uTorrent 3.5.3 Build 44358

BitTorrent - 3.0 MB ( Freeware)



Fast downloading of files through sharing and simultaneous transfer is now at a new level with uTorrent.

uTorrent (pronounced "MicroTorrent" mean micro μ) is a Peer-to-peer BitTorrent client, designed for the distribution of files at high speed.

With only 600k (approx) and 7MB memory, the software is very simple to use: to start a download the user has to simply inform the torrent file he wants to get address, so he can share and download large files very easily. If necessary, it is possible to adjust some settings: setting the bandwidth with priorities, scheduling downloads, RSS auto-downloading and DHT and downloading can begin.

The application supports downloading multiple files simultaneously and offers management of is appropriate UPnP.

It has a minimalist interface that immediately makes it an ideal choice for a novice user.

Title:
uTorrent 3.5.3 Build 44358
File Size:
3.0 MB
Requirements:
Windows (All Versions)
Language:
en-us
License:
Freeware
Date Added:
23 Feb 2018
Publisher:
BitTorrent
Homepage:
http://www.bittorrent.com
MD5 Checksum:
70F3053C46650BF29AA7EA9F84636B92

Use proper device pairing password when updating device info graphic.
Point Remote Learn More link to better URL.
Disable localhost/search lookup when making searches. Do not rely on the localhost port-10k discoverability.
Use a CRNG as a WebUI token source.
Require device/service pairing or standard webui authentication for the /proxy endpoint.
Sanity check Host header on HTTP requests.
Remove automatic discoverability feature over port 10000. The setting net.discoverable no longer exists.
WebUI action getsettings is only allowed for fully authenticated user (not guest).
Fix crash when sending malformed requests to /fileserve.
Fix forced re-install mode when same version is already installed.
Set uninstaller prompt dialog title.
Remove Nexway cart URLs.
License key information is no longer exposed via WebUI.




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