- The original website was shut down earlier this month
- The new domain is working and has updated content as well
- ExtraTorrent asked users not to fall for clone sites
The fans of the torrent website have reportedly put up a new domain – ExtraTorrent.cd – with content from the original website and have said that new content will be added to the website as well.
Similar to when KickAss Torrents was brought back to life as KickAss.cd, this new site appears to have been restored with all data intact. There doesn’t seem to be any major differences in the two sites, besides the web address. To make things clearer (or muddy them in a sense) there was a communication sent to a few Indian technology publications. The email claims that yes, ExtraTorrent is alive and well thanks to uploaders and admins.
We are a group of uploaders and admins from ExtraTorrent. As you know, SAM from ExtraTorrent pulled the plug yesterday and took all data offline under pressure from authorities. We were in deep shock and have been working hard to get it back online with all previous data.
We have successfully resurrected it back to its glory at extratorrent.cd with all available data. It’s live and new data is continuously being updated. Some small features are not yet working and we are getting it fixed as we speak. Our group had previously resurrected The Pirate Bay and KickAss Torrents (as kickass.cd) when these went offline. These sites are our home and we won’t let anyone destroy them.
NEW DELHI: Nokia 3310, a feature phone that had sold 126 million units globally before being phased out 12 years back, will now be available in a revamped avatar in India, marking the iconic brand’s second innings in among the world’s largest handset markets. HMD Global, which owns the rights to the Nokia brand, on Tuesday launched the “2G feature phone” at Rs 3,310. It will be available across top mobile stores in the country starting May 18.
The Nokia 3310 sports a 2.4-inch QVGA (240×320 pixels) colour display, compared to the 48×84 pixel resolution of the original. The handset runs on Nokia Series 30+ OS and comes with 16MB storage and supports expandable storage via microSD card (up to 32GB). On the back is a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash; the feature phone also offers FM radio. Nokia 3310 (2017) packs a removable 1200mAh battery that offers 22 hour talk-time and month-long standby time. With the Nokia 3310 (2017), HMD Global also brought back the classic Snake game which has been optimised for the new colour screen.
According to Hackeread.com, a user by the name of “nclay” claimed to have hacked Zomato and was willing to sell data pertaining to 17 million registered users on a popular Dark Web marketplace.
This included emails and password hashes of registered Zomato users with the price set for the whole package at $1,001.43 (BTC 0.5587) – BTC here stands for Bitcoins. Hackeread adds the vendor also published data and evidence to prove it was genuine.
Payment related information on Zomato is stored separately from this (stolen) data in a highly secure PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) compliant vault. No payment information or credit card data has been stolen/leaked.
Zomato, in a blog post
Today’s news confirmed our worst fears! ExtraTorrent has shut down permanently.
- ExtraTorrent was the second-most popular torrent index
- It follows Kickass and Torrentz.eu
- Ettv and Ethd will also end operations
ExtraTorrent has shut down permanently
ExtraTorrent with all mirrors goes offline.. We permanently erase all data.
Stay away from fake ExtraTorrent websites and clones.
Thx to all ET supporters and torrent community.
ET was a place to be….
May 17, 2017
ExtraTorrent, the world’s second largest torrent index, has permanently shut its doors today. The site, which launched in 2006, had steadily climbed the ranks in the torrenting world to become the third and second most popular torrent sites in the last two years, respectively, with millions of daily views and a particularly active community.
Government launches ‘Operation Clean Money’ website, says ‘no longer safe to deal with excessive cash’
Income Tax Department (ITD) has initiated Operation Clean Money, today. Initial phase of the operation involves e-verification of large cash deposits made during 9th November to 30th December 2016. Data analytics has been used for comparing the demonetisation data with information in ITD databases. In the first batch, around 18 lakh persons have been identified in whose case, cash transactions do not appear to be in line with the tax payer’s profile.
ITD has enabled online verification of these transactions to reduce compliance cost for the taxpayers while optimising its resources. The information in respect of these cases is being made available in the e-filing window of the PAN holder (after log in) at the portal https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in. The PAN holder can view the information using the link “Cash Transactions 2016” under “Compliance” section of the portal. The taxpayer will be able to submit online explanation without any need to visit Income Tax office.
Email and SMS will also be sent to the taxpayers for submitting online response on the e-filing portal. Taxpayers who are not yet registered on the e-filing portal (at https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in) should register by clicking on the ‘Register Yourself’ link. Registered taxpayers should verify and update their email address and mobile number on the e-filing portal to receive electronic communication.
A detailed user guide and quick reference guide is available on the portal to assist the taxpayer in submitting online response. In case of any difficulty in submitting on line response, help desk at 1800 4250 0025 may be contacted.
How to check Cash Transactions you made?
Logon to https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in. – The PAN holder can view the information using the link “Cash Transactions 2016” under “Compliance” section of the portal.