting with Armie Hammer’s turn as the Winklevoss twins in David Fincher’s The Social Network, Tom Hardy’s dual role as Reggie and Ron Kray in Legend, and then there’s Ewan McGregor’s Golden Globe-winning turn as feuding brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy in Fargo. Thankfully, it sounds as though Living With Yourself will take the dual role concept in a different direction, something that goes beyond the idea of seeing an actor play twins (or remarkably similar looking brothers), like Orphan Black did for five seasons, thanks to the amazing performance(s) of Tatiana Maslany. It’ll be a while until we learn how this will play out however. Rudd is the only star attached to the series at present, with Netflix stating that additional cast has yet to be announced, meaning it might be a while before Living With Yourself is set to stream.
  14. Zazie Beetz's role in Joaquin Phoenix's Joker has been revealed. Warner Bros. is branching out beyond their attempted cinematic universe of DC characters to try something new. Under a new label, they're giving Batman's most iconic villain The Joker an origin story all his own. The project came to be thanks to director Todd Phillips, and Warner Bros. eventually convinced Phoenix to play the Clown Prince of Crime. He's not alone in the film, as Deadpool 2 and Atlanta star Zazie Beetz is also going to be featured. Those who are familiar with Beetz's work know the versatility she has, making her possible role in Joker something fans have been dying to know. With the movie doing its own take on the Joker, anything was on the table. Her mystery role has now become more clear. That Hashtag Show reports Zazie Beetz will be playing a character called Sophie Dumond. Sophie is "a single mother living on the Lower East Side." The rest of her character description points to a cynical outlook on life, where she's beaten down by the world and a corrupt system. Despite the dour outlook, she still "catches the interest" of Phoenix in the movie, making Beetz effectively the potential love interest for the film. The full description is below. Not beautiful, has a hardness to her, a single mother living on the Lower East Side, doing the best she can, trying to make ends meet; worn out by the grind of the city. She understands how the system is stacked against her and the people in her community, how unjust it all is for them. She’s just trying to catch a break. The description of Beetz's character sounds rather run of the mill at this point, so it's going to come down to the execution and use of her skills. If Beetz's body of work is any indication, she'll give it her all no matter how big or small, or good or bad the role is. One thing that's almost assured to happen though is some misunderstanding. This is the Joker we're talking about after all, so his interest in her probably won't be reciprocated. The rejection could be part of his dark and crazy turn, making Beetz's role rather important for the overall story. However, all of this could still mean that a popular fan theory could be in play. Joaquin Phoenix's version of Joker has the real name of Arthur Fleck, and the very nature of trying to tell Joker's origin presents the opportunity for further change. There are some that have hoped Beetz could actually play a version of Harley Quinn in Joker. This type of characterization could make it so Beetz joins Phoenix in the madness, instead of possibly being a victim to it. Even if she isn't directly referred to as Harley, the similarities could be there if such a turn happens. That's probably a bit too far of a fetch at this point, so Beetz's Sophie Dumond may wind up being just Sophie Dumond. She's one of many talented individuals in the cast, which also features Robert De Niro, Marc Maron, and more. With filming on Joker inching closer to beginning every day, it may just be a matter of time before fans actually get to see Beetz in character.
  15. µTorrent is an efficient and feature rich BitTorrent client for Windows sporting a very small footprint. It was designed to use as little CPU, memory and space as possible while offering all the functionality expected from advanced clients. µTorrent was written with efficiency in mind. Unlike many torrent clients, it does not hog valuable system resources - typically using less than 6MB of memory, allowing you to use the computer as if it weren't there at all. Additionally, the program itself is contained within a single executable less than 3.0 MB in size. https://cdn.neow.in/news/images/uplo...t_screen_3.jpg uTorrent 3.5.4 Build 44498 changelog is not yet available. Note: µTorrent setup includes 3rd party (optional) software. Download: uTorrent 3.5.4 Build 44508 | 2.8 MB (Freeware) Links: uTorrent Website | uTorrent Pro (commercial software)