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How to select best torrent file


Currently Bit torrent is the best bet.

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How to use torrents!


Torrents are a great way for you to download full software, music, movies, games and more at incredible speeds. <br /><br />To begin downloading torrents you will need a program like uTorrent.<br />(uTorrent is a super sleek and memory friendly way of downloading torrents)<br />Download uTorrent: <a href="http://www.utorrent.com/">here</a><br /><br />You want to start your journey by visiting a torrent website.<br /><br />Some popular torrent websites can be found here.<br /><a href="http://isohunt.com/">ISOHunt</a> <a href="http://btjunkie.org/">BtJunkie</a> <a href="http://www.mininova.org/">Mininova</a> and my favorite <a href="http://thepiratebay.org/">Pirate Bay</a><br /><br />These websites are used to find movies, music, games or whatever you would like. You then download your choice of media as a .torrent file. View the images below for a picture guide to downloading .torrent files.<br /><br /><img src="walkerion.PNG" /><br />After you search for a torrent you will see a page of results, The fastest downloads will be the ones with a lot of seeders or "s" You can usually order seeders to go from highest to lowest.<br /><br /><img src="walkerion_0.PNG" /><br /><br />After you find a torrent with a lot of seeders click on it<br /><br /><img src="walkerion_1.PNG" /><br /><br /><br /><img src="walkerion_2.PNG" /><br /><br />Click on the download button and you will be able to save your .torrent file and open it with uTorrent<br /><br /><img src="walkerion_3.PNG" /><br /><br />After you open the torrent in uTorrent, you will see a percent of the download. Once it reaches 100% you can right click the torrent name and go to "open containing folder". <br /><br />And there you go, that is how you download torrents.<br />

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Top 5 dangerous places during you online


You've been warned that the Internet is something of a security minefield--that it's easy to get in trouble. You can do everything you can think of to protect yourself and still be taken by a malware infection, a phishing scam, or an invasion of on¬¬line privacy. We'd like to provide a little help. Here are some of the hazards you may encounter, how dangerous they are, and what you can do to stay out of harm's way.

Threat 1 : Malicious Flash files that can infect your PC
The Place: Websites that use Flash
Adobe's Flash graphics software has become a big malware target in recent years, forcing the company to push out frequent security patches. But another danger you might not know about is associated with Flash cookies. Flash cookies are small bits of data that their creators can use to save Flash-related settings, among other things. But like regular cookies, Flash cookies can track the sites you visit, too. Worse still, when you delete your browser's cookies, Flash cookies get left behind.
If You Have to Go There: To help protect against Flash-based attacks, make sure you keep your Flash browser plug-ins up-to-date. And you can configure the Flash plug-in to ask you before it downloads any Flash cookies.

Threat 2: Shortened links that lead you to potentially harmful places
The Place: Twitter
Scammers love Twitter since it relies so much on URL shorteners, services that take long Internet addresses and replace them with something briefer.
And it's very simple to hide malware or scams behind shortened URLs. A shortened link that supposedly points to the latest Internet trend-du-jour may be a Trojan horse in disguise.
If You Have to Go There: Simply don't click links. Of course, that takes some of the fun out of Twitter. The other option is to use a Twitter client app. TweetDeck and Tweetie for Mac have preview features that let you see the full URL before you go to the site in question.
Some link-shortening services, such as Bit.ly, attempt to filter out malicious links, but it seems to be a manual process, not an automatic one. TinyURL has a preview service you can turn on.

Threat 3 :E-mail scams or attachments that get you to install malware or give up personal info
The Place: Your e-mail inbox
Although phishing and infected e-mail attachments are nothing new, the lures that cybercrooks use are constantly evolving, and in some cases they're becoming more difficult to distinguish from legitimate messages. My junk mailbox has a phishing e-mail that looks like a legitimate order confirmation from Amazon. The only hint that something's amiss is the sender's e-mail address.
If You Have to Go There: Don't trust anything in your inbox. Instead of clicking on links in a retailer's e-mail, go directly to the retailer's site.

Threat 4: Malware hiding in video, music, or software downloads
The Place: Torrent sites
Torrent sites (such as BitTorrent) are often used for sharing pirated music, videos, or software, and are a trove of malware. No one vets the download files--they may be malware in disguise.
Ben Edelman, privacy researcher and assistant professor at Harvard Business School, thinks torrent sites are the most dangerous places to visit, since they don't have a business model or reputation to defend (by comparison, many porn sites rely on being deemed trustworthy). "The [torrent] customers, they really don't want to pay," he says.
If You Have to Go There: It's probably best to avoid torrent sites entirely, given their untrustworthy content, but if you must visit, use a secondary PC to protect your main system. Use antivirus software, and keep it up¬¬dated. Scan downloaded files and wait a couple of days be¬¬fore opening them. Brand-new malware can be tricky to catch, but the delay in opening may allow your antivirus software to get the necessary signatures.

Threat 5 : Malicious video files using flaws in player software to hijack PCs
The Place: Video download sites
Attackers have been known to exploit flaws in video players such as QuickTime Player and use them to attack PCs. The threats are often "malformed" video files that, like malicious PDFs, trigger bugs in the player software that let the attackers in to spy on you, plant other malware, and more.
If You Have to Go There:Keep your player software up-to-date. Apple and Microsoft periodically release patches for QuickTime and Windows Media Player, respectively. Avoid downloading videos at random. Stick to well-known video sites such as YouTube, or to download services like iTunes.If you want to get different format videos on your ipad , choose a clean and safe video converter like professional video to ipad converter software.

on Oct 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How free download movies by torrent


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first download utorrent and install in than search the movies in torrent website you can find the movie in torrent format double click select ok to download

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If you are familiar with torrent search technology , then you can search for it's torrent file . it's very successful technology to get any software for free . Here is a web site that contains very healthy torrent for your demand . http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/3640056/Adobe_Acrobat_8_Pro__amp__KeygenIf if that wasn't helpful then contact me ! rate this please !
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How can i download new super mario bros.


Just go to www.mininova.org it is a Torrent Website
Torrent is nothing but a link. in search box put super mario bros
u get lot of links select the link which has more seeds and peers
click on that u will get a window in which download torrent option in that download torrent ok.
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Always u must check for the details and comments in the same window before downloading ok

Before going to www.mininova.org website u should download torrent software i.e,example :Bit comet,Bit lord,U torrent,Bit torrent
these are all the softwares
according to my experience bit comet is best just search in google u will get it and install it after wards go to www.mininova.org website download the torrent and open bit comet software in which ADD the torrent link which u downloaded from www.mininova.org and u r download starts finally u r downloaded file will be stored in C:My Downloads by default.
Like this u can download Games,Movies,Music,Softwares etc...........

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