Popular torrent site ExtraTorrent shut down permanently

extratorrent permanently shutdown

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. Those users logging in to ExtraTorrent today, however, will be met with a short message indicating that the website has been shut down, this time for good. While it’s not entirely unusual for torrent websites to suffer from extended downtime and regular domain changes, the message found on the website today seems to indicate that the site may never return, following in the footsteps of Kat Torrents, which was – at the time of its closure – the largest site of its kind. lets know about extratorrent shut down. Read more:

extratorrent shut down permanently

Clients who get to the site’s landing page are invited by a short yet clear message, demonstrating that the mainstream deluge file won’t give back (the message shows up irregularly).

"ExtraTorrent has closed down for all time."

"ExtraTorrent with all mirrors goes disconnected. 
We for all time delete all information. 
Avoid fake ExtraTorrent sites and clones. 
Thx to all ET supporters and downpour group. ET was a place to be… ."

Users hoping for another mirror or a Pirate Bay-esque resurrection may also be disappointed as the owners of the site are also intent on permanently deleting all the data on their servers.

Torrent watcher TorrentFreak has reached out to the owner of the site, SaM, who has also confirmed the development.

extratorrent shut down officially

ExtraTorrent was established in November 2006, when locales, for example, TorrentSpy and Mininova were overwhelming the scene. In any case, ExtraTorrent was resolved to build up a group of people of its own.  The site went ahead to exceed a hefty portion of its ancestors and with a great many days by day guests, ExtraTorrent wound up as the second biggest deluge site, trailing just behind The Pirate Bay.

How much of this is a result of legal pressure from governments and big-name studios – which claim to have lost billions in revenue over the years – remains to be seen, though it wouldn’t be surprising if mounting legal pressure, which had already forced the site to make domain changes, was the ultimate cause.

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  1. What a bummer! I never used this torrent service but still. I am trying to get off of using torrents…I don’t want to be in trouble 🙂

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