Demonoid are back online – as of today 30th March 2014. Her coders have made her run via cloud computing. Your old account is active.
After 20 months of downtime the infamous Demonoid BitTorrent tracker has made a comeback. The tracker returned a few weeks ago, but the now the website is accessible again too. Former users are still able to use their login details, and most of the old torrents are still listed on the site.
As the single largest semi-private BitTorrent tracker that ever existed, Demonoid offered a home to millions of file-sharers.
This changed abruptly August last year when a series of troubling events took the site offline. When it was still down after a year, many gave up hope that it would ever return.
Today, however, the site appears to have made a glorious comeback on Demonoid.ph, which the .com and .me domains are also linked to. TorrentFreak contacted the team behind the resurrection who confirmed the relaunch.
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