Quote: Originally Posted by thunderball
Thank you, but that´s is not the point. If you got something to sell, communicate it. Anything else is double-extra-sleazy in a already sleazy business.
He's not selling anything. He's sharing his experience. No need to be so rude.
Why do you insist on SSL Links? RS offered SSL downloads just to rake in money in addition to their usual fee. No web action stays unnoticed anyway.
I guess you don't understand anything about the concept of privacy. SSL gives you some degree of security against snooping ISPs. They see WHERE you are downloading from but not WHAT. That's obviously important to most people viewing this forum. BTW RS never charged extra for SSL links. It was a free option.
Thanks to bazillion of "special donation" sites I usually trace, sooner or later, what I am looking for. AD has lots of glitches and they are very..... "creative"..... speed wise.
But as long you are not a "Fight-Loader", it will do. I like it. I am sure I would like RD too, but free information first.
Would you care to elaborate? It's difficult to guess what you are talking about here.
BTW I signed up for a free RD account. It's no harder than signing up for this forum. They just ask for login name, password, and email address. When you sign in you see a whole lot more, including prices, which are the same as AD's. Supposedly you can generate RD links free for Bayfiles, Mediafire, and Megashares but I tried it with Bayfiles and I got a message, "Upgrade your account now to generate a link." I put in a support ticket for this. Another thing is, I entered my info into the JD plug-in and it says my account has expired. I tried to report this but I got an error when trying to submit it. They have this god-awful captcha type thangy with two LONG words so obscured that I had to try it many times before getting one of them right.
Usually I get real captchas right on the first try or I can get one that is short. A real pain. So far I'm not at all impressed with this site. I hope their service response helps change that. If it will work better with SSL, it would be a welcome alternative to AD.