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Sep 5, 2017

That's why it's hard for the pirates now - Isohunt dumped without a beep and others attacked


Torrent pages DDoS attacks, but they are still wondering.

A number of torrent administrators TorrentFreak has talked with revealing that they have seen a huge increase in attack traffic lately.

Torrent pages DDoS attacks, but they are still wondering.

A number of torrent administrators TorrentFreak has talked with revealing that they have seen a huge increase in attack traffic lately.

Who attacks the pirates?
WorldWideTorrents is one of the pages that does not load on the original address (they have acquired new DNS after being suspended), while Isohunt, one of the most famous, has been robbed from the web for over a week without any information.

Isohunt.to is still not possible to reach, while isohunts.to is still up, this is a fake page trying to trick the user to install what is likely to be dangerous software.

Unblocked.lol that serves pirates with alternative ways to reach their favorite pages has also seen an increase in DDoS attacks.

It is unclear who is behind the attacks, but the pirates get on their feet again, something Unblocked has proven.

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Posted by: Admin
authorarticle: Master3395
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