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    qBittorrent 4.3.8

    As of version 4.0.4, this client uses an individual peer_id, so it's okay to run both mRatio and qBittorrent at the same time. As of version 4.3.0, anonymous mode has no effect on announce requests for private torrents, so enabling it shouldn't be a detection vector. Also, this emulation has support for the "IP/hostname to report to tracker" feature.

    This client emulates the following settings, so make sure your real qBittorrent 4.3.8 also uses them:
    • Encryption mode: Allow encryption
    • Optional IP address to bind to: All addresses
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    Attached file is empty :(

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    Attached file is empty :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Attached file is empty :(
    Several others have reported the same problem before. I thought the fault may lie in the ZIPs, but I deliberately use no extra fields, no encryption and no UTF-8; any archiver from the last 20, perhaps even 30 years should be able to open them (okay, the original PKZIP may not like the long filenames and high version number ).

    Anyway, a redownload does the trick.
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