Sunday, October 23, 2016

Kickass Torrents Website Falls After Owner’s Charge, Areas Seizure

Popular BitTorrent file-sharing site Kickass Torrents (occasionally also understands as KAT or is along following the charge of the website’s operator Artem Vaulin, who is apparently 30-years old and comes from Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Vaulin was caught earlier today in Poland from the U.S. Regulators and has become being billed for his participation in legal trademark violation and money laundering. The U.S. Government has become also seeking his extradition towards the U.S. from Poland.


Along with the stated charge created nowadays, the website’,.tv,.cr, and additional areas, in addition to any bank balances related to it, will also be being grabbed about the courtroom’s purchase.

“Vaulin is billed with operating today’s most-visited illegal file sharing site, accountable for unlawfully releasing more than $1 million of branded products,” stated Assistant Attorney General Caldwell. “within an energy to avert police force, Vaulin presumably depended on machines situated in nations all over the world and shifted his areas because of recurring seizures and civil lawsuits. Their charge in Belgium, nevertheless, shows again that cybercriminals may operate, nevertheless they can’t disguise from justice.”

During the time of publishing, the majority of KAT’s areas be seemingly down despite the fact that KAT’s standing site at exhibits everything is working good.

If KAT’s areas stay along, because they are at this time, clones of KAT will begin showing online. We’ll suggest everybody to remain free from all such clone websites because they might have harmful intention of infecting your PC.


We’ll update the tale the moment we become familiar with more onto it. Stay tuned.

(source: U.S. Department of Justice)

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