La lista dei migliori siti torrent del 2011

24 05 2011

1. The Pirate Bay

The Pirate Bay is probably the best known BitTorrent brand on the Internet. The site was founded in 2003 and is still expanding, despite the immense legal witch hunt launched by the entertainment industries several years ago.

Alexa Rank: 76 / Compete Rank: 412 / Last year #1

2. Torrentz

Torrentz has been the leading BitTorrent meta-search engine for years. A few weeks ago the site traded in its .COM domain and switched to .EU, but this didn’t affect the site’s traffic.

Alexa Rank: 164 / Compete Rank: 927 / Last year #2

3. IsoHunt

Last year was a tough one for isoHunt, as it became the first search engine that had to implement a keyword filter provided by the MPAA. Despite this setback, isoHunt is still the third largest torrent site in terms of traffic. In 2011, isoHunt hopes to get rid of the filter through the Appeals Court.

Alexa Rank: 194 / Compete Rank: 2,154 / Last year #3

4. KickassTorrents

KickassTorrents was the fastest growing newcomer of last year, and managed to continue this upward trend throughout 2010. The site released many new features and continues to innovate, still without a single banner ad on the site.

Alexa Rank: 289 / Compete Rank: 897 / Last year #11

5. BTjunkie

BTjunkie had a pretty quiet year, which is usually good news for a site that operates in the BitTorrent niche. The only setback was the removal of the site’s front page from Google due to a DMCA complaint. As last year, BTjunkie settles in fifth place.

Alexa Rank: 299 / Compete Rank: 987 / Last year #5


The impossible happened. Demonoid finished 2010 with only a minimal amount of downtime, compared to weeks or months in previous years. A few weeks ago the site announced that it would move from the familiar .COM to a .ME domain in response to the news about US domain seizures.

Alexa Rank: 465 / Compete Rank: 1,647 / Last year #20


ExtraTorrent is one of those robust torrent indexes that don’t make the news very often. In 2010 it continued to expand and the site gained two spots compared to last year.

Alexa Rank: 519 / Compete Rank: 2,208 / Last year #9


TorrentDownloads is in the same league as ExtraTorrent, a no nonsense torrent index that provides torrents to millions of users each month.

Alexa Rank: 736 / Compete Rank: 1,119 / Last year #7

9. TorrentReactor

TorrentReactor fooled most of the tech press last year when it announced that it had bought a Russian town, one of the better PR stunts seen in 2010. On the flipside TorrentReactor seems to have lost some traffic due to a Google penalty, dropping the site to 9th place this year.

Alexa Rank: 1,088 / Compete Rank: 1,972 / Last year #6


LimeTorrents is the best newcomer of 2010 in terms of traffic, which promises a lot for the new year. The site went live half a year ago and already made it into the top 10 in this short period. It’s also a bit ironic as ‘Limewire’ got shutdown a few months ago.

Alexa Rank: 1,160 / Compete Rank: 7,127 / Last year #na

List aggiornata di server emule (ma chi lo usa piu’ ?)

4 03 2011

lista server emule Server Emule Lista Aggiornata Marzo 2011

Elenco la lista aggiornata server eMule (clicca sul link per aggiungere il server eMule in automatico su eMule):

1212.63.206.35:4242 – eDonkeyServer No2 – Master Server 1

395.211.73.65:6348 – eMule Security

495.211.78.232:9715 – eMule Security

583.233.30.128:4500 – Master Server 2

6193.169.86.73:4184 – TV Underground No1

7193.169.87.52:4184 – TV Underground No2

888.191.228.66:7111 – PeerBooter

988.191.81.111:7111 – PEERATES.NET

1088.80.28.48:4321 – !-= Porn Pit =-!

11. – Master Server 7

12. – Share Islands

13. – Emule server No1

14. –

15. – VeryCD eDonkey Server

E’ anche possibile aggiornare i server mediante file met, per farlo vi basterà andare alla voce “Server” nel menu prefereze di eMule, mettere il segno di spunta alla voce “Aggiorna la lista server all’avvio”, cliccare sul pulsante Lista e inserire uno di questi indirizzi per aggiornare la lista server rapidamente:











Due milioni ???

22 06 2010

Non mi sono accorto in tempo, ma ho superato la barriera dei due milioni di unique hits (accessi) al blog !!!

Secondo me c’e’ un errore..un paio di settimane fa ero a 1.9 milioni e mi sembra impossibile aver fatto oltre 200.000 accessi unici in cosi’ poco tempo. Ma magari mi sbaglio io..

Era gennaio 2009 quando raggiunsi il mio primo Milione 🙂

I 20 migliori siti torrent aggiornati a Giugno 2009 (piu’ alcune segnalazioni speciali)

24 06 2009

Fonte | NetForBeginners

  1. In a shocking turn of the tables this September, the Isohunt webmaster is counter-suing the Canadian music industry. He is claiming that previous copyright violation suits against him were unfounded, and that he is entitled to have his legal expenses recovered. Read the entire story at
  2. The Pirate Bay

  3. is back online! After legal conflicts in April of 2008, they have reestablished themselves outside of the USA. Demonoid is still a private community, and members are held liable for any leeching that their invited friends do in this community. If you are lucky enough to get a Demonoid membership, invite your friends carefully, lest you lose your own membership.
  4. (special thanks to reader, Jonathan R., for this link)
  5. Bitsoup Bitsoup is a growing favorite amongst P2P downloaders.
  6. BiteNova (formerly known as “Bi-Torrents”, BiteNova is a free Torrent site with a spartan look and fast searching format.)
  8. (a “meta-search” engine, which is a search engine that searches other search engines)
  11. Mininova is the successor to Suprnova, one of the original big torrent databases of the Web.
  12. Still in beta testing format, this new torrent site claims to be the largest legal torrent search engine today. Accordingly, the result sets are much smaller than the “pirate” counterparts, but definitely try this site for yourself.
  13. FYI: like Isohunt, Torrentbox is being sued by the MPAA as of February 28, 2006. The days for this fine search engine may be numbered.
  15. BTjunkie
  16. (Torrentreactor has made a comeback from a hijacking and an uncooperative hosting service. They have moved to a different server setup and a Tonga country domain outside the USA. Read the details on their home page.)
  17. (this database is up for sale, if anyone is interested in running a torrent service)
  19. March 24, 2008: Torrentspy has voluntarily closed its doors. Instead of conforming to the American court mandates to change their privacy policies, the Torrentspy team has opted instead to cease operations. A sad day for downloaders everywhere.
  20. Snarf It! (currently offline finding a new home)

Segnalazioni speciali:

Reader suggestion:

Reader suggestion:

Special mention: (An improved and relaunched torrent search engine worth visiting. Special thanks to Pok for this submission.)

Special mention: (A newer torrent search engine that several readers are very fond of.)

Special mention: (Recommended by several readers)

Special mention: (For legal linux torrents and virtual machines.)

Special mention: (A clean and fast user interface, and some great cross-reference linking helps you browse books and other media related to your movies.)

Special mention: (ShareTV is dedicated to sharing television episodes and entire TV series. Find “24”, “Heroes”, and “Lost” episodes here. Special thanks to Chris R. for telling us about his web site.)

Special mention: (This site has been submitted recently by three readers as their personal favorite torrent search engine. It “meta-searches” 159 torrent sites as of this writing. Special thanks to Dina, Suresh, and ChaOSthEory for this submission.)

I 10 migliori siti torrent del 2008

28 12 2008

The list is based on traffic rank reports from Compete and Alexa, backed up by visitor reports from some of the site admins.

1. The Pirate Bay

It has been a good year for The Pirate Bay. The number of visitors spiked, despite efforts in Denmark and Italy to block access the site. Last month, The site celebrated its 5th anniversary, just after it broke the 25 million peers mark. At any given point in time, more than 25 million peers actively trade files thought the Pirate Bay tracker.

Compete rank 885 / Alexa rank 117 / 2007 #3

2. Mininova

Mininova has seen a steady rise in visitors in 2008, and more than 3 billion torrents were downloaded from the site in the past 12 months. In addition to user uploaded content, the Mininova team has started to focus more on premium publishers with their content distribution platform.

Compete rank 1,225 / Alexa rank 79 / 2007 #1

3. IsoHunt

Despite being ensnared in legal proceedings with the MPAA and CRIA, isoHunt is continuing to grow. This year they partnered with the Creative Commons music distribution site Jamendo, and just like The Pirate Bay, isoHunt added SSL encryption to the site, making it impossible for your ISP or the authorities to monitor users’ activities.

Compete rank 1,106 / Alexa rank 200 / 2007 #2

4. Torrentz, one of the oldest torrent sites around, celebrated its 5th anniversary in July. The site added a “verified torrents” feature this year, and inspired many other meta-search engines to do the same. Last month a “hacker” caused some problems after it took over the torrentz domain, but luckily this issue was resolved in a few hours.

Compete rank 2,039 / Alexa rank 220 / 2007 #4

5. TorrentReactor

TorrentReactor redesigned and optimized the site throughout 2008, which resulted in a significant increase in visitors. In addition, the TorrentReactor launched TorrentPrivacy, a service that allows BitTorrent users to download torrents anonymously.

Compete rank 2,150 / Alexa rank 532 / 2007 #9

6. Demonoid

After being forced to go offline following threats from the CRIA, Demonoid returned this April after 6 months of downtime. Since then it is business as usual, and most of the members returned quickly.

Compete rank 3,869 / Alexa rank 526 / 2007 #na

7. BTjunkie

In December 2007 BTjunkie was forced to leave their ISP following a takedown notice from the Dutch anti-piracy outfit BREIN. This year there were no troubles, and the site continues to go strong.

Compete rank 3,762 / Alexa rank 625 / 2007 #5

9. SumoTorrent

In 2007, SumoTorrent quickly settled itself among the top torrent sites, and traffic continued to increase this year. The pop-ups and redirects are new though, and don’t make it one of the most convenient sites to browse.

Compete rank 4,110 / Alexa rank 1,019 / 2007 #na

9. BTmon

BitTorrentMonster, BTmon for short, debuted in 10th place last year, and managed to climb a spot. Other than that, there is not much news surrounding the site.

Compete rank 4,737 / Alexa rank 989 / 2007 #10

10. TorrentPortal

Not much news about TorrentPortal this year either, but for BitTorrent sites that is usually a good thing. Traffic seems to be stable, although the site is not growing as fast as the other BitTorrent sites in this list.

Compete rank 4,300 / Alexa rank 1,126 / 2007 #7

Honorable mention: TorrentSpy

In 2006 TorrentSpy was more popular than any other BitTorrent site, but this changed quickly in August 2007, when a federal judge ordered TorrentSpy to log all user data. The judge ruled that TorrentSpy had to monitor its users in order to create detailed logs of their activities, and hand these over to the MPAA.

In a response to this decision – and to ensure the privacy of their users – TorrentSpy decided that it was best to block access to all users from the US. This led to a huge decrease in traffic, but still, it managed to make out top 10 list last year. March 2008 TorrentSpy owner Justin decided to shut down completely, and in May his company was ordered to pay a $110 million fine, which it will appeal.

Fonte | TorrentFreak

Bloc Party – Talons

11 09 2008

Watch the video for Talons!

Today at 12:27am
The new single Talons was announced yesterday, and everyone who pre-ordered the album should have received the single last night.

The video for the single is available at

Colombo fermato dalla GdF !

30 07 2008
Pirateria informatica, bloccato un sito
Gestori denunciati dalla Finanza

La Finanza di Bergamo contro la pirateria informatica. Il Nucleo di Polizia Tributaria della Guardia di Finanza bergamasca, infatti, con l’ausilio tecnico di F.P.M. – Federazione contro la Pirateria Musicale – e la collaborazione di altri reparti del Corpo, ha condotto complesse indagini anche in diverse regioni d’Italia (Lombardia, Emilia Romagna, Molise), al termine delle quali sono stati denunciati i gestori del sito, portale della pirateria tra i più diffusi in Italia. Al sito è stato anche inibito l’acceso da un provvedimento del GIP di Bergamo comunicato a tutti gli ISP (internet service providers) italiani.

L’operazione era intesa a reprimere lo scambio illegale di files contenenti opere tutelate dal diritto d’autore, fenomeno illegalmente diffuso su internet e che costituisce una gravissima turbativa del mercato legale, generando mancati introiti di milioni di euro ogni anno per gli aventi diritto e per l’Erario.

Scaricare musica e film sul web è diventato semplice e comodo grazie all’utilizzo di noti programmi di file sharing, che permettono cioè di collegarsi direttamente o attraverso un server (come nel caso del sito ora inibito) a una moltitudine di nodi, ognuno dei quali contribuisce alla diffusione dei contenuti.
Il sito posto sotto sequestro aveva un motore di ricerca interno, definito tracker, in grado di localizzare, mediante l’inserimento di parole chiave, le opere di interesse e coordinare le richieste degli utenti che volevano scaricarle. Indicando un’opera si generava un elenco di file corrispondenti da scaricare. Questa operazione poteva avvenire in un’unica soluzione ovvero «a pezzi». In tale ultimo caso, il download risultava più veloce ed un apposito software ricomponeva le parti nel prodotto intero, che poteva essere a sua volta messo a disposizione di altre persone collegate.
La registrazione al sito permeteva l’accesso ad un database online suddiviso per aree tematiche (musica, film, fiction, software, videogiochi), da cui attingere con facilità.

Le indagini sono state coordinate dal Sostituto Procuratore presso la Procura della Repubblica di Bergamo Giancarlo Mancusi e hanno dovuto misurarsi con una rete di esperti informatici che avevano installato dei server all’estero, presso una società di hosting e housing della Repubblica Ceca (attraverso un semplice meccanismo informatico essi apparivano ubicati in Svezia), utilizzati per la gestione del sito. A questo accedevano milioni di utenti interessati a condividere e scaricare illecitamente enormi quantità di files multimediali, tra opere musicali in formato MP3 della discografia italiana ed internazionale, film di recentissima programmazione e costosi programmi informatici. I dati statistici on line evidenziavano un trend in continua crescita: circa 800.000 accessi ogni mese, da parte di utenti per lo più italiani (circa l’80%), che collocavano il sito tra gli 80 più popolari nel nostro Paese.
L’anonimato che i componenti dello staff si erano garantiti con l’utilizzo di nicknames (nomi in codice) è stato superato grazie alla meticolosa ricostruzione delle tracce lasciate dalle donazioni effettuate dagli utenti per consentire agli amministratori del sito il suo sviluppo (quale l’acquisto di nuovi e più performanti server), attraverso l’utilizzo di canali di pagamento internazionali on line. Tali rapporti ed un conto corrente postale (unitamente a tre carte Poste Pay) di riferimento in Italia, come peraltro la registrazione del dominio internet, sono però risultati intestati ad un nominativo di fantasia, grazie all’opera di prestanome resa da uno degli indagati utilizzando un documento fasullo.
Risaliti alla vera identità della persona, residente a Rimini, le successive perquisizioni hanno permesso di individuare i nominativi di due degli amministratori del sito, uno dei quali della stessa città della riviera romagnola (tra l’altro dipendente di una società di videonoleggio all’interno della quale sono stati rinvenuti e sequestrati circa 700 dvd masterizzati) e l’altro, il fondatore del sito, di Campobasso. Nei loro computer ed in altro materiale hardware sequestrato le prove delle illecite attività realizzate attraverso la creazione e gestione di
Sotto sequestro anche il saldo dei conti correnti e le carte Poste Pay usate dagli indagati per la raccolta e l’utilizzo dei fondi provenienti dalle donazioni degli utenti.
Le indagini, ancora in corso, sono adesso rivolte all’identificazione di tutti i soggetti che hanno partecipato alla gestione del sito illegale, passibili di severe sanzioni di carattere penale. Le perizie tecniche sul materiale in sequestro forniranno inoltre precisi elementi in relazione alle responsabilità di coloro che hanno messo illecitamente in condivisione sul web i milioni di opere tutelate dal diritto d’autore.

( 29/07/2008 )

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