Usenet is still one of the best sources of binary files on the web, it’s proven in longevity what other P2P networks can’t seem to accomplish, you could say Usenet is Old School, but the tools and resources to get the job done have come a long way. You may be a die hard torrent fan, but heed my warning if you haven’t received notice already, they’re not safe. The major usenet providers don’t typically keep logs for longer than a few minutes and they have a good track record of not giving up their users information at the drop of a hat, additionally you’re dealing with a service provider that’s not going to compromise their business reputation and sell out it’s customers. This tooltorial is going to give you a good set of tools and service providers, in addition to directions on downloading, checking parity, and extracting binaries from usenet.
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