Sunday, February 3, 2008

BitComet 0.99 Leecher Pack by Seba14 Armadilled

Features:
NOREPORT Version
- no upload and download report to tracker
- you will shown as leecher
- complete flag not send to tracker (no snatchlist entry)

REPORT Version
- only download will be not reported to tracker
- you will shown as seeder
- complete flag not send to tracker (no snatchlist entry)

ORIGINAL Version
- no changes

NEW: Call home and advertising removed, with Armadillo 4 protected but it should be easy to unpack it to eliminate copy mem :-)
Caution: Don't forget the rar pass: seba14

DOWNLOAD 12.49mb: BitComet 0.99 LP.rar
Mirror: BitComet 0.99 LP.rar

Fileshare mirror: BitComet 0.99 LP.rar

And few words about CopyMem-II - it's terrible thing,
it makes applications slow and unstable, runs two copies
in the RAM. My small multithread test works 45 (!!!)
times slower. So Armadillo unpacking can help you to increase
applications' speed. Armadillo.zip

http://www.quequero.org/Pe_Stuff
http://www.reteam.org/
http://www.reversing.be/
http://reversengineering.wordpress.com/

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I use BitComet (only with public trackers) and I find it very useful.

This is my review:

BitComet downloads everything from the Web: HTTP, FTP and Bittorrent. It is like having "OrbitDownloader + uTorrent" in a single application. You can download an optional extension to connect to the EDonkey network (http://www.bitcomet.com). It recovers automatically the interrupted downloads (both in case of black-outs that in case of falling of the internet connection). It integrates well into Internet Explorer and Firefox (without using the "Flashgot" extension). It downloads videos from Web pages. It requires about 32 MB of RAM when downloading two torrents: you can control the memory consumption using "Windows Activities Management" in Windows Vista (you can activate this application typing "control + shift + esc").

Other features:
- DHT
- NAT/Firewall Configuration
- UPnP Port mapping
- Protection against "cheating ARP attacks" from the LAN
- NAT Trasversal via UDP
- Protocol Encryption
- Automatical hard disk protection through "reading and writing cache".

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