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shamu726 posted a topic in FileSharing NewsWith one of the largest eBook collections, Amazon is the place to shop for many paying readers. However, eBook pirates can now get their fix at the popular store too, via a new Chrome extension that places links to pirated copies into Amazon's pages. As one of the largest online retailers, Amazon is the go-to store for many people. Amazon became big by selling books and in recent years eBooks have become some of the fastest selling items. However, pirates are now directly targeting the company’s successful business model. With a new Chrome extension pirates are entering Amazon, effectively transforming it into a pirate ‘store.’ When the LibGen extension is installed, it adds a new row on top of the Amazon product page of books that are also available through unauthorized sources. The plugin uses data from the Libgen.org search engine which lists over a million books. Below is a screenshot of an Amazon book page, with a new row on the top linking to pirated downloads of the same title. LibGen, short for Library Genesis, lists a wide variety of pirate sources for most books, including direct downloads, torrents and magnet links. It appears to work well, although there are occasional mismatches where links to books with similar titles are listed. Needless to say book publishers are not going to be pleased with Amazon’s unofficial feature. Whether Amazon plans to take any action to stop the extension has yet to be seen. The idea to transform Amazon into a pirate site is not entirely new. A few years ago a Firefox plugin integrated Pirate Bay download links into the site, which also worked for music and movies. This plugin was quickly taken offline quickly after the news was picked up by the mainstream media. There are still other extensions floating around with the same functionality. Torrent This, for example, enhances Amazon with links to Pirate Bay download pages for all sorts of media, much like the “Pirates of the Amazon” plugin did. Source: TorrentFreak
There are a number of different ways to do this, but when you get down to it all they all do the same thing, which is change your IP address so it looks like you’re in another country. Some use proxy servers, others use VPNs, and there are hundreds of different options in each category. But arguably the easiest way to unblock movies on Netflix and take a peek at what’s available in other regions is to install a browser extension called Hola. Here’s a quick rundown of how to do it: Download and install Hola for your browser of choice and complete the free sign up process if you’re prompted to. Head over to Netflix. (Everything should look the same). Click on the Hola icon (looks like a flaming smiley face) and change your location to a different country of your choice. Refresh and the selection should include a bunch of new movies and TV shows you didn’t previously have access to.Enjoy...
Update (New Version Thread) : http://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/223886-beta-adguard-extension-for-firefox-10212/ Homepage : http://blog.adguard.com/en/adguard-news/adguard-firefox-open-beta-test.html Download Link (For Firefox And Its Variants) : http://chrome.adtidy.org/app.html?app=main.xpi Download Link ( For Nightly Only) : http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/GAGZPTIE/main-18.104.22.168.xpi_links How to install a beta version? 1. Download xpi file via the above link 2. Drag the downloaded file to Firefox. This Is The Extension Only For Firefox Browers, For Full Program Go Here : http://adguard.com/en/download.html