Sunday, April 15, 2012


New posts for this blog will continue at the Depthstrike Entertainment main blog. The posts that are here will be replicated there.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Kapersky Internet Security 2011, uTorrent and "User Mapped Section Open" errors.

  1. Go To Setting in KIS 2011
  2. Select Application Control & Select Bit Torrent > U Torrent
  3. Right Click on U torrent, Then To Application Rules
  4. In Exclusion Tab > Tick on "Do Not Monitor Application Activity"

Thursday, January 14, 2010

The BNBT core and IPv6

A while back someone had modified a BNBT core tracker to support IPv6 clients. I wasn't really interested in the code back then but the project to attempt to fix the socket model in BNBT is so backburnered right now, I'm interested in getting a hold of that code.

The person that had done the modifications knows how to find me. Please do.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

On halfopen limits and user stupidity regarding them.

Far too often, I'm seeing people increasing their halfopen limits in their BitTorrent clients without realizing just what they're doing.

They seem to THINK they're increasing their speeds, but they actually aren't.

The halfopen limit only limits the speed at which you can make outgoing connections. Having it increased is completely useless beyond about the first thirty seconds of starting a new torrent and gets progressively more useless as the torrent continues. If your client is set up and able to accept incoming connections, the benefit window shrinks to under 10 seconds.

Incoming connections aren't affected by halfopen limits.
The total number of connections you can establish in total isn't affected by halfopen limits, only the speed at which they can be established.
Your total speed is NOT affected by any halfopen limits.


Monday, May 18, 2009

My thoughts on the paranoia surrounding uTorrent versions newer than 1.6.1

All you people who think that uTorrent 1.6.1 is "safe" for whatever reason have to realize this:

People have been wiresharking their traffic for WEEKS at a time and have only been able to find proof that all your paranoia is complete and utter bullshit.

Nothing that people have claimed uTorrent does in regards to reporting to anti-p2p groups directly has ANY basis in fact.

And any of you who use BitComet because you think uTorrent spies on you need a MAJOR wake-up call. BitComet is the one that spies on you.