Torrent Trackers List 2016 September and October

Torrent Tracker List 2016
Torrent trackers are very popular these days with the rise of torrent usage among the Internet users. I wrote one post last year giving you a great list of working torrent trackers. I received very good responses and thanks to that article from many users and still to this date I notice many visitors come to my blog to see the old list. Although many of the torrent trackers listed on that article are still working well, I understood the list is quite old and not up to date. Many of my readers asked me to provide a new working list. So I thought I should update the blog and add a new working torrent trackers list. Here is the best trackers list you can find in the Internet up to date. These are 100% working and a fresh list I made by my own research. This is the best working torrent trackers list as at September and October 2016. (List is there at the end of this article, scroll down)

Why I made this list?

I have found many torrent trackers in Internet listed by many websites. But as you have already experienced, many of the trackers are not working most of the times or they were taken down quick making them unusable. To overcome this problem, I thought I should keep a list of working torrent trackers with me which are updated monthly so I can have the best updated trackers always with me. As I always believe, If I have spent a lot of time to find something valuable, I don't want others to waste their time too. I simply share my findings with my readers so I make a great value of the time I spent by saving other's time. That is the main reason I create posts in my blog with the trackers list I found.

What are torrent trackers?

If you do not know what is a torrent tracker, you need to understand a few basic concepts of the peer to peer file sharing method. Torrents are a basic method to share files within a group of users. Torrent trackers are keeping the necessary information of torrents and peers. In order to download a file over a torrent network, you need other users to upload the file (which is referred as "seeding"). Sometimes you may find torrents which have very less number of peers or outdated peer information. So by using a torrent tracker, you can easily get more peers to your torrent download and increase the download speed and reduce the download time.

To add trackers to a torrent which the download is in progress, you can right click on the particular file in your torrent client and go to properties, then under the peers tab you can select the option "Add Trackers" to add a new tracker. But please remember these options change according the torrent client you are using. I often use Transmission in Ubuntu. I uploaded a video in my previous blog post and I'm adding it here as well so you can see and get an idea.

I have tested these trackers and I can guarantee them to work by the time I write this article. Please see the below image to see them. I tried these trackers on a torrent file which had 0 peers and I managed to get a few peers and downloaded the file. But you should understand that these trackers can go down anytime :)

 Torrent trackers working example

In this video you can see how to add trackers to your download in the Transmission bittorrent client in Ubuntu.




Some torrent clients allow you to add multiple trackers at once. So if it permits, you can directly copy the below list and paste it into the box to add them all.

Best working torrent tracker list as at 2016 September / October:


http://tracker.flashtorrents.org:6969/announce

http://tracker.dutchtracking.nl/announce

http://tracker.yoshi210.com:6969/announce

http://tracker.tiny-vps.com:6969/announce

http://www.wareztorrent.com/announce

http://tracker.filetracker.pl:8089/announce

http://tracker.ex.ua/announce

http://tracker.grepler.com:6969/announce

http://retracker.gorcomnet.ru/announce

http://retracker.krs-ix.ru/announce

http://open.lolicon.eu:7777/announce

http://185.5.97.139:8089/announce

http://91.217.91.21:3218/announce

http://46.4.109.148:6969/announce

http://51.254.244.161:6969/announce

http://81.200.2.231/announce

http://87.248.186.252:8080/announce

http://188.165.253.109:1337/announce

http://tracker.opentrackr.org:1337/announce

http://p4p.arenabg.com:1337/announce

http://tracker.baravik.org:6970/announce

http://74.82.52.209:6969/announce

http://109.121.134.121:1337/announce

http://178.33.73.26:2710/announce

http://210.244.71.25:6969/announce

http://213.159.215.198:6970/announce

http://178.175.143.27/announce

http://atrack.pow7.com/announce

http://mgtracker.org:2710/announce

http://open.touki.ru/announce.php

http://p4p.arenabg.ch:1337/announce

http://pow7.com/announce

http://pow7.com:80/announce

http://retracker.krs-ix.ru:80/announce

http://secure.pow7.com/announce

http://t1.pow7.com/announce

http://t2.pow7.com/announce

http://torrentsmd.com:8080/announce

http://tracker.bittor.pw:1337/announce

http://tracker.dutchtracking.com/announce

http://tracker.dutchtracking.com:80/announce

http://tracker.dutchtracking.nl:80/announce

http://tracker.edoardocolombo.eu:6969/announce

http://tracker.ex.ua:80/announce

http://tracker.tfile.me/announce

http://tracker1.wasabii.com.tw:6969/announce

http://tracker2.wasabii.com.tw:6969/announce

http://www.wareztorrent.com:80/announce

http://tracker.flashtorrents.org:6969/announce

http://tracker.aletorrenty.pl:2710/announce

udp://tracker.aletorrenty.pl:2710/announce

udp://tracker.flashtorrents.org:6969/announce

udp://explodie.org:6969/announce

udp://9.rarbg.com:2730/announce

udp://tracker.opentrackr.org:1337/announce

udp://tracker.zer0day.to:1337/announce 

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Solved: Ubuntu unzip with backslashes in file name.



This happened last week when I tried to extract a zip archive I received from a friend. When I extracted it in my Ubuntu Desktop, the extracted files did not have the same folder structure as the original source. I noticed the extracted files had the path as the filename. The different levels of the path were separated by backslashes. This is something I have never experienced before, and I was a bit confused at first because I wasn't aware of the original folder structure. Later only I realized the paths separated with backslashes should be in a folder hierarchy and not in the file name. So the paths shown in the file name with backslashes should be created when you extract the zip, but it didn't. So my research started to find the solution and after going through a few websites, questions and answers sites I realized that the issue was with the zip file, and not in my extracting software I used (zip).

My friend who sent me the zip archive was using Windows 8 and I was using Ubuntu 14.04. But I never had issues extracting zip archives created inside Windows, in Ubuntu before this. Then I heard from the friend that it was generated using an online tool. That could be the issue.

So the solution to this is, you have to extract the zip archive as you would do normally. Then go through each file name and see what paths and folders the file names are having and create the folders manually, then rename the file.

I know this is not the answer you expected in this blog post :) But unfortunately there was no proper easy one click solutions to this (I didn't find any). I found some Python scripts in some websites. But they all had issues. Some were not really working, and some were not giving the desired output. So I had to rely on my own skills and write a little script by myself to solve this. I'm a PHP developer, so it's the most comfortable scripting language I see around. You can write many useful automation scripts using PHP if you want :)

Here's the script I wrote. This is really easy. I'll tell you how to run this.

First, you need to have PHP installed in your Ubuntu desktop. I'm not going to teach you how to install PHP here because there are many good articles already written for that purpose. So once you have installed php, right click on your zip archive and extract it into any place you like.

Once you extracted it, go inside the folder. Now you should see all the extracted files in the same folder, with long file names having backslashes in their names. Don't worry.

Now right click inside that folder and create a new file. Name it as anything you like, but make sure it's a php file. That means it should end with a ".php" extension. I would name it as "create_folders.php".

Open the file you created with a text editor, or any code editor, IDE if you have. Then paste the below php script in the file and save it.

<?php

$files = glob('*');

foreach ($files as $file) {
    $new_file = str_replace("\\", "/", $file);

    if (!is_dir(dirname($new_file))) {
        mkdir(dirname($new_file), 0777, true);
    }

    rename($file, $new_file);
}

?>

Then open your terminal by pressing "CTRL + ALT + T", and CD into the folder where you extracted the zip archive, and run the php script by issuing the command;

php create_folder.php

Here's an example if you find it difficult to understand.

Let's assume I extracted the zip archive into "myfolder", and created the new file with php script as I explained above. Now if you list the "myfolder", it should be something similar to below list.

css\styles.css
css\common.css
images\home\bg.png
images\logo.png
index.html
create_folder.php <---- This is the new file we created.

Now open your terminal. CD into this folder..

nimeshka@PC:~$CD myfolder
nimeshka@PC:~/myfolder$ php create_folder.php

It will take a few seconds if your folder is large. Then once it's finished, go back to your folder and see the files are nicely arranged and new folders are created :)

So that's it guys. Hope this is helpful. Please let me know what you think about this by leaving a comment. Don't forget to share this article in Facebook, Twitter, G+ if you think it will help someone else :)

Simple RegEx Tutorial

Regular Expression can be used in Content Filter conditions.
Regular Expressions can be extremely complex but they are very flexible and powerful and can be used to perform comparisons that cannot be done using the other checks available.
There follows some very basic examples of regular expression usage. For a complete description please visit www.regular-expressions.info.
^' and '$'
First of all, let's take a look at two special symbols: '^' and '$'. These symbols indicate the start and the end of a string, respectively:
"^The"
matches any string that starts with "The".
"of despair$"
matches a string that ends in with "of despair".
"^abc$"
a string that starts and ends with "abc" - effectively an exact match comparison.
"notice"
a string that has the text "notice" in it.
You can see that if you don't use either of these two characters, you're saying that the pattern may occur anywhere inside the string -- you're not "hooking" it to any of the edges.
'*', '+', and '?'
In addition, the symbols '*', '+', and '?', denote the number of times a character or a sequence of characters may occur. What they mean is: "zero or more", "one or more", and "zero or one." Here are some examples:
"ab*"
matches a string that has an a followed by zero or more b's ("ac", "abc", "abbc", etc.)
"ab+"
same, but there's at least one b ("abc", "abbc", etc., but not "ac")
"ab?"
there might be a single b or not ("ac", "abc" but not "abbc").
"a?b+$"
a possible 'a' followed by one or more 'b's at the end of the string:
Matches any string ending with "ab", "abb", "abbb" etc. or "b", "bb" etc. but not "aab", "aabb" etc.
Braces { }
You can also use bounds, which appear inside braces and indicate ranges in the number of occurrences:
"ab{2}"
matches a string that has an a followed by exactly two b's ("abb")
"ab{2,}"
there are at least two b's ("abb", "abbbb", etc.)
"ab{3,5}"
from three to five b's ("abbb", "abbbb", or "abbbbb")
Note that you must always specify the first number of a range (i.e., "{0,2}", not "{,2}"). Also, as you might have noticed, the symbols '*', '+', and '?' have the same effect as using the bounds "{0,}", "{1,}", and "{0,1}", respectively.
Now, to quantify a sequence of characters, put them inside parentheses:
"a(bc)*"
matches a string that has an a followed by zero or more copies of the sequence "bc"
"a(bc){1,5}"
one through five copies of "bc."
'|' OR operator
There's also the '|' symbol, which works as an OR operator:
"hi|hello"
matches a string that has either "hi" or "hello" in it
"(b|cd)ef"
a string that has either "bef" or "cdef"
"(a|b)*c"
a string that has a sequence of alternating a's and b's ending in a c
('.')
A period ('.') stands for any single character:
"a.[0-9]"
matches a string that has an a followed by one character and a digit
"^.{3}$"
a string with exactly 3 characters
Bracket expressions
specify which characters are allowed in a single position of a string:
"[ab]"
matches a string that has either an a or a b (that's the same as "a|b")
"[a-d]"
a string that has lowercase letters 'a' through 'd' (that's equal to "a|b|c|d" and even "[abcd]")
"^[a-zA-Z]"
a string that starts with a letter
"[0-9]%"
a string that has a single digit before a percent sign
",[a-zA-Z0- 9]$"
a string that ends in a comma followed by an alphanumeric character

You can also list which characters you DON'T want -- just use a '^' as the first symbol in a bracket expression (i.e., "%[^a- zA-Z]%" matches a string with a character that is not a letter between two percent signs). 

In order to be taken literally, you must escape the characters "^.[$()|*+?{\" with a backslash ('\'), as they have special meaning. On top of that, you must escape the backslash character itself in PHP3 strings, so, for instance, the regular expression "(\$|A)[0-9]+" would have the function call: ereg("(\\$|A)[0-9]+", $str) (what string does that validate?) 

Just don't forget that bracket expressions are an exception to that rule--inside them, all special characters, including the backslash ('\'), lose their special powers (i.e., "[*\+?{}.]" matches exactly any of the characters inside the brackets). And, as the regex manual pages tell us: "To include a literal ']' in the list, make it the first character (following a possible '^'). To include a literal '-', make it the first or last character, or the second endpoint of a range."

https://www.icewarp.com/support/online_help/203030104.htm

Solved - Ubuntu Remmina Unable to connect to RDP server.

I recently got this error while trying to remotely login (RDP) to one of the Windows servers in my local network from my Ubuntu 14.04 laptop. At first I thought this happens because my windows login password might have expired. This is one reason I got this same error in the past. (So if you get this error, you should try to reset your password too.)

But then even after resetting the password I was not able to connect. I got the same error, "Unable to connect to RDP server." I was looking around the Internet for some hints as to why this happens and I found a lot of solutions. I was a little bit confused here because the same settings worked when I tried to connect to my other Windows servers. Somehow I finally got it working and here I'm posting the solution which worked for me.

Once you are confirmed that your username and password are correct, you should change the setting mentioned below. It might work for you, or not work, who knows :)

This is what I did. Edit your connection, and go to Advanced tab, changed the security from "negotiate" to "RDP"  (Negotiate was the default value selected). Tried connecting and it worked :D

Remmina Unable to connect to RDP server



This might be different for you. So you can try changing it to TLS, NLA, RDP and see which one works for you. These are the authentication methods used by your Windows server to connect between the two computers.

If you want to know more about these authentication types and why this is required, I did a little search for you, here's what I found on the Microsoft website.

By default, RD Session Host sessions use native RDP encryption. However, RDP does not provide authentication to verify the identity of an RD Session Host server. You can enhance the security of RD Session Host sessions by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Transport Layer Security (TLS 1.0) for server authentication and to encrypt RD Session Host communications. The RD Session Host server and the client computer must be correctly configured for TLS to provide enhanced security.
The three available security layers are:

    SSL (TLS 1.0) SSL (TLS 1.0) will be used for server authentication and for encrypting all data transferred between the server and the client.

    Negotiate The most secure layer that is supported by the client will be used. If supported, SSL (TLS 1.0) will be used. If the client does not support SSL (TLS 1.0), the RDP Security Layer will be used. This is the default setting.


    RDP Security Layer Communication between the server and the client will use native RDP encryption. If you select RDP Security Layer, you cannot use Network Level Authentication.


https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ff458357.aspx

I hope this would help someone. Please let everyone know by commenting on this post if you know any other solution :)

How to cut MP3 / MP4 video files in Ubuntu


Hello friends, I'm back with a new post after a long time. Today I'm going to show you a cool trick I learned recently :) That is how to cut Audio (Mp3) or video files really easily in Ubuntu using the terminal. The reason I write this is, a few days back, I tried to split one one of my favorite songs and looked for a way to do it. This is really a simple thing. Let's see how to do that.

In order to cut the audio or video files, we need this tool called "avconv". You can see if you already have it by entering "avconv" (without quotes) in your terminal. (Press Ctrl + Alt + T to open the terminal. Or press super key, then search for "Terminal".)

You should see something like this if you have it.

avconv version 9.18-6:9.18-0ubuntu0.14.04.1, Copyright (c) 2000-2014 the Libav developers
  built on Mar 16 2015 13:19:10 with gcc 4.8 (Ubuntu 4.8.2-19ubuntu1)
Hyper fast Audio and Video encoder
usage: avconv [options] [[infile options] -i infile]... {[outfile options] outfile}...

Don't worry if you don't get the above or you're getting a command not found message. You can easily install it. "avconv" comes with the package "libav-tools".

You can install it with the command - "sudo apt-get install libav-tools" (no quotes). So after the installation is complete, you can try to enter the command "avconv" again, and now you should see the above output. If you get it as above, then everything is fine. We can continue.

It's the time to Cut!

Let's assume I want to cut the file "MyFile.mp3". Then I enter the command;

avconv -i MyFile.mp3 -c:a copy -c:v copy -ss 00:01:20 -t 00:03:45 MyCutFile.mp3

This command will create a new file as "MyCutFile.mp3", and it will be the new split version of the original file you given.

Let's review the important values we passed to the command.

-i MyFile.mp3 ( Your original file. This is the file you want to cut.)
-ss 00:01:20 (Start time)
-t 00:03:45 (Length you want it to be cut)
MyCutFile.mp3 (Name for the new file)

So that's it guys !! See? How simple is that? takes only a few seconds. Don't forget that you can use the same commands to cut mp4 files as well. May be other formats too. Go ahead and give it a try. Let us know what worked and what did not :)

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Google Hangouts Emoji List


Google Hangouts Emoji List

Here is the list of Google hangout emojis :) Enjoy.

This list contains 871 Hangout emojis. Please let me know what you think about these emojis in a comment below.

Don't worry. These images will sum only up to a size of 1.2 MB :) 


FTP clients for Ubuntu

Today, while looking for some good FTP clients for Ubuntu, I found this nice FTP clients list in AskUbuntu Forum. It has listed the best and top ten FTP clients available today for Ubuntu. I thought I must get a copy to my blog, so anyone who is in hurry would find it easily. Also, I've added a link to the original page at the bottom of the post :) Credit should go to the original poster of this reply at AskUbuntu.

1. Nautilus

Don't forget the FTP client that comes with Ubuntu! It integrates very nicely with Ubuntu, and is very easy to use. You don't have to install any additional software. However, it lacks many of the powerful features that a full-featured FTP client, like FileZilla has.

To use it, go to File > Connect to Server with the desktop selected.



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2. gFTP

Another option is to use gFTP, a FTP client with a nice graphical interface that is different from FileZilla's, but only slightly. It can be installed through the Ubuntu Software Center or through sudo apt-get install gftp.
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3. Kasablanca

Kasablanca is a GUI FTP client intended for use in KDE, but it will work in Unity too. The interface is very simple and it lacks some of the advanced features of more sophisticated FTP clients. It can be downloaded here.
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4. FireFTP

If you prefer a Firefox add-on, FireFTP is a great one that will allow you to transfer files from within the browser. Download it here.
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5. KFTPgrabber

A FTP client for the K Desktop Environment (KDE). It can be downloaded at kftp.org.
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6. GNOME Commander

GNOME Commander is an FTP client with a very unique interface that supports themes and customization. It can be installed through the Ubuntu Software Center or sudo apt-get install gnome-commander.
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7. Sitecopy

Sitecopy is a unique FTP client in that it automatically synches a directory on your computer with a directory on an FTP site automatically in the background. Details at the project's website, which can be found here. Sorry, but I couldn't find a screenshot for this one.

 

8. Filerunner

Filerunner is an FTP client with a very basic interface. It can be installed through the Ubuntu Software Center or through sudo apt-get install filerunner.
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9. Konqueror

Konqueror, a web browser for KDE, can access FTP sites when you type ftp://username@server.com/ into the address bar. it can be installed through the Ubuntu Software Center or through sudo apt-get install konqueror.
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10. net2ftp

net2ftp is an online FTP client which lets you upload files from the web browser without having to install any additional software. It can be accessed through net2ftp.com.




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Original article - http://askubuntu.com/questions/109000/nicer-ftp-client-than-filezilla

Imgur different image sizes and Thumbnails

Imgur.com is a popular free image hosting service used by many people. I use it to host images I post on public forums because it's really easy to use. If you're uploading the image as a guest, it generates a one time delete link for you to save somewhere so you can visit that link to delete the image anytime. If you aren't worrying about deleting the image later, you can simply copy the direct link to the image and close the Imgur window. But once you close the window, you are not going to find those details again.

So recently, I uploaded a large image to Imgur and embedded it to a forum and noticed that the image is too large to be displayed in an average screen. My image was covering the whole screen and soon I understood that other users are not going to be happy with what I have done. So I changed my idea to show a thumbnail of the image and give a link to the original image. But I've already closed the Imgur window. So I had no more information about the image.

The only option I had is to create two images, one thumbnail and one original. Then upload the both images to Imgur and embed them separately. But it was a lot of additional work, and I wanted something easy and simple. Luckily, I found their API documentation and there, they have mentioned about different image sizes. It was really simple.

If you want to get different image sizes, you only have to append a single character to the end of the image name as below. Imgur will then generate the thumbnails for you saving a lot of time.

Imgur provides 6 image sizes so you can select whatever the size suits your requirement. The following table shows you the different image sizes available.

Thumbnail Suffix Thumbnail Name Thumbnail Size Keeps Image Proportions
s Small Square 90x90 No
b Big Square 160x160 No
t Small Thumbnail 160x160 Yes
m Medium Thumbnail 320x320 Yes
l Large Thumbnail 640x640 Yes
h Huge Thumbnail 1024x1024 Yes

For example, if your image is located at http://i.imgur.com/12345.jpg, you can get different image sizes as below;

Small Square - http://i.imgur.com/12345s.jpg
Big Square - http://i.imgur.com/12345b.jpg
Small Thumbnail - http://i.imgur.com/12345t.jpg
Medium Thumbnail - http://i.imgur.com/12345m.jpg
Large Thumbnail - http://i.imgur.com/12345l.jpg
Huge Thumbnail - http://i.imgur.com/12345h.jpg

Source: http://api.imgur.com/models/image

Notice the last character at the end of the image name (before the extension).

If you think I've missed anything, please feel to let me know that by leaving a comment here. Also, if you think this blog post is useful, please consider sharing it with your friends in Google+, Facebook and Twitter.

Sublime Text spell check

Sublime Text is a handy text editor which is also useful as a lightweight IDE. Most of the times, I use Sublime Text as my IDE to edit source codes. But recently I started using it to edit my text documents too. So the first thing I wanted in my text editor is a spell checker. By default Sublime Text provides two dictionaries. But you've to enable it to check the spellings because spell checking feature is not enabled by default.

Here is how you can enable spell checking in Sublime Text.

Go to View -> Spell Check or press F6.

Now Sublime will highlight your misspelled words. You can right click on any misspelled words to see a list of correct suggestions.

Spell check is performed based on the dictionary you've selected. By default you will have two English dictionaries (en_US and en_GB), but if you want additional dictionaries you can always download them from the below Github repository.

https://github.com/titoBouzout/Dictionaries

Like all the other spell checkers, Sublime Text's spell checker is also not really perfect. Sometimes the suggested words are not the words you expect. But if you are looking for a basic spell check facility, the default Spell check is more than enough :)

If you still want a good spell checker, there's a Github project that check's the spellings through Google. You can see it here : https://github.com/noahcoad/google-spell-check

Finally, it would be a good idea to disable the spell check feature when you are editing source codes with Sublime Text, otherwise it will highlight most of your codings :)

Please feel free to leave a comment if you know a better way to check spellings in Sublime Text. Also share this article with your friends in Google+, Facebook and Twitter if you think this is useful.

List of working torrent trackers 2015 May



Torrent Tracker list 2015 May Update Notice: 22 September 2016

If you are looking for the updated fresh working torrent trackers list for September and October of 2016, please read my new article here.

Torrent Trackers List 2016 September / October

 

The article you are about to read below is written in 2015 and may contain outdated information.




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Torrent trackers help you to download your torrent files faster by providing a better connection between peers and also they help you get more peers to your torrent download. I've found many trackers list in Internet. But it's not easy to find working torrent trackers as the servers get disabled suddenly.  So here I bring you a fresh list of torrent lists working as at May 2015.

You can manually add the following trackers to your torrent download using your torrent client. The most recent, updated working tracker list is as follows.


Check this video to see how to add the trackers to your torrent client. This video will show you how to add the trackers in Transmission in Ubuntu.




Best working torrent tracker list as at 2015 May:

 

udp://exodus.desync.com:6969/announce
udp://coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce
udp://9.rarbg.me:2710/announce
http://tracker.best-torrents.net:6969/announce
http://mgtracker.org:2710/announce
http://announce.torrentsmd.com:6969/announce
http://bt.careland.com.cn:6969/announce
http://exodus.desync.com/announce
http://pow7.com/announce

List of other torrent trackers:

These trackers might work sometimes. You can try adding them too.

http://9.rarbg.com:2710/announce
http://announce.torrentsmd.com:6969/announce
http://bt.careland.com.cn:6969/announce
http://explodie.org:6969/announce
http://mgtracker.org:2710/announce
http://tracker.best-torrents.net:6969/announce
http://tracker.tfile.me/announce
http://tracker.torrenty.org:6969/announce
http://tracker1.wasabii.com.tw:6969/announce
udp://9.rarbg.com:2710/announce
udp://9.rarbg.me:2710/announce
udp://coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce
udp://exodus.desync.com:6969/announce
udp://open.demonii.com:1337/announce
udp://tracker.btzoo.eu:80/announce
udp://tracker.istole.it:80/announce
udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce
udp://tracker.prq.to/announce
udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce

Other Working Torrent Trackers list:


http://tracker.yify-torrents.com/announce
udp://tracker.yify-torrents.com/announce
http://retracker.kld.ru:2710/announce
udp://tracker.1337x.org:80/announce
http://exodus.desync.com/announce
http://pow7.com/announce
http://tracker.novalayer.org:6969/announce
udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce
http://193.107.16.156:2710/announce
http://cpleft.com:2710/announce
http://retracker.hotplug.ru:2710/announce
http://retracker.kld.ru/announce
http://tracker.coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce
http://inferno.demonoid.me:3414/announce
http://announce.torrentsmd.com:6969/announce
udp://9.rarbg.com:2710/announce
udp://tracker.yify-torrents.com/announce
udp://coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce
udp://exodus.desync.com:6969/announce
udp://open.demonii.com:1337/announce
udp://tracker.istole.it:80/announce
udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce
udp://tracker.prq.to/announce
udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce
http://exodus.desync.com/announce
http://ipv4.tracker.harry.lu/announce
http://tracker.torrentbay.to:6969/announce
udp://11.rarbg.com/announce
udp://tracker.1337x.org:80/announce
udp://tracker.istole.it:80/announce
udp://tracker.ccc.de:80/announce
udp://fr33dom.h33t.com:3310/announce
udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce
udp://tracker.publicbt.com:80/announce

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