Absolutley true but also with private trackers there the level system which most of us no is a joke but it brings an air of mystery/secrecy and attracts people, there content there of course is on the most part less than the larger private trackers but in some sites theres retention of older material which is always a bonus on any site.I am member in 3 of called "WDMA" forums-trackers my opinion is that you cannot find anythink that does not exist in "normal" trackers simply try to build an air of secrecy.
No need to go to the deepweb for WDMA there in the light but if you go dark use TAILS.I'v really enjoyed reading this article and i found it very interesting , too bad i know only a few WDMA Sites ( can't say their name though) , i'll dig into the deep web & see
I'v really enjoyed reading this article and i found it very interesting , too bad i know only a few WDMA Sites ( can't say their name though) , i'll dig into the deep web & see
Actually that is not true at all most are very well hidden.There is nothing really of substance piracy-wise on either Tor or I2P save for a couple e-book dump directories
Very true and some do i here.It's entirely possible to run a torrent tracker inside Tor that specifically disallows Tor peers but only allows announce conntections through Tor
You users just have to have a torrent client that supports proxying http announces & filter this list of IPs from your tracker https://check.torproject.org/exit-addresses
edit: official list
Yes.. take the recommendations, mull over them, drool a bit if you want (I do it all the time), and get on itNot trackers or WDMA..although there are trackers there but my friend above makes an exellent point about trackers and TOR.
Looks like you could use some rain there karoo, maybe marmalade can sprinkle some your way if he's in a generous moodTry not to get too wet.
http://forums.somethingawful.com/dictionary.php?act=3&topicid=1530Looks like you could use some rain there karoo, maybe marmalade can sprinkle some your way if he's in a generous mood
Anyway, that's got nothing to do with WDMA trackers at all, let's get back on topic.
Is it true it stands for Where Da Movies At?