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JDownloader is the most impressive java-based download manager to automate downloading from one click file hosting cyberlocker sites as a free or premium user. Unlike other alternatives, JDownloader recognizes nearly every file hosting website and they have their own custom made decrypter modules to decode encrypted links and get the real download URL. JDownloader is supported by 74 developers and 15 reporters with an active community board that made it all possible for them to provide an update about every 2 weeks to fix any broken or add new unsupported hosts.
In comparison of features, JDownloader also wins hands down. It is able to bypass certain weak CAPTCHA codes, auto reconnect to get a new IP address for downloading the next part rather than waiting, support both free and premium download methods, automatically extract a package including using a password list when downloading is complete, check links validity, multi-host download accounts, clipboard monitoring, and add-ons such as anti standby, hjsplit, shutdown, remote control, scheduler, web interface etc.
As powerful as JDownloader is, it is well known to use up quite a lot of memory up to 150MB in our test. The initial installation can take a while to complete whether you use the web or offline installer because the web needs to download all the files while the offline version needs to be updated.
Mipony has every feature to assist in automating downloading such as clipboard capture, link detection of recognized hosts (no decryption), plugin support for third party automated solving CAPTCHA service, automated RAR extract using a list of passwords, join split files, scheduler, remote control via web interface or an android app. It also uses the free and open source tesseract OCR engine to provide limited auto CAPTCHA solving.
CryptLoad is a free and portable download manager that runs on .NET Framework 2.0 with built in CAPTCHA recognition (currently only work on 6 hosts) and support for FineReader (a shareware OCR) or AutoImager. CryptLoad focuses more on reconnect feature with 3 methods (modem, router, external file) to reset your connection for a new IP address and the rest of the features are quite basic.
Load! is free and has been around since 2007. It actually has a lot of potential because every necessary and useful feature can be found on the program. Clipboard monitoring, container support, auto extraction with password list, action after all downloads are completed, proxy, reconnect, anti-captcha, and even a unique macro recorder to automatically playback recorded user actions based on the events in the program.
ochDownloader is a simple, free and portable download manager that is able to pick up direct download HTTP links and slightly more than 10 one-click file hosts. 3 addons are built-in to the program to monitor the clipboard, renew IP and auto extraction from a list of passwords. Do take note that ochDownloader can only download as a free user and does not support premium accounts.
Some services require a software download which makes files only available on computers which have that software installed, others allow users to retrieve files through any web browser. With the increased inbox space offered by webmail services, many users have started using their webmail service as an online drive. Some sites offer free unlimited file storage but have a limit on the file size. Some sites offer additional online storage capacity in exchange for new customer referrals.
This site, offering manga and other publications, displays several options for downloading the desired files. From this download link, the user is redirected in one click to a completely separate website.
The website to which they are redirected offers two options for downloading, a slow speed download (free) and a high speed download (premium). For this particular file, it reads "This file can only be accessed through the Premium Version."
This is a typical example of pirate website tactics. The first website in this example is the leech site. The leech site advertises free downloads, and directs the internet user to the second website. This website is actually a cyberlocker, which hosts the uploaded file in collaboration with a cloud service, allowing internet users to download the file. Although advertised as a "free download," the cyberlocker offers these paid plans to internet users. Other cyberlockers, even if offering genuinely free downloads, may place other restrictions on the files, such as severely limiting download speeds.
The website allowed users to download some content for free, but made money by charging subscriptions to people who wanted access to faster download speeds or extra content. The website also sold advertising.
Someone told me last week that Daryl Hall recorded a great album in the 1970s with Robert Fripp, and that's the kind of ephemera that gets a 38-year-old man such as myself mildly interested. Google first led me to Amazon (cheapest copy 26.95, second-hand), and then to various music bloggers praising the record and linking to free downloads of the album that they'd placed on file-hosting services such as Rapidshare and Megaupload. It's little wonder that Sony (which owns the rights to that record) and other media giants have lobbied for a crackdown on these "cyberlockers", as Peter Mandelson referred to them recently when assessing potential targets for the Digital Economy Act. 041b061a72