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Windows / Re: Invalid 'name' of torrent (possible exploit attempt)
« on: April 11, 2017, 11:30:04 pm »
Can you send me the torrent file in private?
I suspect we could simply modify the name of the torrent file and it should load fine.

Hi, I can't seem to be able to send it to you in private, something to do with "project name". Anyway, I have tried previously renaming the torrent file if that's what you mean, which in turn didn't result in anything.
This is the link to the torrent file : https://avistaz.to/torrent/52843-the-human-condition-i-no-greater-love-1959-1080p-bluray-avc-lpcm-10-unreliable
The other private tracker is HDT

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Windows / Re: Invalid 'name' of torrent (possible exploit attempt)
« on: April 10, 2017, 06:55:47 pm »
Anyone ?  :-\

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Windows / Invalid 'name' of torrent (possible exploit attempt)
« on: April 07, 2017, 10:39:27 pm »
Hi

So basically there is one particular torrent (that I really need to download) and is available on two different private trackers.
I'm facing the same issue with both torrents, which is whenever I try to load the torrent an error appears saying " Invalid 'name' of torrent (possible exploit attempt) "
Of course there are people who have downloaded and finished this torrent before and some are now seeding, which rules out the possibility that it's faulty.
I needed to test a different client, so I tried utorrent and it loaded normally, I noted that the torrent name (or path, that contains the film itself) starts like this " G__ " which then occurred to me that maybe that's why I was getting the error message in qbittorrent.

Now, is there actually a way to fix this ?
If not, then is there possibly a way to create a new torrent file from the already downloading torrent in utorrent in order to load THAT new torrent into qbittorrent and seed normally ?

PS : The " Copy magnet URL " in utorrent is disabled on this torrent.

Many Thanks in advance, I appreciate any advice or input.

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Windows / Re: Migrating files to a new HDD
« on: January 15, 2017, 02:59:10 am »
Also, alternatively, is there a way to know which of the torrents has their files renamed ?

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Windows / Migrating files to a new HDD
« on: January 15, 2017, 02:54:12 am »
So I'm trying to transfer my payload to a new drive, the problem is that some of the files has been renamed previously while adding them for the first time, so it would be a huge mess to mass migrate the files while checking them individually. I could check each file individually but this of course is gonna take a lot of time since I can't remember which torrents I renamed their files and which I didn't, so it's gonna be a tough process because there are quite a lot of torrents.


Is there a way to make all files relocate, as they are, to a different "drive letter" ?
For example, to make the program seed from F:/Torrents instead of C:\Torrents
"Torrents" folder being of course the same one, just cut then pasted in the new drive.

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