Kickass Torrent R.I.P, but solution is here 2016/2017

“After the shutdown of KickAssTorrent the torrent users should know how the owner was caught. First the owner’s email ID was collected by the FBI when an undercover agent contacted him for advertisement. Then when the owner of the KickAssTorrent made a payment in Apple’s store, BOOM! He got caught. The IP address traced back to him in Poland. Police went there and arrested him. POOR THING!!”

According to The Next Web,
“In less than 24 hours, a good portion of KAT has made its way back online, this time as a simple mirror of the original complete with identical design and a similar domain.
The mirror features everything upload from the last year, to year-and-a-half, but lacks the forums, community and support of KAT. That said, it does have most of the functionality required for the typical torrenter and certainly looks the part. Originally thought to be uploaded by the team at IsoHunt, Ernesto at TorrentFreak clued us in that this may not be the case.
IsoHunt, you may remember, was also behind the resurrection of The Pirate Bay during one of its numerous takedowns. The new mirror isn’t as robust as the mission to keep The Pirate Bay functional, but it’s only been a day, so additional features could be on the horizon:
“It’s not perfect but if users need to save and archive something it’s time,” the IsoHunt team said. “We don’t know how long it can last, but at least it’s something.”
The team also wanted to send clear support to Vaulin, and did so by linking a petition in the header to “Free Vaulin” from what it’s dubbing a violation of human rights. Granted, it’s not likely that the petitions will do much good, as the US made the arrest in Poland, which opens up an entire chain of custody and jurisdiction debate, but the sentiment is nice and spreading awareness of the predicament Vaulin finds himself in is never a bad thing.
Since law enforcement couldn’t possibly remove all of the stored files for movies, games, software and music online, the best it can hope for is to make them harder to find — the point of shutting down torrent sites in the first place. However, as we’re seeing again, the exercise is a clear-cut loser that costs money, imprisons non-violent offenders and leads to few (if any) actual benefits for the copyright holder or law enforcement.

Artem Vaulin, the alleged owner of KickAssTorrents was caught downloading a music album from Apple iTunes. Vaulin was using the same IP address he used to administer and manage the KickAss domain, bit silly & careless from the talented man.
After his arrest, the US hosted KAT server was shut down taking down the massive KAT archives with it. But, fear not Torrent fans I wrote a blog the very same day for the top 4 Kick Ass Torrent alternatives and you will love it because number 1 is the KAT mirror being hosted from Europe.
It was later unveiled that Apple Inc. filed the complaint and a law suit against Vaulin. Ah! the corporate clusterf*** is getting worse everyday. SO this is a signal for all torrent users’ to secure themselves when only, I don't recommend it but do take care if you in the USA and UK, consider using a VPN if you have received notices and warnings before.
Have a look at the alternatives blog above and this should definitely help with the torrent downloads issue.

They can take our Torrent Trackers but they will Never take our freedom, KAT is King!
Kickass Torrent Site blocked ,No need to Worry .Try this Link This link has the list of all proxy portal,
After opening the link you will get list of all proxy sites, Select any of the proxy sites from the list and you will be directed to KICKASS Site.
Many are saying that It’s back as but this site is not accessable in India at present.

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