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    I'd be happy to, but just like the "reregister on trackers" guide, the first post covers 90% of what's important in its current state and I have more pressing tasks right now. If there are specific points you need help with, do let me know.
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    How can i set theese options on headless enviroment using ui=console?
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    The same way as with other parameters. https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?p=283774 has a list of variable names and types (that post is old, so have a look at ConfigurationDefaults.class if the ones you want are missing).
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    Question Safest Ratio Cheating Settings?

    My goal is to keep my upload ratio high enough, to be above the cutoff limit, so my downloading privileges do not become disabled.

    I intend do download large UHD remuxes, compress, upload the new compressed version, and delete the larger file. The main reason is because I want to use torrents to backup my media collection by sharing my collection with others. I also don't want to keep remuxes assuming a 77" TV can't show the difference between a 4K remux and quality compressed encoded file.

    This will obviously be a problem for my ratio.

    The other problem is that my ISP download speed is a lot faster than my upload speed.

    I plan to be on the site contributing for many years, therefore I don't want to get ejected.

    What are the safest settings to use? Or best not take the risk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drag View Post
    What are the safest settings to use?
    "There are no 'best settings'. It all depends on the tracker. Those that work just fine at one may get you banned at another. See https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=19749, look up the thread for yours, and read carefully."

    If you're totally new to this, may I suggest taking your first steps with a throwaway account on some tracker that's always open for signups. Mistakes will be much less painful that way.
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    a few questions about “upload multiplier”:

    * is this setting controlled by “stop increasing the fake upload when you are connected to less than…” or is this active 100% of the time?

    * let’s say i set it at 2 and 4, if i upload 1 MB without cheating, does this mean the data that will be reported to the tracker is anywhere between 2 to 4 MB?

    * is there a minimum uploaded amount or even 1 KB will be multiplied?

    * does it only multiply real uploaded amount or fake upload as well?
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    If you double-click a torrent and go to its Info tab, you will find the following data.
    • Peers (connected to and total)
    • Uploaded (amount of data uploaded for real)
    • Fake Uploaded (total amount of upload that was reported to the tracker)

    Noting and comparing these will answer your questions, and also help quantify and clarify the effect of any other settings
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    ok, thanks anon

    the torrent Info tab + reading your explanations again on page 1 clarified things better

    i've been using "Fake upload (speed mode)" since like 2007 on pretty much all the trackers i'm a member of (15+) and i've never been caught.

    i'm going to use a new setting ("upload multiplier") so you can imagine why i'm a bit nervous

    i've noticed that even though i have a seedbox, it's only 100 Mbit up/down so i "lose" to gigabit seedboxes. for example, a fresh/new torrent i downloaded last week (i was literally the first leecher) i have uploaded 28GB whereas the gigabit seedboxes have over twice that amount!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llorva View Post
    the torrent Info tab + reading your explanations again on page 1 clarified things better
    You can also add this data to the torrent list as extra columns (user mode must be Advanced to unlock all of them) and use the latest Ubuntu Desktop torrent for experimenting in a risk-free way.

    i'm going to use a new setting ("upload multiplier") so you can imagine why i'm a bit nervous
    If anything, this is safer since it augments real upload as opposed to generating it out of thin air, so the gap between your traffic reports and everyone else's is smaller. Of course, there are never any guarantees.

    i've noticed that even though i have a seedbox, it's only 100 Mbit up/down so i "lose" to gigabit seedboxes.
    Most seedboxes are autosnatchers looking to pump and dump. Compensate with longer seeding times as much as your storage space allows and you will ultimately come out ahead.

    Code:
    Status: [F] Seeding
    Downloaded: 1.94 GB
    Uploaded: 1.73 TB
    Download Speed: 0.0 kB/s (avg. 657.4 kB/s)
    Upload Speed: 0.0 kB/s (avg. 13.8 kB/s)
    Share Ratio: 913.847
    Added On: 30/10/2018 6:08:03
    Completed On: 30/10/2018 7:00:21
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    What settings would I use to achieve the same effect as uSerenity's default settings:

    - Be Leecher (0% done)
    - No Report Download (0)
    - No Report Upload (0)
    - No Report Corrupt (0)
    - Don't Announce Completed Event

    I'm thinking:

    - Don't send "completed" flag when download is finished
    - Perfect Spoof uTorrent 2.2.1 (25302)
    - Fake report to tracker systems
    -- Ghostleech
    --- Send Start and after ??? seconds stop
    ---- No report (0UP/0DL/0%Done)

    Does this sound right? How many seconds should it wait before sending the stop announce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForgotMyOtherLogin View Post
    What settings would I use to achieve the same effect as uSerenity's default settings
    6, 16a and 16b. Note ghostleeching and no report are not the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    6, 16a and 16b. Note ghostleeching and no report are not the same thing.
    Which would be the safer option to use? And for the ghostleeching would you want to enable the only show announce option or only ghostleech checkmark?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonlit5528 View Post
    Which would be the safer option to use?
    Generally speaking, that would be ghostleeching since it doesn't maintain a continuous presence on the swarm as far as the tracker is concerned. On the other hand, it looks ugly on snatchlists, and neither method prevents other peers from announcing they uploaded the data you downloaded.

    As usual, questions like "which is safer" don't have a single, catch-all answer.

    And for the ghostleeching would you want to enable the only show announce option or only ghostleech checkmark?
    If you enable 20a, you must select one of the three available modes (20b is the default). The screenshots in the first post have been edited and spliced to make all settings readable, even those that would be mutually exclusive, and so are non-indicative on that regard.
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    On the other hand, it looks ugly on snatchlists, and neither method prevents other peers from announcing they uploaded the data you downloaded.
    Is there any way to remain off the snatchlist/announce?

    If you enable 20a, you must select one of the three available modes (20b is the default). The screenshots in the first post have been edited and spliced to make all settings readable, even those that would be mutually exclusive, and so are non-indicative on that regard.
    Ah, I only enabled 20a and downloaded something without selecting 20b as well. I wonder how bad that was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonlit5528 View Post
    Is there any way to remain off the snatchlist/announce?
    Get the .torrent file (or at least its info_hash) and a list of active peers through some means that can't be traced back to your account. Add the torrent without starting, remove the tracker announce URL, and use Peer Injector (backported to BiglyBT by myself ) to add the peers and start downloading. This is not a realistic option if you aren't working in collusion with another member or willing to kamikaze a dupe account, but that's exactly why trackers monitor these things in the first place.

    One interesting fact is that peers can be automatically logged... wait, I've already said this before.

    https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?p=363763
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