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torsniff - torsniff - a sniffer that sniffs torrents from BitTorrent network

  •    Go

torsniff is a torrent sniffer, it sniffs torrents that people are using to download movies, music, docs, games and so on from BitTorrent network. A torrent has valuable information, so you can use torsniff to build your own torrent database(e.g: The Pirate Bay), or to do data mining and analyzing.

pyrocore - :wrench: A collection of tools for the BitTorrent protocol and especially the rTorrent client

  •    Python

This project provides a collection of tools for the BitTorrent protocol and especially the rTorrent client. They enable you to filter rTorrent's item list for displaying or changing selected items, also creating, inspecting and changing .torrent files, and much more. An optional daemon process (pyrotorque) can add flexible queue management for rTorrent, starting items added in bulk slowly over time according to customizable rules. The same daemon can also watch one or more directory trees recursively for new metafiles using inotify, resulting in instantaneous loading without any polling and no extra configuration for nested directories.

ut_pex - Implementation of ut_pex bittorrent protocol (PEX) for webtorrent

  •    Javascript

Node.js implementation of the ut_pex protocol, which is the most popular PEX (peer exchange) protocol used by bittorrent clients. The purpose of this extension is to allow peers to exchange known peers directly with each other, thereby facilitating more efficient peer discovery and healthier swarms. The best description of the (nonstandardized) ut_pex protocol I could find is in section 2.1.4.3 of this paper.