Great news if you were looking forward to get into FunFile, a long standing general/0day torrent tracker with lots of members and torrents. After being closed for more than a year, FF has finally opened public registrations to allow some new blood in. Although there is no official word from the site about open signups, it appears that there is room for another ~2500 new users. As you may have already guessed, FunFile tracks everything from 0Day scene release packs to movies, music, games, television shows, e-books, software, portable applications and more. It has a unique layout, a bonus system based on credits, secure HTTPS connectivity, advanced search features and a large torrent index with nearly 20000 active torrents.
Although it’s been online for several years, this tracker has had its share of conflicts, controversies and internal disputes. Actually, it was one of these disputes that caused a breakaway faction of staff to start PreToMe (PTM) tracker. However, most of the issues occurred under a different ownership and right now, FF is a far more stable private tracker. The site is looking pretty good in terms of statistics with around 15000 registered users and around 19000 active torrents (29000 total).
As for the content, you can find pretty much everything you’d look for in a General/0day tracker on FunFile. It has some massive packs, it has 0day releases and it tracks both scene and P2P uploads. The newest change regarding packs was announced a couple of days ago:
Effective immediately, we have a new 0day category for uploads. This will house all the scene-released apps including PC, Linux, Mac, iPhone, iPad and more in daily uploaded packs. These packs will be accessible to Power Users and above and will be freeleech indefinitely. This allows you to grab whichever apps you wish from the daily pack while boosting ratio, but do ensure to seed back the required 72 hours and/or a 1:1 ratio.
Some of the torrent packs you can find on FunFile can be seen in the screenshot below:
As said earlier, signups for FF are currently open and you no longer need an invite key or a registration code to create an account. Although there is no official word from the site about open signups, this was hinted in a previous news post:
In an effort to increase our site members, we will have open registration soon so feel free to introduce your friends and family & show them the ropes. However, please note, duplicate accounts on the same connection are NOT permitted. Period.
Assuming the sites would remain open until the maximum user limit is reached, there is still room around around 2500 new members. If you are interested, feel free to check it out.
Site Name: FunFile (https://www.funfile.org)
Signup URL: https://www.funfile.org/signup.php