Thursday, January 11, 2007

MPAA Caught Uploading Fake Torrents

Via digg, the guys over at torrentfreak recently posted this story regarding industry released torrents used for IP logging/tracing which have been spreading out across torrent search engine sites for some time now (including ones that aren't being blacklisted by peerguardian as of yet). However, torrent users are quickly finding ways to thwart the MPAA's plans:

One of the btjunkie admins has found a unique way to identify trackers that host these fake files, which makes it easy to efficiently remove them.

Virtually all the servers that spread these fake files are located in Southern California and Las Vegas. The administrators of these servers follow patterns that make it easy to identify them. The content of the trackers and seed amounts make them stand out. There are more unique characteristics, but we wont reveal all the tricks because they could take counter measures...

Be sure to check the "UPDATE" on the bottom of the page for the MPAA's smoking gun.

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