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Vertor- Helps to avoid virus infected, fake torrent files from downloading

BitTorrent sites are very popular among users, but one important disadvantages of BitTorrent sites are, downloaded file often might be a fake, virus-infected, DRM-encrypted or password-protected one. This discourages users from using torrent protocol. Users had to spend their valuable time to find a good quality torrent file to download.

Vertor (short for ‘verified torrent’) is a new torrent site that provides users with links to verified torrent files. The site checks each file for viruses, DRM protection or password protection.

More over, Vertor takes several screenshots of a video file, so the users can verify the original video before downloading it. Likewise, users can preview 20 seconds of the audio tracks, to avoid downloading the wrong music files. [Via]


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