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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparktank View Post
    Always code your links in case MF tracks the activity back to the originating site, especially if the site has a history of piracy.
    By "code" do you mean just give it a cryptic or nonsense title? Or is there something specific to do? How does a hosting site (like MF) track something back to here?
    Enlighten me!

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    Dunno. You all know I give my files silly names, and MF deleted all of my files and account out of hand. I got a message about having been reported, and strikes against me, then **poof**

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda View Post
    Dunno. You all know I give my files silly names, and MF deleted all of my files and account out of hand. I got a message about having been reported, and strikes against me, then **poof**
    Wow----just by looking at your avatar I can see that no one should mess with Amandazilla. I say you head out to MF Headquarters in Texas and squash 'em.

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    MultipUpload is working again in the UK. Apparently US resident's can't access it though, and typing in the original address redirects you to a .co.uk site. So it's partially available.

    By the way, by 'code your links' he means to post them with a code tag thus:

    Code:
    http://forums.ffshrine.org/f92/info-up-down-file-host-list-113587/
    It bypasses linking as you have to manually copy/paste the url, and although the link becomes available to non-registered members, it reduces the chance of being caught out.
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    Thank you for the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carefoot View Post
    Thank you for the list.
    You are welcome...and thank you all for your continued input.

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    It may be just temporary but Oron is currently down.
    Last edited by Zoran; 04-07-2013 at 10:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoran View Post
    It may be just temporary but Oron is currently down.
    I looked into Oron about a month ago and read that they had move offshore to avoid trouble for the heavy amount of porn videos they deal in. Here's an online post from July 2 (this year)...

    LAS VEGAS -- Corbin Fisher (gay porn king), who filed a $34.8 million piracy suit against Oron less than two weeks ago, has issued a press release warning legitimate users of the file-locker site to back up their files.

    Just last week, Oron's operators told the court that the site could go out of business if it were unable to withdraw additional funds to pay host LeaseWeb.

    Corbin Fisher counsel, meanwhile, said Saturday night that all user data on the site could be imperiled.

    "Oron's attorneys told the court that: 'If Oron's servers are shut down for non-payment of those monthly hosting fees ... its users -- 99.9 percent of whom have no connection to this litigation - will lose access to their data.'

    "This leads us to believe that Oron neither maintains nor is instituting any backup of user data," Corbin Fisher counsel said. "Therefore, if there are any legitimate users of Oron out there, Liberty Media Holdings (Corbin Fisher's parent company) advises them to back up any important files for which they are the proper owner or licensee."

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    Who still uses Depositfiles?

    They are terrible unless your paying for a Gold Account, slow downloads and like an hour wait between downloads in addition.

    I promise I will never use Depositfiles, scouts honour.

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    I've been using minus for some time now and it's a great sharing site. No waiting, no captcha, down- and uploading with the full bandwidth. Single file max size = 1GB, storage time = infinity, unless you delete your files yourself. Plus, there's very transparent and user-friendly file management. As a free user you get 10GB space for your files with extension possibility up to 50GB. You can also 'follow' other users which gives you access to their files (and of course be followed).

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    embedupload is listed under file hosts. Should be under file distributors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygmmasta View Post
    I've been using minus for some time now and it's a great sharing site. No waiting, no captcha, down- and uploading with the full bandwidth. Single file max size = 1GB, storage time = infinity, unless you delete your files yourself. Plus, there's very transparent and user-friendly file management. As a free user you get 10GB space for your files with extension possibility up to 50GB. You can also 'follow' other users which gives you access to their files (and of course be followed).

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    Thanks for the suggestion...added to the list.

    Quote Originally Posted by El Cid View Post
    embedupload is listed under file hosts. Should be under file distributors.
    Nice catch, edited list.

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    Looks like Badongo is down...for good...

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    Thanks for the info xphile.

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    Cool

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    Thanks for the list

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    how many post before i can post PM to someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by glencf View Post
    how many post before i can post PM to someone
    The official number is 5 but it can take up to 6 or 7 before the forum enables it.

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    A message I rec'd today from Peejeshare...

    Sept 19, 2012: "We have some really exciting news, today we finished the network upgrades with Hostwinds, and we now have 20Gbps (Around 5 Full Length Blu-Ray DVD's a second) aggregated bandwidth between all of our servers. These bandwidth upgrades should more than triple the speed at which you can download and upload files. If you have any issues at all please email our 24/7 support department: [Hidden link. Register to see links.] We look forward to continuing to serve all of your free file sharing needs. Please recommend us to your friends and family, nothing helps us more."

    I do not know if these changes will mean an end to their habit of deleting just-uploaded files, or an end to those annoying "all slots filled" messages, but anyone who believed in Peeje at the start, but gave up using them, might want to e-mail them at the support address listed in their message and let them know what it will take for you to recommend them again.....

    UPDATE FOR SEPT 25: I went ahead and uploaded something to Peeje and when I checked again later that day it had already been deleted. Despite their "really exciting news" Peeje doesn't seem to have its problems fixed yet.
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    Multiupload still works through UK proxies. You can use the proxy to get the links to the actual download page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yepsa View Post
    Sept 19, 2012: "We have some really exciting news, today we finished the network upgrades with Hostwinds, and we now have 20Gbps (Around 5 Full Length Blu-Ray DVD's a second) aggregated bandwidth between all of our servers. These bandwidth upgrades should more than triple the speed at which you can download and upload files. If you have any issues at all please email our 24/7 support department: [Hidden link. Register to see links.] We look forward to continuing to serve all of your free file sharing needs. Please recommend us to your friends and family, nothing helps us more."

    I do not know if these changes will mean an end to their habit of deleting just-uploaded files, or an end to those annoying "all slots filled" messages, but anyone who believed in Peeje at the start, but gave up using them, might want to e-mail them at the support address listed in their message and let them know what it will take for you to recommend them again.....

    UPDATE FOR SEPT 25: I went ahead and uploaded something to Peeje and when I checked again later that day it had already been deleted. Despite their "really exciting news" Peeje doesn't seem to have its problems fixed yet.
    I gave up on Peeje long ago.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonkey13 View Post
    Multiupload still works through UK proxies. You can use the proxy to get the links to the actual download page.
    Thanks for the info but I think the average user won't want to bother with finding a UK proxy every time they wanna download from Multiupload.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoran View Post
    Thanks for the info but I think the average user won't want to bother with finding a UK proxy every time they wanna download from Multiupload.
    I've got one in my Chrome bar. I wouldn't recommend adding anything new there, but for older material people might like to know it's still functioning.

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    MediaFire users:

    I've noticed recently that uploads that are encrypted or password protected (I believe it's referring to the links being password protected and not the archives themselves), there is a download limit.

    There is also a download limit for split archives that are part of a set.

    When those download limits are reached, the downloader must pay for some sort of premium membership starting at $1.50/month.

    These are the following errors a downloader will get if they try to download an encrypted/password protected link or a split archive...



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    Good news: Rapidshare increased the DL speed for non-premium users and now also permits multiple DL's at the same time.

    Let's see how long this thing will last though.
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    DO NOT USE QUEENSHARE


    There is browser highjacker embedded at that host. I had no less than 4 pop-ups/pop-unders before I could close them I had a final pop up that covered the entire screen saying that the FBI has locked my computer (I said under my breath "yeah right") so naturally opened the task manager to close the Firefox browser I was using. Before I could do anything the task manager disappeared and the screen remained. I hate these fecking games we are forced to play sometimes.

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    Really? Peejeshare now has a re-directer though ad.fly and about half the time my anti-virus goes off saying that it has blocked 2 attempts to load surreptitious software through a .swf file on the ad.fly page.

    So in short Peejeshare started out as a really good alternative to MU and now is trying to generate cash-per-click by using ad.fly and possibly compromising it's user's security in the process and continuing with spotty service. Well done Peejeshare, well done.

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