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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

speed up torrent download

If you are a Bit Torrent downloader, you know what slow download speeds are like...frustrating and annoying, to say the least. Instead of getting your music or movie within a couple of hours, your software predicts it will take 2 to 4 days.

Now, while many of the speed factors involved are out of your control, there is at least one thing you can do at your receiving end to improve this speed. It is called "Port Forwarding", or "opening your specific TCP ports". This is how it works.

1) That blue or green network cable coming out of your computer/modem/router is actually a busy highway comprised of 65,536 tiny electronic lanes (yes, over sixty-five thousand little lanes for your electrons). Each lane is called a "port", and each port is designed to allow only specific types of information through. Many ports are assigned in a semi-standardized way. Here are some example port assignments:
  • HTML pages: port 80
  • FTP file transferring: port 21
  • World of Warcraft: port 3724
  • POP3 email: port 110
  • MSN Messenger: port 6901 and ports 6891-6900
  • Everquest: port 1024
  • Bit Torrents: port 6881

2) Bit torrents, by default, first look for port 6881 to enter/exit your computer. If port 6881 is closed for whatever reason, torrents then go to port 6882, then 6883, and so on, until it eventually tries port 6999 before giving up.

3) Every ISP, and every home router, can optionally block any of these ports with the intention of preventing hackers and controlling the network.

4) If you tell your own personal router and firewall at home to open (aka "forward") port 6881 and port 6882, then your bit torrents will find their way into your computer that much faster. Sometimes up to 5x faster.

Yes, opening ports does increase the possibility of getting hacked by unwanted bad guys, but there are means to reduce that threat while still getting fast torrent download speeds.

The Top 35 Torrent Sites of 2009

  1. Isohunt.com In a shocking turn of the tables this September, the Isohunt webmaster is counter-suing the Canadian music industry. He is claiming that previous copyright violation suits against him were unfounded, and that he is entitled to have his legal expenses recovered. Read the entire story at www.isohunt.com.


  2. Bitsoup Bitsoup is a growing favorite amongst P2P downloaders. As the trend towards private torrent sharing continues, you will need to signup and join as a member to participate in the Bitsoup swarm.


  3. Demonoid.com is back online! After legal conflicts in April of 2008, they have reestablished themselves outside of the USA, and have resumed torrent operations. Demonoid is still a private community, and members are held liable for any leeching that their invited friends do in this community. If you are lucky enough to get a Demonoid membership, invite your friends carefully, lest you lose your own membership.


  4. The Pirate Bay(Pirate Bay, by readership size, is the most popular torrent search site today. Pirate Bay has an immense database of 600,000+ torrents, arguably the largest database at this time. Read the interesting Swedish lawsuit news at their homepage.)



  5. Torrentz.com (special thanks to reader, Jonathan R., for this link)


  6. Torrentportal.com


  7. YouTorrent.com Still in beta testing format, this new torrent site claims to be the largest legal torrent search engine today. Accordingly, the result sets are much smaller than the "pirate" counterparts, but definitely try this site for yourself.


  8. BiteNova (formerly known as “Bi-Torrents”, BiteNova is a free Torrent site with a spartan look and fast searching format.)


  9. Torrents.to


  10. Torrentscan.com (a "meta-search" engine, which is a search engine that searches other search engines)


  11. Mininova.org Mininova is the successor to Suprnova, one of the original big torrent databases of the Web.


  12. Torrentmatrix.com


  13. Torrentbox.com FYI: like Isohunt, Torrentbox is being sued by the MPAA as of February 28, 2006. The days for this fine search engine may be numbered.


  14. FileMP3.org


  15. BTjunkie


  16. Torrentreactor.to (Torrentreactor has made a comeback from a hijacking and an uncooperative hosting service. They have moved to a different server setup and a Tonga country domain outside the USA. Read the details on their home page.)


  17. TorrentTyphoon.com (this database is up for sale, if anyone is interested in running a torrent service)


  18. Yotoshi.com


  19. Torrentspy.com March 24, 2008: Torrentspy has voluntarily closed its doors. Instead of conforming to the American court mandates to change their privacy policies, the Torrentspy team has opted instead to cease operations. A sad day for downloaders everywhere.


  20. Snarf It! (currently offline finding a new home)

  1. Torrent-damage.net


  2. TorrentBytes.net


  3. FullDLS.com


  4. ByTorrents Meta Search
  5. (recently hacked)

  6. Thinktorrent.com (currently offline)

  7. Torrentlocomotive (special thanks to Juan C. for this submission)


  8. Meganova.org


  9. Scrapetorrent.com is another torrent meta-search engine that is gaining popularity.


  10. bittorrent.com (the official Torrent website by Bram Cohen, the designer of the Python BitTorrent format.)


  11. FileList.org


  12. Fenopy (formerly Bitoogle.com) (the 'original' bittorrent search engine, which has now morphed into a metasearch engine. The results from your Bitoogle searches will point to various other torrent search sites. This site has been redirected recently.)


  13. BTbot.com (this site has been intimidated into listing fewer and fewer current torrents. The administrator was likely spooked by the recent wave of lawsuits against Isohunt and Pirate Bay)


  14. Special mention: Torrents.co.uk (This British site has changed hands lately)


  15. Special mention: LokiTorrent.com (In a precedent-setting MPAA civil law suit, Loki has been shut down by court order as of Feb 10, 2005. To add insult to injury, the MPAA left a trashy saber-rattling message at the lokitorrent home page in an attempt to intimidate other P2P users. P2P users everywhere are mourning the loss of this excellent service, and the MPAA is estranging even more Internet users with its heavy-handed campaign.)


  16. Special mention: Commonbits.com (This new beta search site is dedicated to media on progressive political content: audio, video, photos, reports, transcripts and other files. This is a place for activists to share their message, and for people to learn about other political choices. Unfortunately, the owners have had to move the site because of legal/financial pressures. We hope to see it back soon.)

The Most Popular Bit Torrent P2P Software

  1. uTorrent
    (Known as both "u-torrent" and "micro torrent", this is the most popular torrent tool today. uTorrent has all the functions a torrent downloader will ever need, and it only requires 1 MB of hard drive space and memory. uTorrent has all the downloading and seeding performance of its competitors, but with minimal impact to the rest of your computer's speed.)

  2. BitComet
    (Good, but losing popularity to uTorrent)

  3. ABC
    (Another very popular Torrent client)

  4. BitLord
    (A popular tool that has a built-in torrent search engine...you may never need to use a torrent search web site ever again with this product)

  5. TurboBT
    (Nice-looking GUI appearance with this package)

  6. Azureus
    (A Java language client; was considered "king" of the torrent programs until uTorrent software came along and took that crown away. As with uTorrent and any other software you install, ensure that you virus scan.)

  7. The Original BitTorrent Client
    (Authored by Bram Cohen himself; no fancy GUI here, but it downloads quickly. Recommended for programmer types and Macintosh users)

the Great Impact made by Nabi Muhammad S.A.W

It was indeed a great mercy and blessing from Allah S.W.T to have sent Nabi Muhammad S.A.W in the year 571 AD. At that time in history, the state of religion, society, politics and morality was indeed pathetic! It was indeed a great mercy and blessing from Allah (SWT) to have sent Nabi Muhammad (SAW) in the year 571 AD. At that time in history, the state of religion, society, politics and morality was indeed pathetic!

but after a few decade The Prophet had gone, nowadays people seem to change back their personalities to worsen than a dark age long time ago...
Today the worlds is once again steeped in immorality, shirk, corruption and fasaad. The old idols are now replaced by new icons such as money, pop-stars, sports-stars, etc. and the temples are where they are worshipped are the vast stadiums and gambling complexes. Very little time is left for the worship of Allah – the real benefactor of mankind.

We know that the Nabi Muhammad (SAW) is not with us anymore, but he has left for us the Qur’an and his Sunnah. It is for us to study it and practice upon it and it will be enough for our success in dunya and akhira insha’Allah


As we know, in the process of Da’wah Ilallah, we had to face tremendous hardships, opposition, persecutions and insults, because people were reluctant to give up their positions of power and influence and vested interests.


However, in spite of tremendous opposition, the prophet of Islam transformed his society.

Examples:

  1. Arabs gave up wine, gambling, and raised the status of women.
  2. Eemaan gave Muslims dignity, confidence in themselves – Slaves were freed.
  3. Love and brotherhood in society – racism was abolished, former slaves became rulers.
  4. Former enemies were transformed into the bravest defenders and champions of the deen. Eg. Khalid Bin Walid.
  5. Amr Ibn Al As – went to Abyssinia to demand the return of the Muslims to Makkah. As a Muslim, he opened up Egypt and the whole of north Africa for Islam.
  6. Many people laid down their lives for the prophet and Islam.

He leave us with a great example as he is also a HUMAN not an angels...so that we can follow what he does and what he running away from.....


but we nowadays.............thinks by urself....even me sometimes.....

Sunday, March 29, 2009

fact bout facebook

Facebook was originally named TheFaceBook and it was developed by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg. The first use of the FaceBook was on the Harvard campus and it was limited only to Harvard students. Soon the FaceBook spread like wild fire around the other major U.S.
Universities.


Mark Zuckerberg dropped the Harvard and pursued his facebook dream to become one of the 4th most-trafficked websites in the world with more than 90 million active users. The FaceBook website is built on PHP-MySQL technology and it is probably the most popular PHP website ever built. Interesting fact is that the facebook.com domain was purchased for $200,000 and FaceBook has more than 24 million photos uploaded daily.

my experience during speaking,listening and writing test


actually, i dont like to talk about the past especially about the test, but because of the lecturer insist us to post the blog related to the BEL 260 mid-sem exam i had to share this kind of experience..

for the first exam, that is on Sunday night, which is writing test, i felt so cold as the exam take place in da hall and at dat time..the rain is just like cat and dog..i drove the motorcycle in da heavy rain..its does not concern me at all..beacuse of da test i do it sincerely.....absolutely i felt nervous...and kinda want to end up the exam faster....
i felt so stress because of the test took place in da 3 day straight....Sunday,Monday and Tuesday......but after dat i felt noting..feel free to go.. as da burden became more lighter....

for listening..the is no special bout this test..as dis test being tested on da morning.. i dont have to much tme to think bout it...i just hoping my ears worked at dat time...but it seems dat i lose concentrete during da test....

and for da lest is...speaking..the most unhappy test 4 me.....i dont like to speaking at all......and dis is suck men...we(ash,aiman and i) are "playing around da bush"...lol....i cant speak nicely....dats ol..i dont want to reveal my weakness to d others..hahahaha

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Sunday, March 1, 2009

just hoping for dream women

i dont thinnk about it anymore
i had think it at da past
but when being hurt by a good girl is so much stress me up
i forget about it just for now
i want a freedom

but what i want is
1...a peng and than turn to woman not by force but because she want to change
2...a solehah one
3...good in cooking
4...not left the solat easily]


i thinks it is just for now
a peng is compulsary