Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. 4K Camera Drone Amazon
    13:37 Deals

    This pro-grade 4K camera drone is $430 at Amazon, and it beats $800+ rivals

  2. Smart Lock Amazon
    10:32 Deals

    eufy’s Smart Lock Touch is stunning, and it has one feature you can’t get with…

  3. Best Beach Towels For Sand
    09:02 Deals

    You’ll never go to the beach again without this $17 Amazon find from a viral TikTok

  4. Disney Plus Free
    14:51 Deals

    Hidden Amazon deal gets you 6 months of Disney+ for free

  5. Amazon Deals
    09:51 Deals

    Today’s best deals: Alexa in your car for $19.99, surprise Fire TV Stick 4K sale, $6…

Yet another hugely popular Torrent site bites the dust

February 9th, 2015 at 4:25 PM
Kickass Torrents Down and Download Alternatives

Soon after The Pirate Bay was taken offline in early December following a police raid in Sweden, several other torrenting alternatives took its place, as download fans kept looking for their regular torrents elsewhere. One such site is Kickass Torrents, whose popularity surged in the aftermath of The Pirate Bay’s unexpected demise.

Now that The Pirate Bay is back, however, it looks like Kickass is down alongside several other sites.

FROM EARLIER: 4 Pirate Bay alternatives every torrent fan should know about

The site now returns an error message if loaded, Wired reports, with users unable to access the site’s Somali .so domain. The publication says that while the Somali registry appears to be a safe haven for torrent sites such as Kickass, it appears that other .so sites containing the word “Kickass” have been taken offline in the process.

Kickass Torrents has been forced to move a few times since its creation in 2008, and it’s likely the site will be resurrected in the future. The Pirate Bay came back online recently, though it took the team nearly two months to return.

Meanwhile, considering that The Pirate Bay is far from being fully operational at the moment, make sure you check out this post for more options.

UPDATE: The site is back up, and it’s available at its former .to domain, and looks like for the time being everything is working as expected.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Popular News