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|06/14/2014||hpHosts||Engaged in the distribution of malware.|
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Данный сайт находится в Shalla Secure Services Black List.
На сайте (на страницах сайта) есть содержание порно и эротики. Сайт не безопасен для детей.
On the site is the content of porn and erotica. This site is not safe for children.
Diagnostic page for torrentreactor.net/torrents
What happened when Google visited this site?
Of the 1071 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 7 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2015-01-11, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2015-01-08.
Malicious software includes 7 scripting exploit(s), 7 trojan(s).
Malicious software is hosted on 9 domain(s), including xdltl.com/, wwwpromoter.com/, highspeedtesting.com/.
1 domain(s) appear to be functioning as intermediaries for distributing malware to visitors of this site, including ato.mx/.
This site was hosted on 7 network(s) including AS58277 (LOCODIGITAL-AS), AS30860 (YURTEH-AS), AS10929 (NETELLIGENT).
Provides fake search results such as
I somehow overlooked my own previous condemnation of this site, which was vindicated again by a download today (26 Jul 2013). Evidently I forgot to register my own rating on the bar charts, at the time of my last rant, three years ago.
I successfully downloaded an .MP4 video file. The MP4 ran only so long as to advise that the content couldn't be viewed without first installing a provided codec, in a subfolder "codec\". Now why would a proprietary codec — an executable — be necessary?
I did a hex edit and found the executable looking sweet and benign. It seemed to be an archive utility, which soon made sense. A virus scan detected nothing. Once run, though, the exec created a *second* executable. Nice dodge! I put the brakes on it without removing the process, and scanned again.
Microsoft, McAfee, and other sites identified a "low risk" (though the listed effects seemed far more noxious than that suggested) trojan, first identified only two days ago. I didn't bother to hex edit it. It had the smell, the colour, the texture, and the look of BS, so clever guy that I am, I reckoned it was BS.
Given the comments about this site, I wonder at the overall good rating it carries. I will blacklist this site entirely, to avoid forgetfully loading any page of it into my browser.
Intruders. Bait-and-switchers. Spammers. Pains in the ass. Avoid these douche applicators entirely and save yourself a painful system recovery ordeal.
"Word" in Toronto
(That'll be $ .02, please!)
I ran the url through Virus Total and it only came up malicious on 1 of 33 av engines.I am going to still stay away.If you want to download something go right to the sight.Like if you want AVG free go to AVG.com,etc.
It's enough by just visiting the site and BANG, you'll get a virus and if you're unlucky your antivirus won't detect it, so you won't know it.
That this site is green is a joke. This site should be red because it's a very dangerous site!
Be careful, as on all torrent sites, check what you're downloading and what it contains. Searches above advertisement are fake.
They have an "Adult Torrents" part and is therefore rated:
Site has fake downloads or links to fake downloads, user is encouraged to register and enter credit card to access downloads, reports of multiple unauthorized charges after registering.
Siteadvisor found a browser exploit on this site! http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/torrentreactor.net
This site is bad, Stay Away, McAfee seems to be having a love affair with crack sites as far as they don't give them the red ratings they should have.