>implying freetard desktop clients are as good as uTorrent 2.2.1
Why do you people lie about Deluge, qBittorrent, and Transmission being better when they are clearly not?
How about you fix your shitty torrent clients so they actually perform better than a 3 year old closed source torrent client?
>Windows torrent clients
>meanwhile rTorrent is still unrivaled
I use vuze because i like the amount of plugins it has. I know it's botnet tier, but I've got it configured perfectly so it works completely automatic, including maintaining my ratio at 10.
What does the bittorrent protocol have to do with security?
You are an absolute idiot if you think using old, deprecated, unpatched versions of networking software is a good idea.
Can OP never make a fucking decent thread where OP doesn't bash things with 0 evidence?
OP, why do you make shitty posts like this?
Are you hoping to get laughs?
Are you hoping to get pity for your autism?
What the hell is the point of all these private trackers?
I like the minimum ratio thing, but why do they have to be private? Why can't I just download and seed with an account?
Do you guys think TimeWarner and the NSA don't have What.CD accounts?
Yes there is.its called Processor thread or as many referred as Intel vs AMD.Its about bunch of fags that dont know shit about cpu technology and shitpost about how many FPS intel has in Asscreed(a game that runs on 5 year old hardware but not on hardware from 2014) and how AMD isnt doing anything about it and how they only add more cores.There are always few people that know what the fuck they are talking about but they quit after few posts because autism takes over the discussion.
Then your internet connection a shit. If you're running the latest version, it only stalls if there are no peers with pieces you don't have or if it can't connect to any peers. Might be your ISP.
>Untrusted search path vulnerability in uTorrent 2.0.3 and earlier
Nice try stallman
You're missing the point- what about the others? If a vulnerability was discovered today, you would be using a version with a known vulnerability.
Or rather, what about ones that were patched before being discovered? I mean- ones that were patched without a bug report ever being filed.
Yeah, discovered by the good guys you mean.
When discovered by a bad guy, they can literally go to a torrent swarm and grab a list of IP addresses that have clients vulnerable to the exploit they found.
Feel secure yet?
I use rtorrent with rutorrent (through lighttpd), and it's the best client I've tried.
Probably something you're doing wrong, or you were not expecting the right thing. This is great for writing a little config file, running as a daemon, then using it through rutorrent (the best web frontend there is for any client), and enjoying the best performing client that can handle several hundreds or thousands of torrents well.
Using the actual ncurses UI is not nice obviously. You should only be using that if you're a minimalist or only need to torrent something once in a while.
The reason people on private trackers like it is because it's the best performing client, and a lot of them use it on seedboxes, and rutorrent is the best web frontend there is.