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    Trackers connected to each other v2

    I've had to link to the following posts many times, both in public and in private, so I thought I'd create this thread to offer a unified reference.

    Quote Originally Posted by sigduwksnsksis9283 View Post
    can a mediocre 3rd world tracker with no contact to cabal complain about a user and track them on cabal sites & get them banned later?
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    In this regard, there are four kinds of trackers:
    1. the cabal, which is generally accepted as RED, BTN, PTP and HDBits.
    2. trackers that are not part of the cabal but are in good terms with them and will likely share details about bans...
    3. trackers that are not part of the cabal and are in bad terms with them due to drama...
    4. private, semi-private and public sites that don't fit in any of the above and don't share information...

    I suppose your "mediocre 3rd world tracker" falls into either group 3 or 4, but we can't know if you don't name it.
    Quote Originally Posted by sigduwksnsksis9283 View Post
    so to name these trackers i meant it toward country trackers like WiHD,Hon3yHD,TorrentBD,PolishSource/Tracker,SuperBits,TellyTorrent,BDC,xthor,all the rest of country small trackers and since you cleared the Chinese trackers confusion is gone

    and does any of the az(avistaz.cinemaz,animaz/ant/phd) trackers have cabal connection? if not cheating there will be ease
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigduwksnsksis9283 View Post
    and does any of the az(avistaz.cinemaz,animaz/ant/phd) trackers have cabal connection? if not cheating there will be ease
    I'm not familiar with those, but please keep in mind that "cabal status" does not correlate to cheating difficulty. It only affects the consequences for getting caught cheating.

    It does not correlate to quality either. I find all cabal trackers besides RED overrated, and consider IPT to be top-notch despite the drama.
    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Looking back, I think it would be appropriate to add a category "2.5" for trackers that are in good terms with the cabal but less likely to share details about bans...

    If you want to avoid global bans, you can keep your identity and details on every account completely different and isolated as per https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=19023, but that precludes using more than one tracker at the same time (from the same IPs) or applying on recruitment threads. I would add "or you could simply not break any tracker rules", but I've seen my fair share of innocent people getting banned for mere nickname matches.
    For practicality and convenience, I propose the following ranking system as per the quotes above.

    • Tier 1: the cabal (RED, BTN, PTP and HDBits). Guaranteed to share information about bans.
    • Tier 2: trackers that aren't part of the cabal but are in good terms with them. Likely to share. Examples: GGn, Bibliotik, RevTT, KG.
    • Tier 2.5: an intermediate status between 2 and 3. Not in the cabal and in neutral terms with it. Unlikely to share. Examples: OPS, TL.
    • Tier 3: trackers that aren't part of the cabal and are in bad terms with it. Not known to share. Examples: the IPT family, HD-Torrents.
    • Tier 4: unaffiliated and/or independent trackers. Not known to share. Examples: MAM, OppaiTime, almost anything with a non-English speaking audience, anything semi-public or public.

    Feel free to post your experience here. Keep in mind that not all staff check their little database often, and fallout from information sharing is known to extend for up to one month after the initial ban(s).

    Version 1 (very old and only mentioned for reference) can be found at https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=19568. https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=26423 has newer replies and is more relevant. https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=19023 and https://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=31312 greatly elaborate on countermeasures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FubareD View Post
    I've got banned multiple times on What.Cd, trying to figure out the correct way to spoof there.
    One of the times that I got booted, I did something dumb as fuck but out of curiousity. Typed "anon" in the user search page, it was an insta ban. True story.
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    An unfortunate ban and cringeworthy conversation, considering I can attest this person had no relation to Mihai from here, nor was he framed on purpose by him... in this particular instance, there wasn't even a nickname match, but the guy was from the same country + they thought it was the same person = boom.



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    I would add "or you could simply not break any tracker rules", but I've seen my fair share of innocent people getting banned for mere nickname matches.


    Be polite and HONEST. We know the truth, lying won't help you.
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    ...a small reminder to anyone wishing to join PTP (or any other Gazelle-based tracker that isn't OppaiTime). This is how your data is handled and kept safe by staff.





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