Password-Protected RAR Files – How to Avoid Them

You can avoid downloading password-protected RAR files from Usenet by using an NZB search engine with curated listings. That means that each NZB listed has been reviewed by a human editor who will not list password-protected files. An example of such a site is NZBPlanet.

Some purely mechanical NZB search engines like Binsearch.info can sometimes tell you if a is password required, which is great. However, it’s still better to have a human do the listing because he will evaluate other things such as video quality, etc.

One Response to “Password-Protected RAR Files – How to Avoid Them”

  1. Mark Zvaleko says:

    often, downloading only one rar (the first one) and attempting to open it, it will ask for a password if one is required. it’s a bother but better than waiting for all parts to download and then finding out.

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