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    • Bommuraj Paramaraj

      Important Security Advisory   06/07/2016

      On June 6th, 2016, BitTorrent was made aware of a security issue involving the vendor which powers our forums.
      The vulnerability appears to have been through one of the vendor’s other clients, however it allowed attackers to access some information on other accounts. As a result, attackers were able to download a list of our forum users. We are investigating further to learn if any other information was accessed.Our vendor has made backend changes so that the hashes in the file do not appear to be a usable attack vector. As a precaution, we are advising our users to change their passwords. While the passwords may not be used as a vector on the forums, those hashed passwords should be considered compromised. Anyone using the same password for forums as well as other places is strongly advised to update their passwords and/or practice good personal security practices.

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  2. Used utorrent for years and decided it was time to pay back. So, I bought Pro. As soon as I installed it I had a load of files saying, "exceeds system limits" I have changed it to different directories (NTS and FAT) Nada works!@#$ Problema two, When torrent is finished it will move the file into COMPLETE....but...it's not complete. caca!
  3. Yesterday
  4. Highly doubt it, since I run exactly the same program on my other pc and everything works fine.
  5. F-secure 12. Could it be the issue?
  6. What internet security software do you have installed?
  7. The way to make this work is to have the directory structure NOT change AT ALL between versions of the torrent. Only add files or remove files, don't rename or mode. However, given your target content, you're probably better off using Amazon S3 for storage and use their system to make single-file torrents instead.
  8. You need to get the second drive working in windows before you can use it in uTorrent. That's beyond our support.
  9. Hello, I have quite a strange problem. Whenever I try to download a torrent from TPB, etc, it shows "Finding peers" DHT - waiting for announce... and all trackers show "connection timed out". BUT, I have other devices on the same router that work just fine whether via wifi or LAN. Also I CAN download torrents from my home country on this same PC from specific website, although I'm not sure if other websites would work, because I haven't tried, but this problem seems specific for all other torrents except for the ones from this website, or my home country. This problem only started after upgrading from Win7 to Win10. My PC is quite old, to be fair. Could it be some kind of issue with LAN card drivers? I actually managed to download some torrents with another popular torrent application, but it soon stopped working as well...
  10. Hi i have a problem im not sure where to post. I have filled up a external "TOSHIBA CONNECT II 3TB" which im currently seeding on the E: drive. My problem: I want to keep seeding those torrents that are attached to that External HD/E:Drive, however i also want to connect another "TOSHIBA CONNECT II 3TB" while doing that. But when i connect a 2nd "TOSHIBA CONNECT II 3TB" at the same time ii dont get a pop up for both Externals on my pc, instead i see them both as "E:Drive" And i can only open the folder/directories of the external thats currently seeding, ie the filled one and not the empty. What can i do to be able to have both Externals plugged and showing on my pc so i can assign torrents to that one to without everything becoming a mess ? Edit: I tried connecting a 2tb seagate external and that one actually does pop up, so what exactly is causing the issue on this one, is it because theyre the exact same harddrive type/size/company ?
  11. turned off the low_cpu value in advanced?
  12. Yeap. Such a problem does exist. Approximately, with version 3.3.0, utorrent learned to monitor the query time to the disk and after that the maximum speeds became lower, but the latencies in other programs decreased. Unfortunately, it is still impossible to adjust this.
  13. All is correct. During installation, utorrent downloads from the network of third-party software and installs it. So the detected infection is absolutely correctly determined. The utorrent installer is the source of the PUA.
  14. As an option, try rolling back to version and checking how it works on it. Settings and torrents remain. I have already several times there is a serious and strange problems (heisenbug's) with versions 3.4.8 - 3.5.0 that I did not find that at least some reasonable explanation. P.S. In the folder where the client is installed, there should be a folder "updates" and in it should be previous versions.
  15. It is extremely unlikely that the problem with the disconnecting all internet in general in the client. Probably the drivers for the network card and / or the chipset are to blame. Also, it's possible that some kind of curved security software has been installed that can process connections from the browser, but from a slightly larger number of them from the torrent client can not. In addition, the potential culprit may be a router (if it is used). P.S. Also, please specify which version of the OS you are using.
  16. Apparently the developers again crammed a very fat ad, it eats the resource.
  17. that is quite surprising, but it should not be like this.
  18. How can it be dead if he's downloading at 1007.1kB/s?
  19. Ok, so windows disk cache stupidity.
  20. I am seeding a large torrent, some 302GB, and uTorrent slowly (over hours) grows to use all available memory, more than 5GB of my 8GB computer. Stopping uTorrent immediately results in recovery of the RAM. I have repeated this several times to ensure it can be reproduced. This version is working fine on another computer with smaller torrent files. I have attached a screen capture showing this. RAM use is near 7.5GB, drops to less than 2GB when uTorrent is stopped, The dip mid-picture is when I logged in, the next little dip is when I stopped BOINC, and the big cliff is when I stopped uTorrent. This upload just failed for the third time with "There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200". The file was 111k JPEG. Ahh, it seemed to not like a blank in the name.
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  22. Preferences screenshot
  23. And preferences - directories?
  24. Here you go. Screenshot of error
  25. Screenshot of the error please.
  26. What the heck is going on. After using uTorrent for years, it is suddenly giving me this error message. I am NOT trying to write to a disk on the network. I am writing to the disk that uTorrent is installed, specifically C:\torrents\downloads. Any ideas on how to solve this problem would be greatly appreciated. uTorrent is running under Win 7 ultimate 32 bit.
  27. Then there are no seeders then if that is the case. At which point you can do nothing otherwise you need to contact the site hosting the torrent and tell them about a dead link.
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