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>Just wondering: Does anyone have any favorite free porn sites

>to recommend?:)

 

One of my favorites is:

http://www.bf-collection.com/

 

My only concern is whether or not all the guys are, indeed, over 18--it seems to be a reputable site & I hope that the ages are accurate...

 

Another site I enjoy is:

 

http://www.radvideo.com/home.php

or

http://ee4.radvideo.tv/pc/Home.asp?

(you can receive the "hunk of the day" pics and you can get short video clips).

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The best free porn/file sharing site that I know of is gaytorrents:

 

http://en.gay-torrents.net/index.php?action=torrentslist;type=porn;lang=;subtype=;start=0

 

You need to download a "converter" and apply it each time you download a new video.

 

They have a daily flow of new vids, from amateur (CF, SC, CM) to Falcon, Studio 2000, etc., with fetishes and "types" interspersed.

 

The only problem with downloading from there is, little "bugs" piggyback on the downloads and attach themselves to your hard drive which slows things down considerably. .x( Fortunately, I've found that a quick re-start gets them gone in short order.

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>Is there such a thing as "Bad Free Porn?"

 

YES - just because it's porn does not make it worth watching. Bad production values, boring models, fuzzy pictures....

 

Taking good pictures and shooting good movies is an art, mastered by a very few. Nothing is more of a turnoff than BAD PORN.

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I fear letting my secret out but it's trapped me in it for a solid week is some vortex of porn. It's insane, it's addictive, and it's GOOD.

 

http://gay-torrents.net

 

If you're unfamiliar with torrents then it's worth learning about them for this site. If you're already familiar ... well have fun and may I suggest SeaGate's 500 GB backup drive on sale at Bestbuy now ... you'll need it :)

 

Welcome to the dark side.

 

P.S. Sorry I tend to skim over things from people that bug me and didn't notice NCM already posted it. Then again I could have been distracted by one of the porns I just downloaded from it. ;)

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If youre going to download from the torrent site mentioned, which I do all the time, you might need some tech assistance. You'll need to be able to do what is called "port forwarding," something I can' explain and I had to get help with. I also had to dump the cable comp;any's modem/router and buy my own Linksys router. Without port forwarding you can't get any decent speed and downloading will take forever. One down, howeever, I'm downloading sometimes as fast as 1,500 kb/sec.

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I hate you and Adler both.

Yesterday I had to go out and buy an external hard drive because I had used up all the free space on my hard drive.

The good news is that it was easy to install.

The bad news is it has 300 GB of space.

I hate you both........

Now you guys bring the popcorn and come over.

 

I still hate you both.

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< I hate you and Adler both.

 

Scott will be SOOOOO happy to learn that he and I have something in common. (NOT!). ;-)

 

Just because you can download so many hot vids doesn't mean you have to save them all forever. x( I generally keep about a dozen on my hard drive and then delete as I make room for the new ones.

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Breach Worries Online Porn Industry

 

Jan 11, 4:53 PM (ET)

By GEOFF MULVIHILL

 

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. (AP) - When operators of sex-oriented Web sites gather at the Internext convention starting Sunday in Las Vegas, a major leak at a little New Jersey company is likely to be a big topic.

 

Freehold-based Too Much Media, which sells accounting software for adult Web sites, told its customers last month that a security breach on its computers allowed hackers to access various adult Web sites' subscriber lists.

 

Keith Kimmel of Norman, Okla., who runs two Web sites that feature porn, said the breach has the potential to embarrass.

 

"Would you really want a record floating around the Internet that you subscribe to hardcore bondage?" he asked. ( Heck, around here it could be a badge of honor! :) )

 

Indeed, it appears stolen personal and company information is being used to bombard subscribers, many of whom would rather not have their identities known, with junk e-mails advertising sexually explicit images from competitors. No credit information appears to have been stolen.

 

Company co-founder John Albright said someone stole addresses and passwords from Too Much Media's computers that allowed them to log onto its customers' porn Web sites as the webmasters and extract information about porn subscribers and the Web sites that refer them.

 

Too Much Media's Next-Generation Administration and Tracking Software, known as NATS, tracks referrals to porn Web sites from other sites and calculates how much the affiliate sites are owed. The porn purveyors typically pay the affiliates a portion of their subscription revenue.

 

Using the e-mail addresses and passwords, the hackers - seeking customers for still other porn enterprises - sent around new waves of pornographic spam, Albright said.

 

Practically everyone with an e-mail address has to contend with unwanted e-mails from porn purveyors.

 

But industry experts say online porn customers are especially concerned about keeping their subscriptions private and would not want their actual patronage of porn sites revealed by means of individualized spam that a friend or family member might see.

 

Jim McAnally, who has published porn on the Internet since 1993, said he'd never heard about such a serious breach in the industry.

 

"There's a loss, in my opinion, of user confidence," said McAnally, of Atlanta, who owns six porn sites and uses the Too Much Media software.

 

McAnally said he expects lots of chatter at the Internext convention, which follows close on the heels of the Adult Entertainment Expo that ran from Wednesday through Saturday, in Las Vegas, about how to prevent such breaches in the future.

 

It's been a big topic over the last few weeks on the online message board he runs for webmasters of adults sites.

 

Porn is one of the oldest businesses on the Internet. Countless adult sites offer video, photos and even cartoons dealing with sex.

 

Many of Too Much Media's customers had security measures in place to block the invasion, Albright said. But he said the company no longer stores the e-mail addresses and passwords of its customers.

 

"The story's been sensationalized," Albright said. "It's not like people are taking this information to go out there and say, 'John Smith bought a subscription to this Web site.' It's just used to market more porn Web sites."

 

Corey Silverstein, a lawyer for MojoHost, a Farmington Hills, Mich., Web hosting company that counts porn sites among its clients, said 13 use the NATS software. All of them reported that their information had been accessed because of the breach at Too Much Media, he said.

 

"Thousands of individual accounts were wide open for anyone on the Internet to go in and take," said Silverstein.

 

The addresses gathered by NATS customer Web sites may be especially valuable to porn companies. As more free porn sites pop up, fewer people are willing to subscribe to the paid ones, Silverstein said.

 

Silverstein said he expects the online porn world to tighten its security standards because of the Too Much Media problem.

 

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On the Net:

http://www.toomuchmedia.com

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