Thor Ragnarok Leaked Online Due To Possible iTunes Blunder

Many have been looking forward to the digital release of Marvel’s Thor Ragnarok and it appears that a pre-order blunder on iTunes has caused the movie to be leaked online. According to a report, pre-order customers using Vudu and MoviesAnywhere were offered the movie for immediate download via iTunes. They predictably downloaded the copies and they’re now being furiously pirated online via torrents.

Second Largest Torrent Website Shuts Down

Some very popular torrent websites have shut down over the past few months. Behemoths like KickAss Torrents, Torrentz, and TorrentHound have all been shut down for one reason or the other. Now, the world’s second largest torrent website has been shut down as well. ExtraTorrent has joined the growing list of torrent websites that are now out of business.

Future Versions Of uTorrent Will Eventually Run In Your Browser

When it comes to downloading torrents, there are several torrent clients around although uTorrent is probably one of the most popular clients at the moment. The app has been around for quite a while now and in a report from TorrentFreak, it seems that its developer and BitTorrent creator Bram Cohen plans to eventually move uTorrent to the web.

Downloading Torrents In India Could Result In Jail Time

Downloading copyright-protected files via unauthorized sources are illegal and this is pretty much well-established regardless of where you live. However while in some parts of the world we see movie studios and record labels go after the torrent sites directly, it would seem that over in India users are more likely to get in trouble, and getting caught pirating in the country could land you in jail.


KickassTorrents Team Seeking Donations To Rebuild Itself

As many of you guys have heard by now, the domain for KickassTorrents has been seized and its alleged owner has also been arrested. Now there have been a mirror site or two launched following its closure, but it seems like the crew behind KAT has plans to bring the site back to life, but unfortunately they are a bit short on funds.

Torrentz Appears To Have Closed Its Doors For Good

Several weeks ago, we reported that KickassTorrents had its domain seized and saw its alleged owner arrested. Given that KAT was one of the major players around, this was a huge blow to the torrents community, and it seems that less than a month later, it looks like torrents users just lost themselves another major player in the form of

Movie Studios Are Going After KickAssTorrent Mirror Websites

A little over a week ago, popular torrent website KickAssTorrents (KAT) had its domain seized and its alleged owner arrested. However if The Pirate Bay fiasco taught us anything, closing one torrent website only means that another will pop up, and sure enough the team at IsoHunt wasted no time in launching a KAT mirror.

IsoHunt Launches A KickAssTorrent Mirror Website

Some of you guys might recall that several years ago, IsoHunt announced that it would be shutting down, or at least the version of IsoHunt at that time would be shut down, and for a while it was, but it didn’t take too long before a new version of the website sprung to life. Now it seems that the team behind the website has give KickAssTorrents a new lease on […]

KickAssTorrents Domains Seized, Owner Arrested

If you’re trying to access KickAssTorrents (KAT) and you are finding yourself unable to, don’t worry you’re not alone. According to a report from TorrentFreak, it seems that the feds have successfully seized the domains related to KAT and its owner, a 30-year old man from Poland called Artem Vaulin, is also said to have been arrested.

KickassTorrents Is Now Officially On The Dark Web

Trying to take down a torrent website is like playing an endless game of cat and mouse. A website gets taken down, another pops up, or the torrent website just creates an alternative URL, and basically it really depends on who is faster. That being said for users of KickassTorrents, you will be pleased to learn that soon it won’t really matter.

Xbox One To Get Its Own Torrent App

Torrent apps are a dime a dozen on PCs and Macs, but consoles? As it turns out, the Xbox One will be getting its very own torrent app in the form of the Torrex Pro. Torrex Pro is a torrent app that is available on Windows 10 devices, so it is somewhat established and it will be interesting to see what Xbox gamers will be able to do with it.

Pirate Bay & KickassTorrents Uploader Hit With €7,500 Fine

Usually when we see movie studios or record labels go after pirates, they tend to go after the big fish, like shutting down torrent websites such as The Pirate Bay and IsoHunt. The concept is similar when it comes to drugs, in which it makes more sense to go after the source than the people supplying.

uTorrent Will Be Ad-Free For $4.95 A Year

For those who use torrent apps like uTorrent, you’re probably more than familiar with the numerous ads that are plastered throughout the application, which honestly is a bit of an eyesore. Prior to this, uTorrent was free and also ad-free, but over the past couple of years, its developer has decided to throw in ads.

The Pirate Bay Now Lets Users Stream Torrents

Just the other day Popcorn Time announced the launch of Popcorn Time Online, which is basically a new effort from the team that will allow users to stream their torrents directly from their web browser. However if you can’t find what you’re looking for on Popcorn Time Online, you might be interested to learn that The Pirate Bay now offers up similar features.