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voyds9

Original Poster:

5,765 posts

190 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Anyone else lost Isohunt, can't get it on either normal or secure server.


DirtyHarry88

930 posts

95 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Nah I'm good.

The Dude

6,546 posts

154 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Weird. It's not working for me but "downforeveryone" says it's up.

http://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/www.isohunt.com


voyds9

Original Poster:

5,765 posts

190 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Thank you just me then.

chriswright

351 posts

129 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Down here too
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paul26982

3,846 posts

125 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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down here too

AndyWoodall

2,465 posts

166 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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Works ok for me.

BTW, great website that was posted above, many thanks!

Scraggles

7,619 posts

131 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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works for me -

Welcome to isoHunt, the most comprehensive BitTorrent search engine. With cross-referenced trackers data you won't find anywhere else, all updated to the hour. This is your all-in-one P2P files search engine and community. Try searching in the box above, or browse around our Torrents directory and Zeitgeist for what's new and popular.

Also check out the Releases system, which supports various P2P links and torrents. There are guides in the forums for new visitors, or come chat with us live on irc.isohunt.com, #isoHunt, on P2P-NET.

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maybe your isp is blocking it ?

uk_vette

3,336 posts

111 months

Friday 17th October 2008
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I have it on secure

voyds9

Original Poster:

5,765 posts

190 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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Worked upto a couple of days ago then stopped.

Are the other blocked people also on Sky as ISP.

paul26982

3,846 posts

125 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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im on sky too, running through firefox, use this site all the time, is there anyway to fix it

chriswright

351 posts

129 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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I'm with sky aswell, still works if you go through proxify

Ribol

9,291 posts

165 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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I am with AOL/CarPhonewehouse/Talk Talk and they have recently started blocking P2P/Torrent downloads. If you do a quick Google you will see that they are all at it. There was an article somewhere about the 6 big ISPs having got together to shut this type of downloading down, can't find the link now.

If any ISP advertised the fact that they offer unrestricted P2P/Torrent downloads within stated limits they would pick up a lot of business.

I for one can't see why they are allowed to do it if you are within the fair usage limits, which I am.

Ribol

9,291 posts

165 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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chriswright said:
I'm with sky aswell, still works if you go through proxify
Could you explain how this works please?

My ISP has software that can see through encryption etc to identify what you download. I can download anything other than P2P/Torrent at full speed no problem.

Scraggles

7,619 posts

131 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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just looked at my stats for the month, 20 GB downloaded and 121 GB uploaded, obviously not with a major isp and have no issues seeding ubuntu and other freeware torrents :-)

www.thinkbroadband.com and www.dslreports.com are both places to visit to check out the smaller ISP's

chriswright

351 posts

129 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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Ribol said:
chriswright said:
I'm with sky aswell, still works if you go through proxify
Could you explain how this works please?

My ISP has software that can see through encryption etc to identify what you download. I can download anything other than P2P/Torrent at full speed no problem.
Proxify enter isohunt into the bar on the site

paul26982

3,846 posts

125 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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thanx works a treat now smile

voyds9

Original Poster:

5,765 posts

190 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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Both http and https working again.

cottonfoo

5,239 posts

117 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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Ribol said:
My ISP has software that can see through encryption etc to identify what you download.
They cannot.

paul26982

3,846 posts

125 months

Saturday 18th October 2008
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all working again here smile