SuperTorrents (sister site of STMusic - see previous post) is currently open for new signups. You will not require and invitation code to join the site in the next two weeks. ST doesn't open their doors that often (if i am correct it was in December 2007 they last had open signups) so this is a good chance for all those who were looking forward to get in.

SuperTorrents is a well respected 0day tracker in the bittorrent community. The site suffered from several setbacks in the recent past with the sysop getting hacked as well as several uploaders leaving the site. However it is still a good source for 0day and general content so grab this chance while you have it.

All new users (and existing users) will receive 1GB upload credit upon account confirmation. You will need to login within 20 mins after registration to activate the account.


Site Name: SuperTorrents (ST)

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  1. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/22/2008 05:43:00 PM  

    For those interested, C-Zone tracker is still open.

  2. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/22/2008 05:48:00 PM  

    Also there are around 1200 spots left in (TB)

  3. NIPUL // 7/22/2008 10:30:00 PM  

    hi LST,
    i wanted to know what is KGB Archiver,
    i have seen a 4 Mb file which has vista and MS office in it.
    how is this possible.
    pls explain about this if you know.

  4. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/23/2008 12:32:00 AM  

    The software (KGB archiver) is the real deal. It's an archive utility with somewhat higher compression ratios than both WinZip and winrar.

    But i'm not too sure about those insanely highly compressed files. They are probably fake but i have never tried unzipping one of those. Why? Because it takes (or it says it does) days to uncompress them. I don't think it's practically possible to achieve such a high compression ratio specially on software which surely do not have that much amount of redundant data.

    See developer released ratios here:

    I've tried compressing the same file with Winzip, Winrar and KGB. KGB had the best ratio but it was nothing like the ones published online.

    Decompression it takes a lot of system resources and time so that is a downside as well.