The Maumee Torrent, also known as the Maumee Megaflood, was a catastrophic draining of Lake Maumee, the ancestor of present-day Lake Erie, that occurred approximately 14,000 to 17,000 years ago during the late Wisconsin glaciation. It happened when the waters of Lake Maumee, possibly in response to an advance of the ice front at the eastern end of the lake, overtopped a "sag" or low spot in the Fort Wayne Moraine, which was a deposit of glacial debris that acted as a natural dam at the site of present-day Fort Wayne, Indiana. This unleashed a massive flow of water that scoured a one- to two-mile-wide outlet running southwest to the Wabash River known as the "Wabash-Erie Channel", which probably followed the course of earlier, less massive drainage. The channel, now a small stream called the Little River, is the largest topographical feature in Allen County, Indiana. As much as 30 feet of fine sand, silt and organic sediments were deposited in the channel before drainage reversed and was captured by the present-day Maumee River. U.S. Route 24 between Fort Wayne and Huntington follows the channel.
Steps to reproduce: Compatibility mode just caused the torrent links to download as they normally do when clicking a torrent link.Add Torrent Control extension to Orion from firefox extensions page: -US/firefox/addon/torrent-control/?utm_source=addons.mozilla.org&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=searchSet up options page so that the extension is configured to send torrent links to the webUI of your torrent software server.Click a torrent link from a website.
Expected behavior: What you expect to happen when you click the torrent link is for the extension to capture the attempt to download the .torrent file and instead directly upload the file to the webUI of your torrent software to start the torrent download. Instead, clicking the torrent link takes you to a page that says:
Hi, my network is 100pc's big and would like to know how to capture traffic from clients downloading through torrents such as bittorrent and utorrent. My ISP has given me a warning on copyright violation because someone is downloading movies on our business internet. And not all pc's can be proxied.
Torrent traffic can run on a lot of different ports, often even randomized on each start of the torrent program, but you should be able to spot the traffic anyway. You might want to take a look at the conversation statistics to see if there are any nodes that have tons of external IPs as communication partners, which would be typical for torrent downloads - each seeder they are connected to would appear in the list.
Video-Streaming: The streaming label identifies video applications that require a continuous and steady stream of data. We captured traffic from YouTube (HTML5 and flash versions) and Vimeo services using Chrome and Firefox.
FTP: This label identifies traffic applications whose main purpose is to send or receive files and documents. For our dataset we captured Skype file transfers, FTP over SSH (SFTP) and FTP over SSL (FTPS) traffic sessions.
P2P: This label is used to identify file-sharing protocols like Bittorrent. To generate this traffic we downloaded different .torrent files from the Kali linux distribution and captured traffic sessions using the Vuze application. We also used different combinations of upload and download speeds.
The traffic was captured using Wireshark and tcpdump, generating a total of 22GB of data. To facilitate the labeling process, as we explained in the related published paper, we captured the outgoing traffic at the workstation and the gateway simultaneously, collecting a set of pairs of .pcap files: one regular traffic pcap (workstation) and one Tor traffic pcap (gateway) file.
Later, we labelled the captured traffic in two steps. First, we processed the .pcap files captured at the workstation: we extracted the flows, and we confirmed that the majority of traffic flows were generated by application X (Skype, ftps, etc.), the object of the traffic capture. Then, we labelled all flows from the Tor .pcap file as X.
I have captured some WiFi traffic on my own network using Wireshark and I am looking for a way to be able to identify the IP addresses of the peers that I have interacted with during a BitTorrent/TCP connection.So far I have been able to pinpoint the website and the files downloaded from that website. Is there a particular filter I can in Wireshark to be able to identify the peers (ie. the IP addresses) that were in the swarm for downloading the file or would this data only contain the information of the tracker that was used please?
Can anyone with the dvd, upload this as a torrent pls? So that the rest of us could perhaps download this beautiful film? It would be greatly appreciated! Treason like Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
As much as I'd like to believe in that "buy it" thing of yours, I've always been the person who believed that films are art and art should be free. There are people who can't afford even 1 dollar to buy/see a movie.Sad, really, if you think about it.I think back to when I was still working. I made ca 6000 a month which would make like 400 dollars a month! Now, if you take off all the taxes, you're lucky, if you have 100 dollars left for the entire month to buy food. You should, however, concider, that when in America you can buy breakfast for 1 dollar, in Estonia it doesn't even buy you a cup of coffee.How on Erath would I have the money to buy that DVD?And does that make me less of a person just because I live in country that is more interested in buying a car for government payed by the government (which costs like 1'000'000) than it is interested in the children which just happens to be the future of us all.I'm sorry, I cannot feel any respect (or any other feeling accept hate and wrath) for a country such as this.This post will be most likely deleted for the government would not like to have something like this up here. But for those of you who get the chance to read it before it is gone - please, there are people out there less fortunate that you. Do not blame the torrent download, there simply aren't people who could afford to buy the movie.Does that really mean that they don't deserve to see it????P.S.In case any of you get chance, save this text for it may not be around for much longer.__________________________________Question everything, trust no one.
Oh do shut up, stop scraping for sympathy. My argument, my dear, was that FANS had campaigned to get this out on DVD, we worked hard, your original post was posted WELL after you could buy it. If you wanted the DVD so much why not buy it, why download it? Why not support the film if you enjoy it?! It's not a well known blockbuster, it's a small budget movie and doesn't it deserve respect because you enjoy it???You now can't buy this DVD because, well the sales went crap and they decided not to have the DVD for sale anymore... and guess whose torrenting the only decent copy... ME! So that puts your 'I'm trying to censor your right to torrent stuff' rant and your free art rant too!And love, it was your friend, it was a tad obvious.I mean, I'm sorry, but do you honestly think you have a right to view art for free?! When has that EVER been the case? In Ancient times you PAID to go watch a play, it's not different now. Are you seriously saying that just because you don't make much money you should get things for free? Does the world really owe you? Why, it doesn't owe anyone else!! I may agree with that it it was food, warmth etc and things you NEED to live but not something that is in essence a luxury!I buy maybe one DVD every few months, I save up to buy it and I save hard!Also you are basically saying people who make 'art' wether that be movies, paintings etc shouldn't get paid for it because you want it free???? How selfish!!Stolen Women Captured Hearts was NOT made on a big budget, with well known over paid actors, it was a small budget movie for TV and you are saying just because you don't want to save up those people shouldn't get paid for their work???? They should just give it to you for FREE!!!Seriously!!! Don't start going on about art either (only directed at above poster) or that I'm spoiled, I work two jobs and I work damn hard and long for my money, I SAVE for what I want to buy and don't expect to get everything for free, I'm working class and I'm proud of it, I don't think I deserve anything for free and neither should you! And let me ask you this, are you telling me you'd be happy with a crappy avi that's all fuzzy over a proper, clean DVD? Well then, you may be but other fans aren't and if you are going to outright attack me at least have the balls to reply to me so I know it eh.You are the one with the limited view, you want everything for nothing, with no work and no respect! You have NO respect for the work others put in and no respect for what you claim to 'love' and 'enjoy.'No one else here was referring to me anyway, so why bring me into it? Because I made you feel bad for freeloading? Because I told it like it was? Because you had no real come back to me saying you are greedy and can't work for things and hold no respect for what others work for?I think you need to take a long look at yourself.I have NO problem torrenting or downloading anything if I can't go out and buy it for a decent price BUT if you can buy it, if you want it, you should SAVE up for it like everyone else does and if you can't do that accept that what you are doing is shady and keep it to yourself!EDIT: Just wanted to add, this whole thing was over two years ago, why on earth are you still whining about how hard done by you are by me and trying to rally for support over something so old???!!! I feel really sorry for you, that you can't let stuff go. But do not attack me on the sly if you have something to say, say it to me directly!"Never bite into an apple without knowing what lies within..." 2b1af7f3a8