Download music, movies, games, software and much more. The Pirate Bay is the galaxy's most resilient BitTorrent site.
The Pirate Bay is a known torrent site with a sizable collection of torrents in all categories, enough mirrors to resist efforts at a government shutdown, and a sizable community to aid users in selecting the files they wish to download. However, there’s always a chance that the website may go down.
The Pirate Bay has servers in both Belgium and Russia for future use in case of another raid. According to The Pirate Bay, in the two years following the raid, it grew from 1 million to 2.7 million registered users and from 2.5 million to 12 million peers. The Pirate Bay now claims over 5 million active users.
The Pirate Bay, file-sharing Web site founded in 2003 by the Swedish anti-copyright group Piratbyrån (“Bureau of Piracy”). The Pirate Bay is the most popular site in the world to use the BitTorrent protocol that allows the distribution of very large files such as those containing movies and electronic games.
What is Pirate Bay? Pirate Bay is a site that allows you as a visitor to search the internet, identify and download files on the internet ranging from movies, games, software, animations shows, pictures, series and TV packs. It is an enormous site that is known to many as one that associates visitors to torrent files and magnet links.
The Pirate Bay runs 9 web fronts on a single database. The two search systems run Sphinx, and there are 8 trackers for BitTorrent. The front end of The Pirate Bay uses both PHP and lighttpd, while the backend uses MySQL. Opentracker allows the site to use an UDP tracker to enhance the coordination speed between servers.
The Pirate Bay works by tracking files that can be downloaded using the BitTorrent protocol. TPB boasts that it is free for your personal use and claims to also be uncensored. TPB is the standard for tracking BitTorrent files and, although it has had its moments when it has been shut down, it always manages to rise back up, victorious.