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UTS English PolishTracker News

h, 2018-02-19 23:50
ReaperEngine 1.2.0

The new version of the engine has added ability to exchange bonus points, weekly statistics for the account, ability to change the format of the date on the torrents list, etc. As always, more information can be found in the change log.

NOTE! The formula for counting bonus points has changed. Changes are currently not reflected in the FAQ. The number of points for newer torrents has been increased (in some cases even several dozen times).

NOTE! The formula will probably change several times in the near future before it will be updated in the FAQ. This should not be a problem considering the new column in the bonus tab showing the amount of bonus points earned per hour for a given torrent.

UTS English nCore-News

h, 2018-02-19 23:50
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Dear Users!


In line with the requirements of the 21st century, our official Discord server opened with our IRC channels, where you can quickly get information about the site, get help, or talk to your users.
You can find the information you need to connect here!


The nCore Staff

UTS English IndieTorrents News

h, 2018-02-19 23:50
Donation Drive

Unfortunately, it's that time again. Thanks to your support we're still here after about 14 years and we'd love to stick around a while longer.

At this point in time, our costs are paid for and covered for the next month or two. We are also looking into switching to a more affordable host in the near future.

Any donation you can make would be greatly appreciated and help keep #IT alive. Do NOT use the donation link found on our site. In order to donate, you need to manually send a gift/payment to donations@automatonbrewing.net via paypal as friends and family.

In order to receive that pretty heart next to your name, if you don't have one already from previous donations, you need to make sure you include your username as a note on the donation. It'll take us a few days at a time to cross-check everything, but if you don't see one next to your name within 48 hours or so after donation, send a staff pm and we'll get you taken care of!

UTS English Company Injected Virus Like DRM into its distribution

h, 2018-02-19 20:59
A thread on Reddit exploded as a user noticed FlightSimLabs, who makes add-ons for flight sims, injecting an extremely controversial DRM in their software. It is so far-fetched that it can steal passwords and account info from browsers, being classified as malicious software by antivirus products.

Lefteris Kalamaras from FlightSimLabs has now issued a statement on their official forum of the company in response to the commotion, as Tweakers.net reports today. In his post, he claims that the file, which is called "test.exe", would only be used for versions of the installer that have been designated as an illegal copy. Now, that sounds a little confusing, let me clear that up a little: all (including official) software and released get this tool included, but as soon as a serial number is a mismatch, they install/activate the "DRM".

So, that means that they deliberately injected the code, they state: "There is a specific method that we use at serial numbers that have been identified as illegal copies and that are circulating on The Pirate Bay, RuTracker, and other malicious sites."

---- EDIT - 19FEB2018 0330UTC ----
Hello all,
I would like to further address some of the controversy that has taken place this evening.I want to reiterate and reaffirm that we as a company and as flight simmers would never do anything to knowingly violate the trust that you have placed in us by not only buying our products but supporting them and FlightSimLabs. While the majority of our customers understand that the fight against piracy is a difficult and ongoing battle that sometimes requires drastic measures, we realize that a few of you were uncomfortable with this particular method which might be considered to be a bit heavy handed on our part. It is for this reason we have uploaded an updated installer that does not include the DRM check file in question. I want to thank you all for voicing your concerns in a considerate manner on our forums and elsewhere. We do listen to our customers because without you, there would be no FlightSimLabs.

Here's the link to the updated A320-X v232 installer.

--- END EDIT ---

Hello all,

we were made aware there is a reddit thread started tonight regarding our latest installer and how a tool is included in it, that indescriminantly dumps Chrome passwords. That is not correct information - in fact, the reddit thread was posted by a person who is not our customer and has somehow obtained our installer without purchasing. I'd like to shed some light on what is actually going on.

1) First of all - there are no tools used to reveal any sensitive information of any customer who has legitimately purchased our products. We all realize that you put a lot of trust in our products and this would be contrary to what we believe.

2) There is a specific method used against specific serial numbers that have been identified as pirate copies and have been making the rounds on ThePirateBay, RuTracker and other such malicious sites.

3) If such a specific serial number is used by a pirate (a person who has illegally obtained our software) and the installer verifies this against the pirate serial numbers stored in our server database, it takes specific measures to alert us. "Test.exe" is part of the DRM and is only targeted against specific pirate copies of copyrighted software obtained illegally. That program is only extracted temporarily and is never under any circumstances used in legitimate copies of the product. The only reason why this file would be detected after the installation completes is only if it was used with a pirate serial number (not blacklisted numbers).This method has already successfully provided information that we're going to use in our ongoing legal battles against such criminals.

We will be happy to provide further information to ensure that no customer feels threatened by our security measures - we assure you that there is nothing in our products that would ever damage the trust you have placed in our company by being our customer.

Kind regards,

Lefteris
This all started on Reddit with a user writing a post that the installer of a certain aircraft model contained a Chrome- password dumper from the provider SecurityXploded. A VirusTotal upload of the file indicates that it is identified as malicious software by about half of the antivirus products on the platform. This file would be present in the A320X software of the company.

Kalamaras described the 'tool' as about being a form of DRM:

"This method has since successfully provided information that we will use in our legal battle against criminals."
With this 'DRM' FlightSimLabs could actually gain access to personal information about owners of copies of their software, including access to e-mail or other accounts.

To cover things up, he also mentions that a new installer is on its way without that 'drm-tool' in it. It is unclear how long Kalamaras has included this tool in the installer. Kalamaras mentioned that he realizes that users 'feel uncomfortable with this method, which he feels would be on the heavy side'.

UTS English The Pirate Bay and Kodi users could face up to six years in jail in shock new rules

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
A NEW proposed legislation in Sweden could see Kodi and The Pirate Bay users face a jail term of up to six years.

The Pirate Bay and Kodi users who infringe copyright laws could soon face a lengthy jail term.

Sweden has long been regarded as taking a soft approach on online piracy but that looks set to change in the coming months.

According to Torrentfreak, new recommendations recieved by Sweden’s Minister for Justice, Heléne Fritzon, could see those breaking the law get a maximum of six years in jail.

Council of Justice member Dag Mattsson, has suggested piracy and illegal copyright crime should be split into two levels of seriousness.

“A person who has been found guilty of copyright infringement or trademark infringement of a normal grade may be sentenced to fines or imprisonment up to a maximum of two years.

“In cases of gross crimes, a person may be convicted of gross copyright infringement or gross trademark infringement and sent to prison for at least six months and not more than six years.”

The new ruling would also allow Swedish authorities to immediately confiscate certain property, such as domains names.

It’s thought the new rules could come into force as early as next year with July 1st 2019 being proposed as a start date.

Although Sweden's proposals may seem tough, the UK has far stricter ways of dealing with online piracy.

The UK government's Digital Economy Act, which came into force last year, means anyone caught sharing illegal files in the UK could now be imprisoned for up to 10 years.

Until now the maximum jail term for copyright infringement was two years but this has now been increased to a maximum of 10.

Minister of State for Digital and Culture at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Matt Hancock said: "I'm delighted the Digital Economy Act has become law.

"This legislation will help build a more connected and stronger economy.

"The Act will enable major improvements in broadband rollout, better support for consumers, better protection for children on the Internet, and further transformation of government services."

This new ruling is clearly aimed at those sharing files on a mass scale but user who watch live streams via TV players such as Kodi are also being warned.

Kieron Sharp, FACT Chief Executive, said: “Consumers need to be aware that devices that allow you access to premium pay-for TV channels without a legitimate subscription, or access to films that are not yet available to rent or buy, are illegal.

“Whilst end users are not a target, they could get swept up in one of our operations and become part of the whole criminal investigation, which could lead to prosecution alongside the suppliers, retailers and importers”

Kodi-style boxes which allow users to stream illegal content straight to their TVs have become increasingly popular over the past few years.

A recent study by YouGov suggests that over five million boxes are already in UK homes and that number is set to grow at an alarming rate.

Kodi is not illeagal but it can be used, via add-ons, to stream premium content without paying for a subscription.

With their popularity soaring, Kodi and other types of streaming services are now coming under increased pressure with many of the UK’s ISPs, government agencies, broadcasters and rights holders joining forces to disrupt the streams being pushed out across the internet.

Speaking about the measures being put in place Mr Sharp added: "You'll be aware of the Premier League case which has led to the blocking of streams by ISPs.

"With these in place what you'll find is the effectiveness of the add-ons within the boxes is being affected and there could be more in the way of blocks in the future.

"Another thing that's really quite important is the legality of accessing the content by the end users and there's likely to be changes there as well.

"If you look at the Premier League case it's clear the judge has stated that accessing those streams is unlawful.

"We also know the government is consulting on changes in the law around this type of activity.

"It's high up on their agenda and I think they realise this is an important issue.”

UTS English Bollywood makers to take action after film’s pirated copy screened in gov't-run bus

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
Just three days into it nationwide release, and ‘Aiyaary’ has already found itself tangled in the piracy web. This came to light when commuters travelling by a government-run Shivneri bus from Mumbai to Pune, took offence and shared videos and photos of the film being screened.

Aghast at the reports the film’s producer Jayantilal Gada vowed to take action and expressed his shock questioning how a government-run division could make such a mistake and give way to piracy.

Reports allege that this, however, is not an isolated case as one of the frequent commuters on the route claimed that many other new releases are also telecasted in the bus, but not many complain.

Meanwhile, ‘Aiyaary’ which has been directed by Neeraj Pandey, is performing fairly well at the domestic box-office with a total of Rs 11.75 crore in its kitty recorded thus far.

UTS English European filmmakers call for political action against piracy

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
A grouping of some 150 filmmakers writing under the auspices of the Société civile des Auteurs Réalisateurs Producteurs have signed an open letter in support for European films. They are asking European institutions and EU member states to make the fight against piracy “an absolute and common priority” and have also requested the application of the ‘country of destination’ rule, and the continuation of the EU’s Media Program.

Among the signatories are directors such as Ken Loach, Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Claude Lelouch, Isabel Coixet, Luca Guadagnino, and Fernado Trueba.

“European culture means putting together all singularities, all ways of life and points of view, all traditions, languages and histories that define each country. At the time of Brexit and rising nationalisms, Europe must understand that its strength lies in its ability to trigger dialogue between the Union and specific nations and identities. This is a strength, not a weakness; failing to grasp such a duality would lead to our ruin,” they say.

“We filmmakers carry out a European project truly dedicated to creation, with cultural exception as a rule. We are convinced that the digital era is a great opportunity for creation and the circulation of films: diversity can thus be shown in each Member State, to all audiences. There is no such thing as small or big European state when it comes to creation; there is a rich and incredible variety of perspectives,” they add.

According to the signatories, the digital era, with new technologies and practices, must be the occasion to provide strong visions and political ambitions, and with key political decisions about to be made this year with important consequences at hand, they claim:

“Fighting against piracy is an absolute and common priority for European institutions and Member States. Each film, and each aspect of the working process to carry it through, have a value! There is a possibility for a greater Europe of Creation if we, at the heart of the digital economy, reaffirm our commitment to the defence of fundamental rights and a balanced sharing of values between all actors of the chain,” they assert.

“Besides, the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market is a unique opportunity to ensure that authors earn fair, proportional and inalienable remuneration when their films and audiovisual works are watched on digital platforms. It is time to put in place a European mechanism that guarantee authors a fair remuneration for the on-demand exploitation of their works all around Europe,” they suggest.

In terms of applying the ‘country of destination’ rule and the principle of territoriality to keep their ecosystem virtuous, the filmmakers note that a video platform or broadcaster that benefits from the broadcast of a film can in no way be exempted from contributing to the financing of its creation. “In the frame of the Audiovisual Media Services directive (AVMS), we must ensure that each broadcast which aims audiences from a Member State, whatever its medium to reach audiences (platform, free or on demand TV channels, terrestrial or digital broadcasting), strictly applies the rules of the country,” they stress, suggesting that the ‘country of destination’ rule will enable each Member State to freely define the degree of investment of all actors (including video platforms) in the production of works at the national scale, and thus to lead its cultural policy at the service of creative diversity. “Moreover, the 30 per cent rate of European works in digital platform catalogues, such as established in the revised directive, is only a floor rate, leaving all scope for Member States to set the limit higher,” they point out.

“In the frame of this new AMS directive, let’s also ensure actual and efficient controlling for these broadcast and contribution duties to be respected, and for any actor who would not fulfil them to be condemned with penalties. Let this be guaranteed by an independent European authority that would be powerful enough to impose its decisions, or by regulatory institutions in each country,” they say.

“We also stand for the principle of territoriality and its application throughout Europe, rejecting the broadcast of works in countries where rights have not been purchased. In the frame of the cable and satellite regulation, we must ensure that filmmakers and the most fragile film industries have all necessary means at their disposal to finance their works and that any circumvention strategy is fought against.”

They note that for more than 25 years, the European Commission MEDIA Programme has played a key role for the vitality of cultural diversity. “For instance, a third of the movies produced in Europe have benefited from a support for their distribution and circulation throughout Europe, and since 2001, MEDIA has sponsored 14 films that later got a Palme d’Or,” they advise.

“Being already one of the smallest European Commission sponsoring programme and the only one dedicated to our industry, the MEDIA Programme is currently at the heart of European budgetary debates and its funds could be further reduced. In awareness of its key role in supporting films and having audiences discover them, let’s continue and reinforce this programme, a true symbol of Europe’s attachment to cinema. There are too many challenges at stake: let’s give ourselves the means to reach our objectives and imagine new ways of cooperation for a better production, promotion and circulation of works,” they suggest.

In terms of fair taxation, they note that while citizens and small or medium-sized companies take part in collective efforts by paying taxes on territories where they make business, the FANGs companies (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Netflix) and some global actors are ‘legally’ exempted from doing so, or only contribute in a ridiculously minimal way. “Such injustice infuriates people and increases unfair competition between virtuous and non-virtuous actors. FANGs are American companies that benefit from the political support of their country of origin. To keep a strong position in the future, Europe has to create laws that are fitted for the current digital world, so as to impose fair rules; should it not be so, this would lead to the arising of ‘anti-culture paradise states’ inside the Union itself, like Trojan horses of the mainstream,” they warn.

In calling for Europe and cinema to be brought together even more closely, they suggest that innovative solutions are also necessary. “Let’s take advantage of the digital era so there are no longer white areas where works are unavailable. Cinema must permeate all territories, in all its diversity; a European indexing tool would encourage the circulation of films in the Member States where they remain unavailable several years after their initial release,” they suggest.

“Let’s work together with platforms and urge them to editorialise European cinema and promote it in the eyes of millions of viewers in EU-Member States. When transposing the directive into national legislation, let’s have ambition for these services and, country after country, go beyond the floor rate of 30 per cent of European works which will be soon mandatory through EU law,” they declare.

“Lastly, let’s promote our most beautiful creative works through a ‘Festival of European filmmakers’ showing the award-winning films of each country and traveling in all European capital cities. Let’s invite audiences to support European diversity,” they say.

“All of us, creators, citizens or political actors, let’s join forces on common values and culture that bring us together. Filmmakers and citizens are carefully following the debates that are being held right now between the European Commission, the Council and the Parliament. Facing such deadlines, let’s proudly stand for a lively European cinema, available to the most people possible, broadcast by all means possible, inside and outside our continent. Let’s be up to this challenge,” they conclude.

UTS English Guarding Against Piracy: New Platform Claims

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
Piracy remains the main deterrent for the growth of online movie theaters. Tougher anti-piracy laws around the world and blocking pirate sites have been effective, but any digital file can still be stolen and movies are no exception. This is why there needs to be further protection for online movie theaters.

The MoviesChain by TVzavr platform, presented at Berlin International Film Festival opened February 15th, uses unique technological coding that has been developed by TVzavr specialists. It makes video content significantly more resistant to illegal copying. The primary purpose of the platform is to help independent filmmakers reach viewers directly.

It’s no secret that small movie companies are affected more by Internet piracy than the major studios are. Low-budget filmmakers work to find distributors around the world, but pirates end up distributing illegal copies on the Internet and take away what is already a limited opportunity to earn money from rentals.

MoviesChain by TVzavr uses blockchain technology that makes transactions between filmmakers and viewers as transparent as possible. Films can start making money from every view just about as soon as they premiere at film festivals. Pirates will lose the speed that makes their illegal services attractive. What’s more, the movies distributed through MoviesChain by TVzavr will be impossible to copy.

?The platform allows intermediaries between rightsholders and end users to be eliminated and has the potential to bring the entire film market to a new level. It is a real chance for independent producers to show their content around the world without having to rely on assistance from hundreds of distributers. Instead, everything can be done with one click,? – says Elena Khlebnikova, Content Director at TVzavr.

UTS English Top Torrent Sites That Are Still Working in 2018

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
At the start of 2017, KickassTorrents and Torrentz.eu, which are two of the major players in the torrenting scene disappeared. Luckily, its places have been filled with torrent sites that are still working up until this moment.

The Pirate Bay

One of the top torrent sites that are currently available is The Pirate Bay. This website was dubbed as the galaxy’s most robust BitTorrent site. As a matter of fact, it has evaded numerous shutdowns and domain attacks in past few years.

Moreover, TBP has a simple interface, a wide variety of torrents, and minimal advertisements all contribute to the site’s popularity. If you’re looking for a substitute for KickassTorrents, then The Pirate Bay is here for you.

YTS.AG

Even though YTS.ag is in not associated with the original YTS or YIFY group, it has successfully taken its place as one of the top torrent sites alternatives. Nonetheless, not all other torrent sites are pleased with the ‘brand hijack’ and more than a few are aggressively forbidding its releases.

Moreover, it’s worth mentioning that YTS is known for its visual appearance. Its home page now only features a search page, which has been somewhat similar to other torrent sites. The pirated contents generally fuel YTS but the interface is just enough to give a tough rivalry to some prevalent streaming sites.

RARBG

RARBG started out as a Bulgarian tracker and soon has gained the consideration of many video pirates. The movies and TV-shows with a RARBG tag are a typical sight on other torrent indexes too. This website was founded in 2008 and made its first entrance in the top ten torrent sites in 2015.

1337X

The 1337X has also made it to the list. It recently emerged after the death of KAT and ExtraTorrent. This torrent site was founded in 2007 and a full refurbishment of the site brought an enormous jump in traffic.

Unluckily, the 1337X had faced some issues a year ago. Several of its admins and moderators complained over safety concerns. Nonetheless, there has been a lot of progress which has been made after the said issue. In fact, the site has improved; it kept growing in traffic, and recently released a new design.

Limetorrents.cc

The Limetorrents.cc was able to regain a spot in the top ten this year. The torrent site’s operator also rolled out the torrent cache iTorrents a few months ago. This has been utilized by a number of other torrent search engines.

In addition, this torrent site has been one of the best sites because it regularly updates its content. Apart from that, it also features separate web pages where it offers updated lists for the top 100 torrents that are trending the most and the newest torrents that have been uploaded to the site.

Zooqle
Zooqle has been a moderately new name in the BitTorrent world. But then, it is rising in the top torrent charts pretty fast. The users of this torrent site can easily navigate and look for torrent files since it has a clean interface.

The content which can be found in Zooqle is generally TV Show torrents and Movie Torrents. But then, the popular torrent site also hosts torrents that are connected to software, video games, and others.

UTS English CRTC's dilemma: balance consumer and telecom's feelings on broadcast's future

h, 2018-02-19 19:45
TORONTO — A warning from Canada’s biggest media companies that their survival is under threat from unregulated foreign rivals and illicit content pirates has sparked a massive influx of submissions to the federal telecommunications regulator from consumers with little sympathy for their cause.

Midway through a 30-day public consultation that is open until March 1, more than 5,440 responses have been posted with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission — predominantly focused on one issue.

There’s been a huge outpouring of criticism against an anti-piracy proposal launched last month by a coalition led by BCE Inc., the owner of the CTV television network and specialty channels such as TSN.

“Those numbers are pretty remarkable,” said University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist, an outspoken critic of the industry’s calls for increased protections.

FairPlay Canada, which also includes Rogers Communications Inc., Cineplex Inc., the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. and others, are calling for a new federal agency to locate and shut down websites that are portals for pirated content.

But the organization shouldn’t be surprised that the public is actively interested in how the internet is run, Geist said.

“I think they realize that we’re all dependent on the internet for so many aspects of our lives.”

In fact, many of Canada’s major media companies have said that the life-blood of their industry — money — is flowing through the internet to unregulated foreign rivals and to illegal websites that haven’t paid for content rights.

For BCE, which owns the Bell Canada telecommunications business in addition to its media holdings, the problem is multi-pronged.

Not only must BCE help pay for Canadian content, it wrote, but its deep-pocketed foreign rivals like Netflix are bidding up the price of Canadian rights to foreign programs — primarily popular American television shows.

“We rely on this content to bring in audiences and advertising dollars, which then supports the production of Canadian content,” Bell said.

And while the Trudeau government seems determined to support Canadian content as a cultural imperative, there’s little consensus on how to accomplish that goal.

Heritage Minister Melanie Joly has given the CRTC until June 1 to submit a report to cabinet that outlines the possible future of the broadcast distribution system, including how it can support Canadian content.

But many of the public submissions about the future form of the industry, like those about content piracy, are unsympathetic to the domestic industry’s concerns about being required to fund Canadian content as they have in the past.

“Yes, some of these program choices would perish without such imposition,” replied Peter Adler of Edmonton. “This begs the question: so what?”

The industry’s answer: there’s a lot of money and potentially thousands of jobs at stake.

In one of its submissions, BCE points to statistics that show Canada’s private conventional television industry had $121 million in pre-tax losses in 2016, according to the most figures compiled for the CRTC.

BCE also pointed to statistics that show Canada’s conventional TV broadcasters employed about 5,300 staff people in 2016 — about 16 per cent fewer than in 2012.

Other big regulated Canadian media companies — which include Rogers Communications Ltd., Corus Entertainment Inc. and the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. — also complained about the erosion of their businesses from foreign interlopers.

When it comes to solutions, however, unity is harder to come by.

Bell has asked for a simplified regulatory environment so it can compete both domestically and globally.

Rogers said that “over-the-top” services such as Netflix and app-based television can’t continue to get a “free ride” and calls for a regulatory framework that applies rules equally to similar distribution platforms.

Corus would like to see an eventual deregulation of Canada’s broadcasting industry but, in the meantime, calls for incentives, rather than legislative obligations, for private-sector broadcasters.

For its part, the CBC proposed increasing its funding from government so it can be ad-free — thus making more of Canada’s television advertising pie available to its private-sector cousins.

Content piracy was one of the few areas where the domestic companies have spoken with one voice, through the FairPlay coalition.

But Geist — an advocate of net neutrality that doesn’t give preference to one content provider over another — said anti-piracy coalition hasn’t made a convincing case for giving the CRTC a mandate to block websites.

For one thing, Geist said, Canada’s copyright law provides some of the strongest anti-piracy rules in the world.

For another, he added, the CRTC and the proposed Independent Piracy Review Agency shouldn’t be empowered to order internet service providers to block websites that are alleged to be content pirates.

In Geist’s opinion, the regulator doesn’t have the expertise to make judgement calls about the legality of content online because that invariably involves disputes over copyright, intellectual property, hate crimes and defamation.

“It’s courts that are far better suited to be able to weigh the evidence and make those decisions,” he said.

And as for the survival of Canadian content in the digital age, Geist said that there has been actually “massive growth” thanks largely to what Netflix has spent because it needs original content.

“The experience to date is that this represents an tremendous opportunity, not a risk.”

UTS English Flight Sim Company Embeds Malware to Steal Pirates’ Passwords

h, 2018-02-19 18:47
Flight sim company FlightSimLabs has found itself in trouble after installing malware onto users' machines as an anti-piracy measure. Code embedded in its A320-X module contained a mechanism for detecting 'pirate' serial numbers distributed on The Pirate Bay, which then triggered a process through which the company stole usernames and passwords from users' web browsers.


Anti-piracy systems and DRM come in all shapes and sizes, none of them particularly popular, but one deployed by flight sim company FlightSimLabs is likely to go down in history as one of the most outrageous.


It all started yesterday on Reddit when Flight Sim user ‘crankyrecursion’ reported a little extra something in his download of FlightSimLabs’ A320X module.


“Using file ‘FSLabs_A320X_P3D_v2.0.1.231.exe’ there seems to be a file called ‘test.exe’ included,” crankyrecursion wrote.


“This .exe file is from Home Page - www.SecurityXploded.com and is touted as a ‘Chrome Password Dump’ tool, which seems to work – particularly as the installer would typically run with Administrative rights (UAC prompts) on Windows Vista and above. Can anyone shed light on why this tool is included in a supposedly trusted installer?”


The existence of a Chrome password dumping tool is certainly cause for alarm, especially if the software had been obtained from a less-than-official source, such as a torrent or similar site, given the potential for third-party pollution.


However, with the possibility of a nefarious third-party dumping something nasty in a pirate release still lurking on the horizon, things took an unexpected turn. FlightSimLabs chief Lefteris Kalamaras made a statement basically admitting that his company was behind the malware installation.


“We were made aware there is a Reddit thread started tonight regarding our latest installer and how a tool is included in it, that indiscriminately dumps Chrome passwords. That is not correct information – in fact, the Reddit thread was posted by a person who is not our customer and has somehow obtained our installer without purchasing,” Kalamaras wrote.


“[T]here are no tools used to reveal any sensitive information of any customer who has legitimately purchased our products. We all realize that you put a lot of trust in our products and this would be contrary to what we believe.


“There is a specific method used against specific serial numbers that have been identified as pirate copies and have been making the rounds on ThePirateBay, RuTracker and other such malicious sites,” he added.


In a nutshell, FlightSimLabs installed a password dumper onto ALL users’ machines, whether they were pirates or not, but then only activated the password-stealing module when it determined that specific ‘pirate’ serial numbers had been used which matched those on FlightSimLabs’ servers.


“Test.exe is part of the DRM and is only targeted against specific pirate copies of copyrighted software obtained illegally. That program is only extracted temporarily and is never under any circumstances used in legitimate copies of the product,” Kalamaras added.


That didn’t impress Luke Gorman, who published an analysis slamming the flight sim company for knowingly installing password-stealing malware on users machines, even those who purchased the title legitimately.


Password stealer in action (credit: Luke Gorman)


https://torrentfreak.com/images/pass-steal-e1519054012686.png


Making matters even worse, the FlightSimLabs chief went on to say that information being obtained from pirates’ machines in this manner is likely to be used in court or other legal processes.


“This method has already successfully provided information that we’re going to use in our ongoing legal battles against such criminals,” Kalamaras revealed.


While the use of the extracted passwords and usernames elsewhere will remain to be seen, it appears that FlightSimLabs has had a change of heart. With immediate effect, the company is pointing customers to a new installer that doesn’t include code for stealing their most sensitive data.


“I want to reiterate and reaffirm that we as a company and as flight simmers would never do anything to knowingly violate the trust that you have placed in us by not only buying our products but supporting them and FlightSimLabs,” Kalamaras said in an update.


“While the majority of our customers understand that the fight against piracy is a difficult and ongoing battle that sometimes requires drastic measures, we realize that a few of you were uncomfortable with this particular method which might be considered to be a bit heavy handed on our part. It is for this reason we have uploaded an updated installer that does not include the DRM check file in question.”


To be continued………


Source:TorrentFreak.com

UTS English Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent – 02/19/18

h, 2018-02-19 16:57
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'Justice League' tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Thor Ragnarok'. 'Pitch Perfect 3' completes the top three.


This week we have four newcomers in our chart.


Justice League is the most downloaded movie.


The data for our weekly download chart is estimated by TorrentFreak, and is for informational and educational reference only. All the movies in the list are Web-DL/Webrip/HDRip/BDrip/DVDrip unless stated otherwise.


This week’s most downloaded movies are:


Movie Rank Rank last week Movie name IMDb Rating / Trailer 1 (7) Justice League 7.1 / trailer 2 (2) Thor Ragnarok 8.1 / trailer 3 (…) Pitch Perfect 3 6.2 / trailer 4 (1) Coco 8.9 / trailer 5 (4) The Shape of Water (DVDScr) 8.0 / trailer 6 (…) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 8.3 / trailer 7 (3) Daddy’s Home 2 6.0 / trailer 8 (…) Lady Bird 7.7 / trailer 9 (8) Blade Runner 2049 8.9 / trailer 10 (…) The Gateway 5.9 / trailer


Most downloaded movies via torrents


Source:TorrentFreak.com

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