Fancy telling me where you found it, if you run it, how you know it's 10TB and then removing the post so I can mirror it properly without it being bogged down by random people hitting it.
If so I'll serve it back to everyone without bandwidth limits, data lost.
/u/iamjoshybear looks like you got us locked out, well done.
Got access from the owner, /u/oVPN_to thanks dude, mirror will be up on
~~Mirror~~,~~ leech at will.~~
DMCA hit this directory, unfairly I should add as it was generic request to our host from PRS and not an official dmca request.
I've done tons of research into VPNs and ultimately decided against Nord due to several complaints about their speed. Here's a link to That One Privacy Guy's review:
I'd recommend you take a look at:
Holy sh1t technology is great. I even found a mix I've been looking for 10 years since I lost the CD. Couldn't find it anywhere.
Not requiring personal information (except email) and offers security (AES-256): AirVPN, IVPN, Mullvad, , , , , VikingVPN. Cheapest of them is
EDIT: cheapest is AirVPN, I looked at the wrong row. is cheapest per connection
that was me who collected this stuff and this shouldn't go offline within next few days...
stuff was there for 2-3 years and have copies too, just in case any dumbster tries to send an abuse. love you!
we have to organize the share because you are leeching the server down:
Will give access to exactly 1 trustworthy person atm, any who is able to share the stuff on own server(s) too.
we have many classics in there and thats all from emule!
some index is here:
get it from emule and share it yourself! never received any abuse from this sets!
that's culture and important part of our history! ;)
Cryptostorm will do it, might have to email them and have them manually process the LTC payment. Apparently LTC is also supported by VPN providers ibVPN, and TorGuard according to
I tested 29 Windows VPN clients for DNS, IPv4 and IPv6 Leaks. Six (AirVPN, FrootVPN, IVPN, Mullvad, Perfect Privacy and SlickVPN) performed perfectly. Three others (CyberGhost, and ) hit VPN-specified nameservers directly while reconnecting after uplink interruption. They didn't hit other nameservers, but this leak does reveal hostnames being browsed. The other 20 Windows VPN clients failed in various ways. Over half leaked IPv6 packets whenever the machine was connected to the Internet. After uplink interruption, some failed to reconnect automatically, and some leaked IPv4 packets.
IVPN provided funding and technical support for this work.
this has already been posted here.
and it is not 10 TB.
/Incoming/ == 2.5 TB Total
== 1.5 TB
~~mirror is now private (closed) again, because~~ people are panic leeching the server to death and we can't even stream a single mp3 without crackling.
If you want to mirror the stuff, stick with 1 connection only. thank you.
archivist got an access and (s)he'll mirror the stuff.
we can rsync updates to any remote ssh server, send me PM with your ssh user credentials (requirements: user with rssh shell, only rsync allowed and rsync installed)
your server should have at least 1.6 TB of free space to mirror complete folder
an index is available here:
if anyone else wants to provide a public mirror: send me PM!
Mirror~~, ~~leech at will.~~
Here's a link to Defqon.1 and a few others.
PS! You will find tons of mixes from other electronic music dated back to the 80s, but the collection is by far very good.
Failed anthropologist here. I'd recommend AirVPN which I've been using for the past few years; It's run by people that believe in a free internet (activists, hackers (the good kind), et cetera), rather than those trying to make a quick buck. It's not the cheapest service (e.g. PIA) but you get what you pay for I think. It's 7EUR per month, or 54EUR per year, which is still pretty cheap in the grand scheme of things!
I haven't has speed issues and it's got a good range of servers, allows up to three devices to be connected simultaneously, and has some nifty features such as port forwarding. They also allow p2p.
Other than that I'd recommend Mullvad, or if you're looking at pricier options, IVPN or . All have pretty good track records.
They don't advertise it anywhere, they just mentioned it once in their news. Go to the news page and search for "dedicated IPv4".
Don't be scared that you get bad speeds on the servers for which they offer dedicated IPs, because they are in estern europe. Here from central europe I max out my 30mbit connection with a ping of 130ms when connected to their US server in Kansas. So I would guess that the speed is also good from the other direction.
People seem to have some bad expiriences lately with NordVPN at /r/VPNReviews.
VyprVPN does log, so I would not consider them. I would also guess that F-Secure is logging.
The only problem with AirVPN I can see in your case is the connection limit of three devices. So if you don't run the VPN on your router at home (to only use one connection for the five devices) you would need a second account. Also AirVPN only supports OpenVPN, if this is a problem for you.
Are you maybe from Europe? Because then I would recommend the VPN provider I am using:
More bangers in there.
From Markus or from all? There are tons of good mixes there. Markus used to do end of year classics mix every year that was also good. The Oakenfold Essential Mixes from 1999 were legendary. Especially the London and Ibiza ones. Here's the Ibiza one:
He was able to combine a lot of unknown tracks into something special in that mix.
VPN? Cryptostorm will do it, might have to email them and have them manually process the LTC payment. Apparently LTC is also supported by VPN providers ibVPN, and TorGuard according to
There's too much to really list them all. So many good mixes. The early WMC (World Music Conference) from South Beach, Miami, early Party 93.1 from Miami with Markus Schultz, Tiesto live in Amnesia, Ibiza 2003 and 2005, early Oakenfold, Essential Mixes, Hernan Cattaneo live, Deep Dish, Gabriel and Dresden never dissapointed. This mix of theirs won some award for the best Essential Mix ever. Then, they came back and did another great one. Above and Beyond also had a great Essential Mix or two. The style has changed a lot to faster less melodic more Skrillex type but it's making a come back.
~1.2 TB .torrent
it's missing the ~330 GB /LIVESETS/ folder
try these trackers:
Torrent added to seed but hashing needs some hours now before seeding starts!
I don't like torrent, DC++ is more flexible, or rsyncd, if you want to keep track of the directory. Just PM me.
Stellt sich die Frage, ob man einen VPN Anbieter ohne Impressum Vertrauen sollte?
>Does block ports or anything?
>We block some ports from our servers to world, mostly caused by abuses.
>- Port 25 TCP: Plain SMTP
Damit auch nur mäßig für den Alltag geeignet.
Thank you for your work, but let's make your tests a bit shorter: you will always have leaks (on windows and linux as well) if you only use standard openvpn 2.3.x client without any (at least, firewall) protection.
Why didn't you test with their Client Software for Windows?
iptables Anti-Leak script for Linux: -IPtables-Anti-Leak
You may send email from your domain to and request some time for revisiting.
Been with for a few years and never had any problems with their service. The speed and the ping (30Mbps and <40ms) is good and the servers are far from overbooked. Their client looks nice, works and has good anti-leak protection.
But before you subscribe long term, I would suggest to try them out with one of their smallest accounts for a few days to see if you get good speeds and everything works as expected.
Maybe have a look at -IPtables-Anti-Leak. That's the script for linux from my provider. It should work universally because it just takes the parameters from the OpenVPN config files for the rules. Maybe they have some rules that you don't have.
Have a look at . The servers in europe max out my 30mbps connection and have a sub 50ms ping. But the servers should be good for more. Also the servers are not overcrowded.
I did have netflix and it worked long after all the others have been blocked. But eventually the interesting servers (US and CA) got blocked, so I cancelled my subscription. A few weeks after that I did read in their forum that the admin got it working again. So maybe it is still working, I don't know for sure.
You could get an account for 24 hours (0.50 Euro) or 7 days (3 Euro) and try them out.
Have a look at .
The speed is great, they offer the config files and certificates for OpenVPN without any hassle and they offer a discount when you pay with mywirecard or cash4web, where you get a credit of 90 EUR for a card worth of 75 EUR.
I don't know much about linux, but maybe this helps: -IPtables-Anti-Leak
That's the one my VPN provider provides. It reads the OpenVPN config files and blocks everything except the server IPs with matching port and protocol. Of course this only works with IP addresses in the config files and not domain names.
SecureVPN, Perfect Privacy and are the most trusted VPN's in the carding scene. I don't support or accept criminals and unethical behaviour, but it's kind of a guarantee that these providers don't log.
Between AirVPN and PIA I would more lean towards AirVPN. Even though they both allow torrenting and offer good privacy, AirVPN doesn't offer just a stupid kill-switch but protection via the Windows-Firewall (or iptables on linux or PF on OS X) called "Network Lock" which is way superior. I don't know how good the latency is over AirVPN or PIA, so either someone else can say something about it or you have to try out yourself. BTW AirVPN offers a free three day trial so you can try them out hassle-free.
My personal recommendation, if you are from Europe, is .
Good luck with that, because firefox supports shit when it comes to proxies. I am using firefox too and don't want to use any more programs to handle proxies, but that's the sad truth.
does offer encrypted HTTP proxy (but as I already said, you can only use it with firefox if you also use 3proxy and stunnel) and it also looks like TorGuard offers it.
Even though I don't like PIA, they seem to work for a lot of people very well and I would even consider them halfway decent. So I'm really baffled hearing that they are snooping around in computers and copying files, because this is a new one for me.
Maybe you can tell us how you know that they are copying files from your computer and accessing your admin credentials of dropbox.
If you want to know which one is the fastest for you, you would have to try them out yourself.
For me works like a charm for everything, even online gaming. I just tried CS:GO on their busiest server in europe, which is also more than 800km away from me and got a steady ping of 30-35ms (in CS:GO). On the closest server to me I get less than 20ms. If you are interested I have an unused three day trial account that I could give you, so you can see if they work for you.
With my ping ranges from 15ms to 56ms, depending on distance to the server, on their servers in Europe. These results are on and with a ping of 10ms without VPN.
No logs of course and you are allowed to have one connection (or sometimes even two connections with the IPv6 configuration) per server, which makes well over 40 connections to servers in Europe.
> have one of the best records for not keeping records
LOL, no. They obviously keep records, else they would've been shut down already. Telling copyright owners they can't identify a user is one thing, telling the government... good luck.
If you still want to use a commercial provider, had been running for a long time with anonymous owners which certainly helps user privacy to an extent.
Edit: so why the downvotes? Do you guys really believe that PIA can't identify a user posting terrorist threats to reddit? Keep living the dream, I don't care.
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rtorrent is now hashing, can take 1-2h before download should start, if it works... we'll see.
mirror is open again.
don't panic leech... we have backups of it...
new torrents will appear here:
no seeders yet, just wait.