The torrent site allows sharing of files that can be found on other websites and some torrent clients. That is exactly what BitTorrent is, a protocol that allows peer to peer distribution of files and can be used to distribute content such as movies, games, music, etc.
Any file that is shared through BitTorrent can be downloaded and shared freely and that is why they are called torrents and peer to peer. Software, movies, TV series, books, games, firmware, art, music, whatever you can imagine is shared through this protocol. To participate you need a BitTorrent client, the easiest to use to do so is uTorrent. With a BitTorrent client it is easy to find torrents that can be downloaded and shared.
So, if you have started downloading without doing your own research and you get malware on your device we will be responsible for that and we can do absolutely nothing about it. It’s on you to be careful when downloading from the internet.
For the more technically savvy, many people are moving away from pirate software and going to so-called “warez” sites, where people have found the ability to pay for their files in whole or in part, either online or through credit cards and other options.
However, you can still download software with the lowest risk and the most reliable files from legitimate sites. Piracy is illegal, but the legit way to get software works and is safe. If you’re not sure whether a file is legit or not, go ahead and download it. And remember that pirates also offer legal downloads for software.
Cracked software is a software that has been created by modifying a genuine software program. This means that this modified software is a legally and morally questionable one that lacks any authority of the original program it was based on. Software professionals claim that cracked software are often as bad or even worse than pirated software since they are created by someone with no respect for the original program or its author(s).In the past, cracked software was often the only way to legally obtain a copy of Windows 95/98/ME/XP/NT4/2000/2003 with a customized interface.