recommended iptv providers
Are there recommended iptv providers by users?

Mullvad will removed port forwarding from their app.

i have gotten forza horizon 5 from but cant seem to play online due to an error that no servers in the region are found (added to steam and it shows spacewars but still cant get into online) (P.S the pic is from google, but i get this error) Also wanna know if there are online fixes for CarXdrift and Asseto Corsa as i wanna play them with my friends thanks for reading

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Anti-Piracy Outfit Wipes ACE’s ‘Watch Legally’ Page From Google
> ACE, the world's leading anti-piracy coalition, is facing an unexpected setback after Google removed a page that advises 'pirates' where they can watch content legally. The removal is the result of an erroneous takedown notice from a competing anti-piracy organization, and was likely triggered by an ACE domain name seizure.

Empress has now sent the link to the crack files
It's on her telegram and for the people who didn't download the clean files here's the magnet link: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:A4349A511DAFAA704C33A25065C34AB980803707&dn=Resident.Evil.4-EMPRESS&

Empress is now cracking re4 and has sent the magnet link for clean files
Here's the link magnet:?xt=urn:btih:ee04e7f2d3e379ad055e18ba77b29584df0e8064&dn=Resident.Evil.4.Clean.Files.For.Beta.Testing.7z&

How do I get unlimited cloud storage from microsoft for free? check the pic
A user on telegram group got free storage cloud how do I do that? I asked him but they just ignore me...

How to turn Audible aa3 files into mp3 files on linux?
I am using Linux rn and I want to convert audible files to mp3, so I can listen to them anytime, is there a way to do this? (preferably locally) Edit: Thank you for your help!

🏴‍☠️ What impact will Italy’s new anti-piracy bill have?
_Note: originally written in Italian, translated into English via DeepL and some manual corrections._ Some people in my country will know this: the new anti-piracy bill** has been **approved** in Italy, and now the doubts we free-sharing enthusiasts have to deal with are many: * When will it actually become law? (I hope not exactly at the time of me writing this post 😰) * How much money must the entertainment lobbies have spent to ensure that the law was passed with complete unanimity? * What **real consequences** will it bring to us **common citizens**? The point that perhaps struck me most about the law (here [the PDF examined by the Commission](, and [the final report]( - perhaps because I own several totally personal online properties, which have zero economic value to me, but unquantifiable sentimental value - is the obligation for ISPs to respond to instant blocking requests. A copyright holder can send a blocking request that, when urgent - think of a live sports match, which is being illegally rebroadcast in real time - must be honoured in no more than 30 minutes by all providers, without any adversarial or formal process: it will be the owner of the blocked website who will then have to have legal proceedings opened to contest the blocking and demand restoration. For unlawful sites, all domain and sub-domain names (DNS), and IP addresses, present and, I have no idea on the basis of what limits, all possible future ones, will be blocked. By 'providers' is meant not only telephony operators, who provide the connection to the Internet, but in general those 'involved in any capacity in the accessibility' of illegal services, and explicit reference is even made to search engines. Search engines do nothing more than return links accompanied by a description, and in fact do not directly provide pirated material: in practice, this law even wants to **punish those who only provide _links_**, not just those who allow downloads. By this logic, the operators of _social networks_, (and I imagine that 'information society' in the text refers precisely to them), and possibly small online communities, will also be held responsible. The **potential for abuse and mistakes** is very high, and indeed, viewed impartially, this move can in any case be summarised as the obligation for ISPs to **build a [mega-firewall](**, for all intents and purposes under the ultimate control of the state, with all the problems that come with that (even accidental ones). Sooner or later there will be an incident of over-blocking, and problems will occur on Web services that have nothing to do with piracy, if they mess around with IPv4 address blocks. In any case, a **big rise in price** will probably be seen **on everyone's Internet bill**, even those who do not consume or share pirated material! Centralising a network that has existed for dozens of years, built from the beginning as decentralised, is not easy, and other states that strive to control information know this well. An example can be made by comparing Russia and China: both states have a certain desire to control political dissent on the Internet, but: * For Russia it's difficult, as it has a more traditional Internet infrastructure, which began to develop as decentralised long before Putin's arrival, when the present government was of a different type. * For China it's easier, because the government in office at the time (the Communist Party, as it is today), understood the potential of the Internet, and made sure that it was developed in a centralised manner from the outset. It is then inevitable that raising now, from nothing, this mega-wall of fire, will entail **substantial costs**, which will however be at the **total expense of all of us consumers**, instead of being at the expense of the billionaire entertainment multinational companies (who will only pay for the unified state platform that will connect rights holders and ISPs). But this last detail, quite rightly, does not matter to our parliamentarians and senators, who, luckily for them, for many and many years have been receiving [€1,200 and €1,650 per year respectively for their telephone expenses](, thanks to those of us, dumbass citizens, who pay taxes. Besides wanting to specifically and unequivocally counteract the 'live broadcasting' of duplicate content - something that is already causing bad vibes among those football fans with a limited budget - apart from the usual content in general (audiovisual, print, or software), the law goes expressly against end users, at least [a certain category]( In fact, fines of up to €5,000 in the event of a repeat offence will be done for those who (as far as I can tell from reading the bill and watching other people's videos and articles) buy subscriptions to pirate paid services, such as the infamous 'pezzotti', the illegal IPTV packages. All in all, despite the initial general fear and alarmism, it seems that the only users who have anything to fear are precisely the latter, because - although it has to be said that I know relatively little about the law, and it is not easy to apply generic text comprehension skills to legal texts, so who knows - the text talks about buying or renting, and not things like downloading at no cost. If, therefore, surfing the Internet to find links to 'crunchy' football matches, with pixels as big as biscuits and a buffering habit, or downloading the tenth film of the week via torrent, or hoarding freely repackaged video games, one can well imagine that things will remain as they are in this respect. On the other hand, those who participate in the sharing of copied content, even with a torrent left in _seeding_, could live decidedly less peaceful moments. In Italy it seems like no individual _seeder_ has ever been prosecuted, nor has their connection ever been blocked, but with the authorisation to block IP addresses the situation risks change, and maybe from now on ISPs will have to stop trashing lawyers' letters; if not the hundreds that arrive every day from the United States, with the audacity of wanting European citizens to respect a law only present in the United States (the DMCA), at least the few annual ones from Italy. Those who fare worse in this whole affair are certainly the members of the 'digital mafia' - as Massimiliano Capitanio, commissioner of AGCOM, calls it - i.e. those who sell pirated premium packages, making a profit: for them, fines of up to €15.5K and imprisonment for up to 3 years. Perhaps, if this new law only targeted them, there would not be much to discuss: they have no passion for sharing, only for money. Perhaps there would not be much of an objection even if, in going against the platforms that make certain links available, one were to consider taking action only against those for-profit companies: Google, Microsoft (with Bing), Facebook, Twitter, and the like. But in Italy we have already had the destruction of TNTVillage, and I don't want the decimation also of all the other online town squares created by people for people - without profit, and indeed often at a loss, both in time and money - just because **someone is bothered by the fact** that the **main feature of the Web** is being used: hypertext links, invented to favour the free and unrestricted sharing of culture and entertainment. --- Let's hope I can keep seeding without a VPN, the State must not put its nose in my Raspberry Pi.

Ripping VHS tapes
I have copyrighted VHS tapes from the 80's (mostly wrestling, music videos, magic instruction) and I would like to find someone in the US with the equipment to properly rip them for the community.

Where can i pirate manga?
Can someone suggest websites, trackers etc focused on English translated manga? I want to download volumes

John Wick 4, recording from reel
Anybody know a good place to get john wick 4 from a recording of the reel, if anyone knows the name of that method btw that would be nice to know, i think it's called HDTS? but i can't remember

Can someone please link to a DDL site where I can get all of Elvis’ movies in HD format without any premium accounts?
As the title says. I want all the following (I know it's a long list, but I have plenty of space for them): Love Me Tender Loving You Jailhouse Rock King Creole G.I. Blues Flaming Star Wild in the Country Blue Hawaii Follow That Dream Kid Galahad Girls! Girls! Girls! It Happened at the World's Fair Fun in Acapulco Kissin' Cousins Viva Las Vegas Roustabout Girl Happy Tickle Me Harum Scarum Frankie and Johnny Paradise, Hawaiian Style Spinout Easy Come, Easy Go Double Trouble Clambake Stay Away, Joe Speedway Live a Little, Love a Little Charro! Thr Trouble with Girls Change of Habit

Hi everyone ! I am working on a tool to search through multiple websites at the same time and display the results nicely. It is still under development but a first version is already available and works fine. Please let me know if you have any issue or ideas on how I could improve it ! Preview : The tool :

Can someone please tell me how to get the highest-resolution version of a Getty Image for free?
There are quite a few that I want, but they charge an arm and a leg for them. Can someone please tell me how to get the highest-resolution version of an image for free? Example image (I would want the 5773 x 8660 version):

This may be the canary that shows if reddit has the strength, or not.

How to pirate Videos from any website?
There is an app on android called Video Downloader to pirate videos from websites. Now, it works for almost every website except youtube. The problem with this app is, it has no adblocker and when you visit sites you should not visit without an adblocker, it just rains ads on you. So, is there a website equivalent of this app which can download videos from any website?

Ebook piracy
I'm trying to figure out how 0day ebooks are sourced. To be clear, I'm not talking about release groups like bitbook or libricide but on ddl forums I frequent. Just as an example, this [book on amazon]( has a publication date of March 7th and it's already available on places like avax. I looked into other sources like irc and nothing. They can't be buying out of pocket right?

Goldberg Steam Emulator
Hey guys i'm trying to bypass "The Riftbreaker" with Goldberg Steam Emulator and I've replaced the steam_api64.dll with the original and also edited the steam_appid.txt into "780311" although the dlc has "1945600". When i open the .exe it just opens steam and nothing happens? I don't know if i needed it but also created "generate_interfaces" to create a txt file and added it to the folder. I'm not sure if the game itself has a DRM but also wanted to try: Default save location: C:\Users\<Your username>\AppData\Roaming\Goldberg SteamEmu Saves\ But this folder doesn't exist in Roaming. I read through the readme.txt a couple of times and doesn't like I've missed something, if anyone has a suggestion I would love to hear it. Enjoy your weekend!

Looking for torrents related to Red Army Faction
Hello friends. Recently went down a rabbit hole of information about RAF, and would like to watch whatever i can about them. Documentaries, dramas... audiobooks even. Any help/links appreciated.

Does anyone have the full collection of Elvis photos by Alfred Wertheimer in highest possible quality?
Just as the title says. I prefer lossless PNG over lossy JPEG, in order to avoid compression artifacts. Anyone know where to get the full collection for free? I searched the Internet to see if someone else had uploaded them, but only found links to the Getty Images collection.

I’m blown away by my jellyfin, radarr, transmission-openvpn, jackett setup
I originally posted this thread: in relation to getting started acquiring content and I just gotta say damn...this software is incredible.

Jellyfin deleting files??
I noticed a movie that I never downloaded somehow showed up in Jellyfin. I searched for the file and couldn't find it anywhere so I clicked remove media and it deleted every movie I had downloaded. I was luckily able to recover everything but I'm kind of shaken. It deleted the entire movies folder I had.

Warez: The Infrastructure and Aesthetics of Piracy. By Martin Paul Eve (open access)
**[When most people think of piracy, they think of Bittorrent and The Pirate Bay. These public manifestations of piracy, though, conceal an elite worldwide, underground, organized network of pirate groups who specialize in obtaining media – music, videos, games, and software – before their official sale date and then racing against one another to release the material for free.](** [@piracy]( **Warez: The Infrastructure and Aesthetics of Piracy** is the first scholarly research book about this underground subculture, which began life in the pre-internet era Bulletin Board Systems and moved to internet File Transfer Protocol servers (“topsites”) in the mid- to late-1990s. The “Scene,” as it is known, is highly illegal in almost every aspect of its operations. The term “Warez” itself refers to pirated media, a derivative of “software.” Taking a deep dive in the documentary evidence produced by the Scene itself, Warez describes the operations and infrastructures an underground culture with its own norms and rules of participation, its own forms of sociality, and its own artistic forms. Even though forms of digital piracy are often framed within ideological terms of equal access to knowledge and culture, Eve uncovers in the Warez Scene a culture of competitive ranking and one-upmanship that is at odds with the often communalist interpretations of piracy. […](

cross-posted from: > I would paste the actual content of the post here but it would probably get me banned from the instance, even with the slur filters (cringe). > > Anyway. I didn't know who this cracker was before the mastodon spam post here and I've since done a bit of research. This was a recent post by whoever empress is, apparently they are seething all over reddit and it has spilled in this direction. She also really hates fitgirl, someone we all know and love.

looking for victoria 3 1.2 for windows
i looked on the 1337, but i only found a linux version, should i wait or are there some already updated versions up there?

What’s wrong with Suprbay?
I haven't been able to access it for days. Anyone know when it'll be back up, or what's causing the issue? Update 02/27/23: Still down with the same message (connection timeout).

Tutorial: Avoiding copyright trolls by encoding your links as numbers.
Reposted from r/piracy, in case the subreddit gets taken down: This could be useful for those who want to share content - legal or illegal - but don't want links to be taken down. NOTE: I don't run any of these websites, nor do I develop any of the tools mentioned. I just found them through web searches. This is based on what Phil Carmody did with DeCSS (i.e. finding a 1401-digit prime based on said software). To encode: 1. Convert the link (or file) from ASCII to HEX by pasting (or loading) it into a HEX editor's "Decoded text" field (I use HxD for this step). 2. Copy the HEX values to clipboard. 3. Go to [this page](, paste the number into the "Enter a big number" field, and select "Hexadecimal" and "Decimal" from the 2 drop-down boxes directly beneath it. Hit convert. 4. Copy the resulting number to the clipboard. 5. Go to FactorDB, paste the resulting number into the text field, and hit Enter. 6. Where it says "status (?) digits number", right-click on the link under "number" and click "Copy link location" (or equivalent function). 7. Paste the link into a text document, and copy the ID (the number at the end of the link, usually 19 digits and starting with 1100000...). 8. Paste the ID wherever you want, except r/piracy. To decode: 1. Paste the resulting ID after "http:// www dot factordb dot com/index dot php?id=", or multiply the prime factors given. 2. Go to the number converter link (given in Step 3 of the encoding process above), and repeat Step 3, but instead of converting from HEX to DEC, we're doing it the other way around. 3. Copy the resulting HEX code and paste into the HEX editor you're using. 4a. If the result is a link, copy the link and paste into your browser's address bar (best to examine the link first, in case of malware/CP). 4b. If the result is a file (i.e. it looks like gibberish in the "Decoded text" field), save it with a name reflecting the source page's title (i.e. if it's a keygen/crack, save it as [product name]_Keygen.exe). Check it with VirusTotal if you don't trust the source website. Delete if malware or CP. Here's an example ID, produced from "": 1100000004141947535 Make sure you put the IDs of your encoded links into a Pastebin paste or similar uploaded document with encode/decode instructions for backup/distribution purposes. Another possibility, if the number is relatively easy to factor (usually less than 140 digits), is to copy the prime factors (i.e. "17 4567 9043 260527 118318993678213 118344575811172420048687170089") instead of the ID. You can rearrange the factors (i.e. "17 118344575811172420048687170089 9043 118318993678213 4567 260527") if you want, to reduce the chance of copyright troll detection. I'm sure this will reduce the number of links taken down by a considerable amount. They'll likely be looking for actual links (or Base64-encoded strings), not prime factors (or 19-digit integers starting with 110000...). I think the prime factors method is more secure, as it doesn't always have the same length, unlike the DB ID method. There are plently of software tools out there for factoring numbers, of which the command-line tools YAFU and GGNFS are the easiest to set up (there are precompiled binaries available for both). If the number is too large, factoring it might not be feasible with current hardware, in which case the DB ID method is better.

Piracy 101 guide?
I have a NAS set up in my house with Open Media Vault installed. Is there a guide to getting set up torrenting? I just don't want to get into any trouble. I've never torrented before. Anybody have a guide or advice on how to start?

Let’s debunk this altogether— The Antares Auto Tune 7 Mac OS X Crack Thread
The seemingly endless quest continues. Where I currently stand— I have found and installed an authentic Antares Auto Tune 7 installer on a 2012 MBP running Mountain Lion 10.8.5. i’ve already tried overriding iLok by: - creating a ghost folder in path /Applications/iLok with copied lib “cracked” files— no dice. - adding a “cracked” folder to usr folder— also no dice. I’m able to *bounce* files in a very finicky manner, being cautious of adding the edit last as a plug-in before bouncing a stem, and it’s been 50/50 with functionality. I own authentic licenses of Waves Tune & Waves Tune Real-Time, yet, they just don’t provide that specific capability and smoothness that Antares has. I’ve tried a myriad of settings to try and get it to emulate, yet it fails to provide the specific sound I’m looking for. The issue at hand appears to be: - overriding iLok authentication/registration - force-booting a “full crack” offline - consistently running instances of Auto Tune 7 without having to walk on eggshells to get the plug-in to operate at the cracked level (where I’m currently at, it’s essentially just a bonafide “trial” I guess) Any/all help is beyond appreciated. Bonus: Auto Tune 5 would be more than ideal. I’m OK if I even need to purchase the original iLok USB hub because at this point I just want/need this to work, I’m just **not** paying $300+ for an Antares License. 🏴‍☠️

Sorry for the delay on registration approvals
I'm getting to them as they come in.

how to get Steam achievements for pirated games?
While I can easily afford Hogwarts Legacy, I don't want to support JK Rowling, so I will probably pirate the game. However, I'd still like to get Steam Achievements. Is it somehow possible to trick Steam into thinking I'm playing a game shared by Family Sharing or something?

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