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Quasar is awesome, too bad some people with shitty ISP can't use it and downvote this addon to hell. Anytime I bring up how real debrid is hurting Kodi I am downvoted to oblivion.
When the reality is that money getting involved, which real debrid has done, is hurting Kodi. But don't say that here where people circle jerk RD all goddamn day.
What is an "aggregator" site? Since Real Debrid is a premium link generator, I'm curious what you think you are talking about?
Exactly who would be getting these kick backs? RD has affiliate links, which give free time to the user if others pay for the service.
And I've never seen one of those links in this sub, ever. It certainly is popular, because it works well and is super cheap. For your average user, who hasn't clue about how any of this works, Quasar is a poor choice due to security issues.
You will get letters from copyright trolls eventually. So they need to setup and use a VPN, which is not trivial for the kind of user who has no idea what p2p or torrenting is.
Streaming torrents gets you great quality, it also exposes your ip address. That isn't a conspiracy, it is a true and indisputable fact.
Aggregator sites are the same as what you call premium link generators -- they are a middle man between a bunch, or aggregate, of file hosters , so you buy one account for access to many.
You really didn't understand via the context and example of real debrid, or you just wanted to make that remark? I'm not sure if it's direct support by mods or if those sites just have a bunch of people on their marketing team posting here, but there is something strange with the amount of posts supporting them and the FUD against torrents, Usenet, or any other method of access.
It's just something I've noticed; I suppose you haven't. If a user can figure out how to add their file host credentials to an add-on, they can certainly add their socks5 proxy in Quasar, so I'm not sure the argument there.
To be fair we're comparing paying for proxy vs paying for file hoster sites, neither of which expose your IP address.
I made the remark because RD is not an aggregator, it does not "aggregate" anything. It is a premium link generator - it is a proxy service.
They have no connection to file hosters, or streaming sites using the file hosters. It is actually a coincidence that RD turned out to be useful for Kodi addons, as it existed long before any addon supported them.
All I've noticed is people mentioning that this service enabled better access to file hosts and improved their experience. Not everyone, it doesn't work for those who have poor connectivity to the RD servers, but for others it works just fine.
There is no "FUD" against torrents - they have always been an issue. Again, long before Kodi addons, it was well known that copyright trolls go after torrent swarms.
There has never once been a single incident of a copyright troll sending a letter to anyone using a direct download site.
You literally go to a simple URL, click "enable" and your device is paired. Right, so what is the problem with using a site that not only gives you good access to direct streams, but proxies torrents for you as well.
Premiumize actually also proxies Usenet downloads. So, pay for a VPN, or pay for a site that is probably cheaper than your VPN, and handles direct downloads, torrents, and usenet.
I'm simply saying that any recommendations for Quasar should have a caveat. It is not superior in every way. It is a great addon, that does not mean premiumizing sites are a scam or a conspiracy against your favorite addon.
I do agree that direct links or scrapers can be quicker and possibly safer legally, but for quality, choice and avoiding the childish dev wars and empire building Quasar is my preferred method.
Also, there is zero difference where you use your credit card, VPN vs Premiumize or whatever. Don't use your credit card to pay for any of these services.
Setting up a Coinbase account and getting bitcoin is exactly the same as setting up a paypal account, anyone can do it in a few minutes.
Am I the only one that buys Starbucks gift cards in person and with cash and then uses said gift card to buy a year's worth of VPN service?
You need to use your address and bank account information to use coinbase. It's best to pay with cash to someone local.
There is nothing shady or illegal about using Coinbase. Once you purchase coins, you can do anything you like with them, and easily anonymize them.
If you are buying kilo's of cocaine, ya buy your bitcoin in cash. If you are paying for a legal, legitimate service like a VPN or Premiumize, no need.
Anyway, nobody is going after vpn or premiumize users enough to get a court order in a foreign country , obtain your account details, find out your payment method, go to Coinbase or paypal with another court order, and get your identification.
Because you torrented Wonder Woman. The main reason not to use credit cards with sites like those is simply that the ones you should be using are foreign, and foreign payment processors are generally sketchy in some way.
You can't have your credit card info stolen via bitcoin. OP missed one extra step you need to set it up: One slip-up or wrongly configured setting and you might as well not be using a VPN at all.
Granted, if you do set it up properly you should be fine, I suppose, but its still risky with Torrents. A VPN configuration is easy to test.
Google "what is my IP" Mine stays connected for days without fail. So your saying a VPN won't protect you if you're not connected to it?!
That goes without saying. Until an update accidentally messes up your vpn settings If it were me, I would set up a monitor that would tell me when the vpn was not working, but even that could fail and inadvertently expose you to the people monitoring torrents.
Nothing is fool proof. That's why you check your connection before sharing they type of torrents that would be monitored. That's why you look for a VPN that operates from a country not required to keep logs to link you to an IP.
You seriously think your torrenting Game of Thrones will warrant that kind of attention? Nobody gives a shit.
Even if you use your real ip on a public swarm, all you'll get is a "knock if off" letter. Nobody using any torrent addons is leaking screeners, work prints, or anything else that does get scrutiny.
Proxies don't use encryption by default, the ISP can still see what you are doing. Proxies just hide you IP from other peers. If you want to hide your internet traffic from your ISP you will have to use a VPN, but the same is true for regular streaming addons.
You are correct, VPN's encrypt your traffic. The OP stated "If the proxy goes down, it simply won't connect. I agree with the "If the proxy goes down, it simply won't connect.
Actually if the ISP wanted to monitor your traffic, they wouldn't care about who you are connecting to and what data you are transferring, it's easy enough to just monitor what files you download over http, or what links you open.
They can do that when you open a stream, click on a magnet link, or download a. I doubt they care though. I completely agree with OP, by using a proxy, Quasar is not any more dangerous than using a regular addon, and it's actually better in many ways than most of them.
ISPs don't care what you're doing, it's the third party copyright monitoring companies who do, and they only see IP addresses in a torrent swarm.
Also, torrent data is encrypted as well. If you wanna play the game, be prepared to pay the piper. Be smart with your choices of VPN.
Pirating is like paying for sex. There is always the risk of getting caught. If you don't want to get caught, then create your own movie and TV media server by using private sites as your sources.
Rarbg and eztv are good for shows, zooqle is good for finding most everything else, although the defaults in burst seem to be fine. I was messing around with Quasar a bit yesterday.
I have premiumize and real-debrid but still a little wary of streaming from torrents instead of a server. Quasar is good but Bubbles is even more safer cause you don't downloading torrent to your storage with your IP but stream that through your debrid services like PM is or RD.
I mean on file lockers most things can't stay alive for more then a week. If you have lucky you will find something one month old and that's it.
People complaining how RD won't work cause of this cause of that.. If it's something deleted you can't watch that.. Torrents staying alive way more longer then any file on hoster.
And if you are using Gvideo that is even worse cause those sites which put gvideo links are unprotected and they do not have encryption like Debrid.
You are right to a degree but using those Gvideo links are not worse because you are not transmitting uploading to other people.
Watching a movie from gvideo - ISP can see you getting traffic from it. Can't see what you are exactly doing. Watching a movie via streaming torrents - everyone can theoretically see what you are downloading, and uploading via seeding, and the exact title of the file.
Here is a DMCA notice or a potential lawsuit! HTTPS is default for most streams anywhere. Besides, ISP's do not monitor nor care about any of this.
Private companies do, and they simply send letters to those whose IP they grabbed in a torrent swarm. It is impossible for these companies to monitor direct download sites.
Thanks for the info about Bubbles. I tried it in the past with just Real-Debrid and while I could get a bunch of links to show up most of them didn't seem to work for me.
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