But the most common torrent standards corporation, TPB (The Pirate Bay), operates a private system that requires no membership. Everything in the system is selective. Only established torrent application are allowed and newbies are barred.
As with other popular private trackers, torrent sites often spam search engines by paying a hacker to place malicious payloads on a higher search results page. That way, when a user searches for a movie on a site like The Pirate Bay, the loader automatically starts download a virus that infects his computer. That’s why it’s important to download only via trusted torrent applications.
Torrents are distributed as a file and when the user gets the link, he can download the torrent file. The first time the user opens that link, he needs to be warned – the link takes him to the download page of the high-volume torrent servers. It will ask for permissions to install a piece of software from the torrent server. That means the user is now in a download condition. If he agrees, the software is downloaded and the installation begins. The user is now in frontend mode.
After the install is complete, the user is now in the frontend. The torrent files in the internal cache on his hard disk will be opened and his hard disk is ready for action. The hard disk contains a good portion of the movie. The rest of the content, including pictures, sound clips and text, is available to him in subsequent windows of the frontend. The user can also choose other items from the site that are relevant for the movie.
In the frontend, the user is free to look for torrents but he has to find what he's going to download and where he wants to upload it. The site has three different modes of self-explanatory help. If he’s not sure what type of file he has, he just needs to click on a file category, and he will automatically be shown some choices.
Private trackers are also an option that limits uploaders and downloaders to an exclusive group of members. This lessens the chance that a bad actor could upload something malicious, but private torrent trackers usually require an invite from an existing member. d2c66b5586