Each torrent has a unique fingerprint called a "hash" or "info hash".
This info hash is used to ensure that the completed download of the content associated with a torrent will be uncorrupted.
The content in a torrent is broken down into pieces, or "bits", for transfer.
Each piece has its own hash and its hash is compared to the info hash of the torrent.
If the hashes match, then the piece is accepted as part of the download.
If the hashes do not match, then the piece is rejected.
The info hash ensures that the completed download will be uncorrupted and also ensures that malware can not be injected into an otherwise clean torrent.
Each torrent has a unique fingerprint called an info hash. Among other information, the info hash has specific information about the content associated with the torrent. As each "bit" of the content is downloaded, it is checked against the info hash to ensure it matches. A "hashfail" is when content you have received through the torrent does not match the info hash's information on the content. It is normal for a small amount of hashfails on a bittorrent transfer as the bits of the content being transferred sometimes get corrupted during the transfer. These corrupted bits that fail the hash check are discarded and the bittorrent client looks for uncorrupted bits to replace them. The hash check ensures that the final download will be uncorrupted.
Each torrent has its own unique fingerprint called a "hash". The content in a torrent is broken down into pieces or "bits". Each bit comes with its own hash. While a torrent is downloading, each piece of the content is subjected to a "hash check", where the hash of the piece is compared to the hash of the torrent to verify its integrity. A "hash fail" is where the piece's hash fails to match the hash of the torrent. This usually is due to a corruption in transfer. The hash check is one of the best features of bittorrent as it ensures that the completed download will be uncorrupted and prevents anyone from injecting any malware into a clean torrent. A small amount of hash fails on a torrent is normal.
utorrent for pc, bit torrent for mac
SHA-1 has a 160-bit hash value.
uTorrent is a bittorrent client. Using a torrent or magnet link, uTorrent will download content from other users active on the torrent or magnet. The content is distributed in small bits. When all the bits are received, you will have an exact copy of the original content. Each torrent or magnet has specific content associated with it. This content is defined by an Info Hash. Every bit that is received by your client is checked against this Info Hash. If it does not match, then it is discarded. This is called a "hashfail". it is normal to have some hashfails as content can be corrupted during transfer. This should only be a small percentage of the overall content. The hashfail is part of the process that ensures your completed download will be an exact copy of the original.
You can not download songs from Bit Torrent. All Bit Torrent does is manage torrents. To download music for use with Bit Torrent you have to find websites where they have torrent libraries. I"d suggest using either of the sites in the related links. You select the file you want to download on these sites, and then they go to bit torrent where it actually downloads the songs and puts them together.
No Torrent websites are safe.
uTorrent is a bit torrent client which allows you to download .torrent files.
Bit Torrent, VIP Torrent and AzureusNo torrent program is any faster than the others. The speed of the torrent depends on how many seeders there are available in which to pull the torrent from.
Some well-known hash algorithms with a 160-bit output:RIPEMMD-160SHA-0/SHA-1Tiger-160
utorrent was bought by bit torrent later so they are almost identical..though bit torrent uses a lot of resources of your computer..so utorrent is a better choice.
Your best bet would be to ask the torrent site. Although MOST ( not all ) passworded torrents are fake, sometimes the "group" who uploaded them passworded the torrent. Some private trackers also use passworded archives. Since you do not have a link to the torrent, or the full name of it, this question can not be answered, but be sure to ask the forum at the site where you downloaded it from. Almost all torrent sites have a thread dedicated to this problem. Just be sure to give them the link, or the hash-info of the file, as what you have given is not nearly enough to narrow the torrent down.
Type in bit torrent into google and the first hit will give you the website. do not buy it as it is free. the point is that it is used illegally.
Yes, a DVD burner is needed to burn a DVD from bit torrent movies.
Use P2P programs like emule and bit torrent. For bit torrent, use utorrent on Windows and thepiratebay .org.
In and of themselves, yes.Downloading pirated content is often not legal, but this is independent of whether you get it by bit torrent or other means.
It is Used for bit torrent P2P File Sharing, Bit torrent uses Ports 6902 - 6968 For File Data Transfer.
I'm not sure of bitdefenders. A bit torrent is a file that has been compressed into a very small amount, and you need a bit torrent to download and open the file. There are many situations where viruses can come along with the bit you download.