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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazedneg View Post
    Yeah, the rule doesn't mean that. What I'm saying is that if they allow multiple IPs for 1 account you can share private torrents with some1 who hasn't an account there, and if that one uses ghostleeching your ratio wont be hurt or anything.
    You can do that if you accept the risk.

    Why would be better making fail announce with a fake proxy than just removing the tracker?
    If memory serves me right, there was a time when uTorrent would forget all peers if you removed the tracker URL for a private torrent, to deter ghostleeching. Hence requiring this fake proxy, a patched executable, or the usage of a older version. Since they've removed that behavior afterwards, now it's just another method.

    PS: By the way, what happens if you remove tracker's url but you dont complete the torrent? Would be safe to announce again later to get the peers and become ghostleecher again? I guess common sense should say NO?
    If you can already get away with initial ghostleeching on a certain tracker, chances are it's fine... it's better to finish your session in one go, though.
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    Thanks for your kind attention and for answering so many questions.

    Let us clarify once for all:
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    You can do that if you accept the risk.
    If the tracker allow multiple IPs, what would be exactly the risk doing so? Betrayal from your friend??

    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    If you can already get away with initial ghostleeching on a certain tracker, chances are it's fine... it's better to finish your session in one go, though.
    Do you think it would be less risky to announce normally after your first ghostleeching session and just complete your torrent "legally"? that way it would seem really like a crash or something right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazedneg View Post
    If the tracker allow multiple IPs, what would be exactly the risk doing so?
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    The multiple IP rule never meant that if you're e.g. from Brazil and give a torrent to a friend from China, it's okay for him to download, because up to x IPs are allowed. And yes, they can see your address even if they use passkeys.
    Announcing from different countries will pass as account sharing, and might get you banned.

    If your friend is from the same country as you, it's okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazedneg View Post
    Do you think it would be less risky to announce normally after your first ghostleeching session and just complete your torrent "legally"? that way it would seem really like a crash or something right?
    Could be a good point.
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    sry for the bump, but I;m trying to understand what I did right now:
    I added a torrent from torrent leech, and after it started downloading, I completely removed the tracker (right click > properties, uTorrent)
    all the peers I had gone but after few seconds, new peers started to show up and i'm downloading pretty fast...
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniel90 View Post
    I added a torrent from torrent leech, and after it started downloading, I completely removed the tracker (right click > properties, uTorrent)
    all the peers I had gone but after few seconds, new peers started to show up and i'm downloading pretty fast...
    uTorrent readded this protection, so removing trackers from a private torrent closes all connections and forget all peers. The ones that appeared later are incoming connections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    uTorrent readded this protection, so removing trackers from a private torrent closes all connections and forget all peers. The ones that appeared later are incoming connections.
    Why did they do that anon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by koel View Post
    Why did they do that anon?
    For the same reason toilet paper in public restrooms is behind a lock
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    Can I use proxy for ghostleeching? I think having a proxy from another country is a good idea.
    Which proxies then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niggliable View Post
    Which proxies then?
    The ones that work for you. I'd just change my IP, though, it's much easier than finding a free proxy that's fast enough.
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    I'm worried about being banned because tracker doesn't have many "my country" users! Most vpns are bandwidth limited.
    I tried Freegate but it doesn't work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niggliable View Post
    I tried Freegate but it doesn't work!
    I'm pleased to hear that, as this usage isn't what FreeGate was meant for.

    Find something that works, or wait some days before you leech.
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    I took the time to port the Peer Injector plugin to BiglyBT, it can be found on the first post. It should work with Java 9 and x86, but I haven't tested that.
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    Thumbs up Peer Injector

    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    I took the time to port the Peer Injector plugin to BiglyBT
    thanks for your time but just to note, Peer Injector is already inside BiglyBT without plugin needed.
    I have ever used this before, latest i used v1.5.0.0 released on 10 Apr 2018



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    I didn't know about that! But the plugin allows you to predefine a list of peers, inject them on multiple torrents at the same time and also automatically when they're started, so it's still very useful.
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