Monday, December 19, 2011

Downloading torrent files through IDM

I know, I know, I know that this is an old trick but I really had nothing new to post. I have been busy with my book so its getting tough to find out time for something new. But I will keep you posted with some new posts soon. Lets come back to today's post. Special thanks to - Hackdigital.

1. First of all , you have to download the torrent file(.torrent) which you want to download.

2. Then just go to the website and upload the torrent file that you have just downloaded and click on the cache! button

3. This will give you a new torrent file . You just have to copy the link of the new torrent file from the opened window.

4. Then go to the website and create an account there(in case you don’t have) and login to your account. Then paste the address of the new torrent obtained in step 3 and click on Get button.

5. Now you will get the list of available files present in that torrent file. Then click on the initiate bittorrent transmission button. This will give the full option to download the file. Just click on any link and you can see the download manager-IDM popping out for downloading the file.

Now enjoy the ultimate Speed of IDM for downloading torrents too.



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  2. yes. i enjoy reading your blog too. thanks for this info. its new to me :)

  3. @SilviaThanks for the info man..will surely look for it.

  4. Dude seriously awesome this one! Now i can do justice to the 3mbps download speed in my college and for the unrated videos also!

  5. Awesome post,

    Anyways... If you have problems finding new material might i suggest:
    A deeper look into XSS vulnerabilities:
    What to look for in more advanced websites, I find all these outdate sites with both SQL and XSS just by google dorking, but if I go to a known website, what do I look for when it doesn't have the common / simple vulnerabilities

    Also, a post on the new SOPA Bill in the U.S.A that is threatening the internet as we know it.

    Again thank you for sharing, keep the good work up.

  6. Why you use torcache here?

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