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8 MegaUpload & MegaVideo alternatives

If you haven’t been living under a rock in last 2 days you probably know something big happened in our small filesharing pond – MegaUpload, the world’s 15th biggest website was shut down by FBI and all owners and people affiliated with MegaUpload, MegaVideo and many other services run by the company were arrested. We covered this news in our early blog post. Later, the famous group of hackers Anonymous launchd DDoS attack against FBI, MPAA, RIAA and other antipiracy organizations and the successfully shut down their websites. However the attack lasted just few hours and the sites are becoming slowly accessible again, so this manifestation didn’t really have big impact. The case is still evolving, you can check latest pics of property of Kim Shmitz, owner of MegaUpload, being seized from his villa, including his collection of luxurious cars with words like MAFIA, CEO or HACKER on their number plates.

With MegaUpload down, many people will look for alternatives for this popular filesharing platform. Here’s a list of our tips, including short description. What’s more, many of those hosts allow you to earn some extra revenue by sharing your files – you get a couple of cents for every download, so if you have popular files, you can earn few dollars here and there by sharing various files. Most of these hosts allow upload from FTP and remote servers.

1. FileSonic – the most popular filesharing platform allowing you to earn revenue. The free accounts are limited to download speed around 250 kB/s with few seconds of waiting before the download. You can earn up to $35 for 1000 downloads with its affiliate program or up to $15 for sale of one Premium account.

2. FileServe – second most popular host for sharing your files, popular mostly with American users. Offers stable and fairly fast download speed from US, not so fast for European users. Allows 500 GB of storage for free, if you need more you can get it after purchasing Premium account. As a FileServer partner you can earn up to $25 for 1000 file downloads.

3. FileJungle – relatively new player on the filesharing field with nice interface, detailed stats and various affiliate plans. Uploaders can choose between revenue sharing model, up to $40 per 1000 downloads plan or fixed $10 comission for every sold Premium account. Fast mainly for US users. 30 seconds waiting time before download and storage of 750 GB for free users.

4. FilePost – FilePost is also pretty new service which offers maximum size of 2 GB, fairly fast download speed for all users and 30 days for keeping inactive files. Affiliates can benefit from Mixed plan combining earnings of up to $40 for 1000 downloads and 60% revenue share including rebills.

5. UploadStation – UploadStation also started in 2011 but it never become extremely popular, although it offers nice set of services and features. Nice user interface, upload of files up to 2 GB, 500 GB storage for free registered users and payment of up to $32 for 1000 downloads for uploaders.

6. RapidShare – the legend of filesharing industry, site that started it all. After many legal problems, RapidShare now offers no affiliate program but instead offers the fastest download speeds for free users (no problem to reach 10 MB/s), especially those from Europe, unlimited storage, unlimited maximum filesize and much more.

7. VideoBB – VideoBB is pretty new yet extremely popular video service which is on the good way to replace MegaVideo as #1 online streaming platform. It’s already 375th most popular website in the world according to Alexa and with their 1000 GB of free video storage, nice streaming client and wide set of features they quickly established themselves in online video business. Premium accounts offer faster streaming/download speed, unlimited views, no advertisements and possibility to download the video.

8. MediaFire – also very popular uploading platform for many years, MediaFire offers unlimited file size, unlimited downloads and basically no ads. The sites boasts with impressive 150 million monthly users.


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  1. Hank
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:34

    not necessarily a piece about alternative sites, more a piece on how much money you can leech out of it.

    i guess wupload fell out of favour as they didn’t pay as much?

  2. January 20th, 2012 | 16:37

    Hank, at least 3 of the sites listed offer no affiliate program, so I don’t really think your comment is relevant…

  3. Jack
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:43

    There’s no real alternative to MegaUpload. :( With MU you got maximum download speed for free.

  4. SideShowBob
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:44

    @ Martin.

    So counting is not one of your strong points…

  5. Seifer
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:50

    What’s that? a leecher guide?

    Mediafire is THE ONLY ONE that comes close to MU.

  6. Paul77
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:51

    Rapidshare should be number 1, I wonder why you didn’t put it at number 1??? is it the money, what am I saying, of course it’s the money, shame on you RLSLOG!! LOL.

  7. anonym
    January 20th, 2012 | 16:54

    MU———>no captchas

  8. Rusty
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:04

    Videobb sucks ass. They will never replace megavideo. Upload a AVI copy of the Big Bang Theory and see if it converts. Oh it didn’t? Yea that’s right, it stays in the “reviewing stage”, as so many other video’s do. This also goes for Videozer which is the same exact site, only with a different name and look.

    Megaupload was the best, sadly not enough sites used it. Filesonic blows as they delete links sometimes within minutes of them being uploaded.

    January 20th, 2012 | 17:07

    Without MEGAUPLOAD the things will be more hard. And about my money ? I got lifetime premium from MU in october 2011.

    When you send a file to megaupload, if the file was already sent by someone else, he recognized the file and generated the link automatically. it was perfect.

    Megaupload worked with direct link. it was perfect. I could copy files to others files host, quickly and fast (rapidshare, filesonic, fileserve, multiupload).

    Maybe, i will buy “multiupload premium” , http://www.multiupload.com/premium only 25 USD per two years and multiupload work with direct link.

    Why the other servers do not work like megaupload? (HASH)

    I’m hoping the site comes back online megaupload

    this would be perfect.

  10. Zohan
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:08

    damn that guy has some nice friggin cars!!

  11. RLSTunnel.org
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:11

    Something wrong is happening with fileserve…… Earnings are dissapear, and they now look like no paying site… ISSUES or CHANGES ??

  12. santia
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:15

    Mediafire FTW

  13. sean723
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:15

    those alternativews are good but wat abt the filehoists that have not been mention like oron, depositfiles,hotfile, wupload, amd also heard of a fuilehost also called filemade.
    They may take a filehost down but there are always alternatives.

  14. Diengo
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:17

    Dude c’mon!
    MediaFire belongs on Place 1!

  15. Tori
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:17

    They file hosts you posted all suck balls. megaupload was the best here are some sites related


  16. Adam
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:20

    noooo! i cant live on this planet anymore.

  17. Turgon
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:20

    People listen! It’s not the end of the world. Maybe they (the big entertainment corp and goverment) won this battle, but they haven’t won the war, not yet, and in the end they will lose as long they refuse to adapt.

  18. Seriously Now
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:21

    U really had to put referral links to those sites??aren’t you making enough money through the ads already?

  19. Vote for Pedro
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:25

    NO EARNING????

  20. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:26

    a dddd i watch this thread closely…………..

    @well @13 i looked into my account and my earnings of 18 dollars has gone this could be there chance to overtake megaupload crown,if they dont reward uploaders no more then they will die like pig [email protected] in mud

    multiupload is like megaupload it fast n quick i be reuploading tommorow because the megaupload nearly choked me on my boiled mint sweet

    mediafire dont pay but hey it fast n free

    @ i will return to uploading soon guys i had to reinstall firefox i had a trojan from somewhere keep cool lads

    remember action speaks louder than words

    r.i.p megaupload there be big new boys to take there crown

    but hong konged based they was taking there chance in hong kong why not in holland or is no country safe from the roman empire???

  21. Kokain
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:29

    For Europe definitely the number 1 host is Rapidshare. Maybe now MediaFire will become the new Megaupload and we will see more links on releases. To be honest even when Megaupload was up and running I still used Rapidshare the most.

  22. Ape lover
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:35

    Thanks for NOT mentioning netload, the only viable alternative! Dumass.

  23. Steve
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:36

    Thanks Obama! How was that million dollar fundraiser last night at Spike Lee’s house?

  24. dw
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:37

    Megaupload was download manager friendly.
    BTW, there is still a chance, have a little faith:

  25. smurf
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:38

    multiupload should be on the list. great speed, free, no wait times

  26. January 20th, 2012 | 17:42

    Awww… I appreciate the fact that you’re trying to cheer us up with alternative solutions like this :)

    But you’re right, life WILL go on after Megaupload just like it did after Napster and Limewire and whatnot…

    I just think it’s a blow for the french and french-Canadian communities since both of them had been relying on Megaupload more than they did on any other site… I guess that’s what happens when you put all your eggs in the same basket, huh?

  27. Dr Bob
    January 20th, 2012 | 17:46

    The futures not bright.
    The future’s Amerkkan!


  28. Gilad
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:00

    Zevera.com is the best way to go.

  29. durk
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:05

    This post is already outdated: Videobb and fileserve no longer have affiliate programs.

  30. andya
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:13

    Where is mediafire? It’s the best host out there using IDM you can saturate your bandwidth for FREE!! WHY PAYING ??? Be a real pirate and upload your releases on free file hosting sites MEDIAFIRE FTW!!

  31. File4Safe.com
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:20

    Or start to use File4Safe.com, the next week we will announce our affiliate program with payment of up to $35 for 1000 downloads for uploaders. And of course, the cheapest suscription price: 2.95 first month 8U$S per month after that.

  32. LordMMB
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:23
    This is the NEW MEGAUPLOAD SITE! we are working to be back full again
    Bookmark the site and share the new address in facebook and twitter!

  33. SFD
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:27
  34. bruto
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:31

    fileserve affiliate link removed and all of my money are gone.

    videobb and videozer are also closed their affiliate program.

    End of filehosting…..

  35. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:38

    @a dddd check out new filehost…………..


    what a joke 150mb storage space talk about a fart in the wind :( i couldnt even upload a album with storage forget it :)

  36. oh boo-hoo
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:43

    First off, it’s only a file host. Sure a good one and I lost personal, LEGALLY uploaded files I had stored (no big deal really, I have other backups too).

    It’s just too bad that megashares limits free download size, maybe that can change now. Where I live, it was at least double if not triple the speed of the other hosts (RS, MU etc), for free users anyway. Megashares is still great for a couple of sitcoms though.
    The stupid part (on my behalf) is that I pay over $120/mo for cable and internet to get the exact same shows on TV, but I rarely watch them on TV, I prefer to download and watch without commercials and at my own leisure instead. Hosts have become my PVR.

  37. R.i.p
    January 20th, 2012 | 18:51

    Filepost started suspending accounts with infringing material

  38. Kokain
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:01

    Finally some good news! This really cheered me up. I’m very happy Fileserve has closed their payout program and became just like Wupload. I hope neither of you get paid and 10-20$ is not real money. Get a real job!

  39. Osso
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:08

    @oh boo-hoo

    The problem is that if MU gets permanently closed this will generate a legal precedent that can and certainly will be use to attack other file hosts.

    I also find megashares quite good while using a download manager.

  40. Callie Kunnt
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:24

    I wonder how long it will be before Martin is arrested, and how many cars he has in his collection?

    After all, $2,800 is revenues PER DAY times 365 days = a lot of toys!

  41. Hank
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:26


    When you mention the affiliate and payment schemes of over *half* the sites in the list, I think my opinion is VERY relevant thankyou.

  42. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:26

    @megashare is rubbish there rewards program is a joke i just looked into my account i had from 2 years back 45gb uploaded and not earned as much as a cent bye bye megashares

    so is there any good filehosts that pay out now??

    netload they search for the md5hash so pointless :(

    come on lads the more i know where to upload to the more you get more links

    so anyway i dont know did megaupload reward uploaders for there efforts old stories they closed down accounts when they reached a payout stage,anyway r.i.p guys i hope you do easy time like i said they should haved made a back up plan now it looks like i have to if filehosts dont payout :)

    filesonic has gone slower downloading

    fileserve email said they are on holiday so it looks like they are robbing the uploaders,clearing there servers for more space n that and take there money while they can so fielserve do a runner for my efforts 18 dollrs you owe me

  43. damner
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:32

    is it okay to tell other this?
    i mean if i google , this thread the first thing to come up.
    thanks for letting the SOPA know about this.
    really hardwork.

  44. Rapture
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:36

    I love the fact that the top 5 filehosts mentioned here have Martin’s referral id nicely located in the link. BIASED MUCH?

    These sites arent about sharing files anymore they are about GREED and THIEVERY. Getting RICH off of other peoples hardwork. There is a generation of kids out there that have been brainwashed to believe that STEALING ONLINE is ok. What the general public don’t get is the people (Mostly organised crime from Russia) that spam links on this site are MAKING MONEY from reward programs that these crappy filehosts have. They can make upto $200,000 a year.

    I got news for Filesonic, Oron, Filepost etc. Your days of shoddy backhanded deals and theft are almost over, and your lives are going to come crashing down around you. Paybacks a bit-ch.

  45. JohnnyG
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:38

    I wouldn’t recommend Filesonic personally. I subscribed to it for a while last year, and the downloads started getting ridiculously slow. Slower than you’d expect for a free user even. I let my membership expire and paid for Fileserve instead, which I’ve had no problems with. I also subscribe to Rapidshare and Megashares (I like their single link HD movies.)

  46. frank
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:38

    lost all my files, good that someone fought back , however small it lasted….

  47. Xeddie the Enutrof
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:47

    This list is, quite frankly, a joke. No, jokes are supposed to be funny… This is just sad.

    With the exception of Rapidshare and Mediafire, each of the hosters listed here have restrictive rules regarding downloaders. Yet BS sites like FileSonic and Fileserve are at the top? Good to know what this site is all about…

    As for you uploaders crying about not seeing returns, I hope you never see another cent. YOU are not the ones who make the rips, all you do is repost files ad nauseum. Every file I’ve ever uploaded to share has been for the love of sharing information, unlike you parasites.

  48. Question...?
    January 20th, 2012 | 19:48

    I have a question, maybe someone can answer…

    Where does the law stand on all the ‘legal’ files that people paid to store through Megaupload that they can no longer access?!?

    Is not like the police closing down a storage facility because ‘some’ clients chose to store illegal items in their lockers and the police just destroy EVERY ONES property regardless? – surely there is a legal issue here?

  49. oh boo-hoo
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:04

    @dddd- just because you can’t profit from a site, doesn’t make it rubbish. As a downloader myself, who’s not dumb enough to pay for an account anywhere, Megahsares offers the fastest and easiest downloads in my area, as was clearly stated in my post.

    File sharing started as a way for people to share files WITHOUT profiting from them. It’s when YOU feel a need to profit that the problem is compounded, surely MacDonalds pays more. I appreciate everyone who puts up trusted links so quickly, don’t get me wrong. If you can earn some free storage space or a free account for faster access that’s fine but whining about “earning less”, if that’s what you actually consider earning, you simply don’t have a point with me.

    As for me, I just can’t be bothered to schedule my free time to be home when certain TV shows are on and feel I pay too much for cable already to bother with a PVR.

  50. Jimbo
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:04

    Yes, from Europe Rapidshare.com is the king, no waiting time, no captcha, no speed limit, but there is a 2GB file size limit and I’ve hit it several times and had to find smaller links.

    Recently Megashares.com (with the S as the end) became very fast, if one can reset the IP and knows how to use wget it can resume files and allow for very large files to be transfered.

    Mediafire is also fast, but files get deleted fast… however it’s very rarely used, I’ve seen it once every 50 post or so.

    Multiupload is another fast one, but requires to verify a captcha so batch downloading is out of the question, but still, the lack of wait time and fast speeds, I’ll take it with captcha over others any day.

    Netload was, sometimes still is, a good one as well, it has a long waiting time between downloads, but speeds are good and integrity is also there, just rarely it works slow.

    The rest of the bunch is pretty much weak, slow speeds, hours of waiting time, small file size limits, and interrupted downloads. Not all on all and not every time, but this should not happen.

  51. DM
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:08

    beware of phishing scams claiming to be the rebirth of MU

    @dddd learn to change md5 hash, its not hard
    some hosts you havnt looked at, uploaded.to, depositfiles

    @JohnnyG also found fsc horribly slow sometimes but as things stand it looks like the only major host that will still be uploaded to next week

  52. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:18

    a dddd comment…………………

    well it looks like if you have uploaded legal files onto megaupload then you should be able to take the fbi and sopa to court because they r stealing from you now the server cotent will be in the hands of then nosey squad to see

    what they can find anyway if i go down from uploading from here look at this way the dmca people will be out of a job

    but all i say is this it time for my backup

    so i dont care if filehosts dont payout i will upload for the love of contributions i mean that shows how much money megaupload made out of us uploaders who made them fame n fortune so it serves them right they should have split there filehosts into different companies so the feds could know where they r

    flareshare is skank

    so lads here comes new filehosts my final effort on here


  53. SCeNe
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:32


    People like dddd should be the first to get arrested as they are he ones who willingly upload illegal content. Second to be arrested are all the upload sites that pay out per generated download.

  54. Liam
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:33

    Does anyone know if in this takeover they took Megauploads downloader/uploader records?
    Also I thought all of these companies were in Russia or something to protect themselves?? Does anyone know where Megaupload was located?

  55. mike
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:36

    The politicians took money from lobbyists and have to prove that those dollars are well spent even though they could not deliver on SOPA and PIPA. Megaupload was the obvious target since they had the nerve to post a youtube video of industry insiders supporting them and to sue universal and the RIAA. The FBI has no right to seize megaupload because of some illegal files than it does to seize all the assets of a bank that has dirty money. Legitimate users of megaupload have had their personal property seized with no means provided for recovery. I hope I get called for jury duty for this case.

  56. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:37

    a dddd comment…………………

    I am the scum of the earth, I earn money on content released by the scene for free.

  57. mhcveL
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:39

    The last one (Mediafire) is the best one ’cause they don’t have restrictions, you can download up 10+ files at same time, full speed, only one thing, they are using captchas now…

    Rapidshare is my second choice, but you can’t download more than 1 file at same time…

    All the rest: crap

  58. aNti
    January 20th, 2012 | 20:51

    SCeNe is right. you should not make money from uploading scene files.

  59. prem
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:01

    Enterupload is gone also with megaupload……

    it was a good site with fast speeds and resumable downloads…

    and i had 7 dollars in my account which is gone now.

  60. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:06

    @a dddd comment……………..

    yes arrest me i dont give a damm i been there convicted and on remand so it doesnt bother me ha ha :)

    well lads virgin media are increasing there speeds to 100mb soon guess what i be increasing my speed to it and still using the internet to upload and download with a certain isp

    thieving has been around since dawn of man so god created man and woman

    adam took the apple out of the tree and god had copyright infringrment on it did god sue him for it and for adam pinching all the other fruits of the lands n tree

    theiving is the game i will upload as much as possible

    i been around since the emule winmx days

    i used to be on the friendlychat irc chat

    i used to know deathcrush on winmx

    so there if you gonna arrest me all i say dont

  61. Jay
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:12

    It costs uploaders money to upload too. So you think uploaders should pay for you to download it for free?

  62. Dennis
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:18

    i live in Belgium and here filesonic.com premium goes from unstable to slow speeds… i’m using fileserve now and it downloads at good speeds

  63. Seamen Staines
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:31

    But what will happen to RSL when Martin is arrested and extradited to the US?

    And will his cars, houses and bank accounts be siezed too?

  64. Jambo
    January 20th, 2012 | 21:48

    Which popular host lets free users download over 1GB that you can easily find download links for like fileserve and filesonic?

  65. Torrents
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:21

    @74 it’s called torrents, find yourself a good private tracker and start downloading, filehosts will all disappear if the lawsuit against megaupload is successful.

  66. boo-hoo
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:21

    @71 Jay – I pay a monthly fee and can download more than I ever need (hundreds of GB/mo). So I don’t actually pay for downloads, just internet access. For those who pay per GB, if they CHOOSE to upload files and collect a pittance that’s their decision. There are millions of people who share files withoutexpecting payment it’s called “file sharing”. Want to take your bat and ball and go home? Nobody cares, there’s plenty of other kids who don’t mind sharing their stuff.

  67. Steve
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:38

    Prez Obama was in Hollywood last week, shoomzing it up with the elite. At one of their mansions, he raised over $3 million in one night. Another fundraising event at music mogul David Geffen’s mansion recently. Coincidence? I think NOT! Yes We Can!

  68. bob
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:51

    I appreciate the list Martin. I don’t care how much you make. You provide a nice service for me so you are earning it.

  69. Joe
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:53

    Filesonic is the way to go with the lifetime plan. Try it for a month before committing to test speeds in your area. They follow a lot of the rules that megaupload never did with its hosting. Megavideo I think was the major reason for the raid. You could always go usenet. Giganews caps out my bandwidth (nearly 25mb/s) vs 3mb/s from filesonic, or the 500kb/s with my free usenet account.

  70. RLSTunnel.org
    January 20th, 2012 | 22:58

    So… I my opinion, there will be always another filehosts, which will be at 1st place, and if it will be down, there will be another, and another….

    About megaupload and 20 other connected to them companies. ALL ACTION was like a few good moves in chess game. SOPA ACTION and taking down most popular service. Everybody talks about “BIG PIRACY SERVICE WAS CLOSED”, nobody talks about that, owners of megaupload, was kid of criminals in past, that they have many problems with law, and many court visits. Thate whole company was build in money-fraud, cheating people, etc. PIRACY was one of many sins. Read some articles…

    Look what mess have this action done. Good way to arrest some criminals, with STANDING OWATION of the crowd…. and Fileserve affiliate is ending, others change their rules etc…

    In my opinnion, if FBI will send some emails to all FILEHOSTS, it will scare them to death ;) Without any phisical and police action… Thats the power of information.


  71. Borat
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:03

    @dddd, learn the difference between their, they’re and there.
    Adam stole an apple from a tree? And god had a copyright infringement on it? You sound like an idiot and I bet you are one.

  72. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:23

    a dddd comment…………………

    your right

  73. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:50

    83 isnt me please rlslog delete and close this thread

    there is only one dddd and normal uploading resumes tommorow

    like i said the dmca cant do there job pulling down links

    so they shouldnt be in it

    [email protected] this is the god and creator planet so everything on this planet is a part of his and remember america dont rule the stars,the sun or the planets also america will never be able to do anything with the god particle
    so get a life iaqm signiong off now too many jerks on here people who know me i contribute to alot of stuff on here unlike the dossers n lowlife who come here to leech stuff and dont say thanks

    night night iam off close this topic rlslog

  74. gadi
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:51

    try this file hoster:
    i always d/l at my top speed – 12mb (1.6Mbit)

    they also have a FREE service allowing to d/l from other hosts at premium speed:

    try it, and try their filefetch thingy.. its kick ass..

  75. Kokain
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:56

    @dddd Man you are an [email protected]@hole but not because what comment 63 said. It’s because what 59 said. People piling on top of what SCene said about dddd is stupid. I don’t want to get this guy to go to jail or stop him file sharing. I want him to learn to file share for glory not for gold. This is more of a advice from a friendly pirate to another pirate. Not Judge Judy vs anal beads

  76. dddd
    January 20th, 2012 | 23:58

    a dddd comment…………………

    @84 fake

    @82 absolutely right!

  77. 9inchnail
    January 21st, 2012 | 00:08

    Usenet is really the best alternative, it needs to have a comeback. Right now, Usenet is not that attractive anymore. You’ll find every new scene release but try to find a rip of a 10 year old foreign movie. You’ll grow old before someone fills your request. If all users of Megaupload and all the other hosters would upload their stuff on Usenet, there would be no stopping them. Take down one server farm and what do you gain? Nothing, all files still online. New provider pops up, syncs up and has all files available, too. That’s what I always loved about Usenet. It doesn’t matter which provider you chose, you alway has access to ALL files. You never had to ask for mirrors because some uploader decided to upload on one specific host only. Usenet has a lot of potential, I don’t know why people switched to filehosters. Uploaders are just doing it for money nowadays, that’s really not what filesharing was originally all about.

  78. ae
    January 21st, 2012 | 00:18

    I’ll just stick to Zevera with gb limit (still about 500gb to go) – while it’s few more clicks to get the files, there’s higher chance of finding working link.

  79. Fileserve Down
    January 21st, 2012 | 00:29

    Fileserve CANCELLED their rewards program in response to the megaupload takedown. NO MORE MONEY TO BE MADE WITH FILESERVE. @88 usenet costs money, torrents are free, that’s why usenet is unpopular.

  80. Kokain
    January 21st, 2012 | 00:30

    @88 Usenet is an excellent concept which makes you wonder why it never took off. Then I look at the prices and I know the answer.

  81. Adam
    January 21st, 2012 | 01:13

    mediafire is the best, and better than megaupload ever was. so who cares

  82. can
    January 21st, 2012 | 01:16

    Alright I feel I should have my two cents here.

    I myself have an account with File server and Rapidshare, I find the speed I get through fileserve is crappy, I never get anything over 500kbps in Australia, when I use a US computer, that is a whole another story.

    But if you get into uploading this kind of stuff to share, keep in mind that one day you could find yourself facing a judge and media company’s, hell bend at putting your head of a pike to show what they can do to anybody.

    This is despite the simple truth that websites fully, partly owned or had a connection, had provided (hosted) the tools to remove (DRM) and copy movies, TV shows and music, direly.

    So it dose beg the question, if Time Warner, Inc. had there heads up there asses with download.com or if this was some kind of long term plan, to bend over the public and gang band us. Well its up too you.

  83. MENTD
    January 21st, 2012 | 01:38

    What a materialistic idiot Kim Shmitz was – all that money and his dumb ass just buys cars and bling… Maybe if he didn’t showboat like a fool they wouldn’t have taken him down.

  84. r.i.p
    January 21st, 2012 | 01:49

    MU was definitely the best 4 me. I always had >1MB/s downloads. I will miss it until a new host comes with the same speeds

    @dddd I believe Hong kong based was not the problem. It was because they had one server in virginia which gave the gov the ability to prosecute. Anywhere besides inside the us i think is safe.

  85. Borat
    January 21st, 2012 | 02:02

    @dddd, you really are an idiot, look up what copyright INFRINGEMENT means, I doubt your god did it.

    People, never expect RLSLOG or any other uploader to post Usenet (nzb) links here as they don’t earn money on the downloads then. On the other hand RLSLOG does steal all mp3 and apps releases from a.b.inner-sanctum.

  86. trollin
    January 21st, 2012 | 02:23

    add megaupload link please thanks

  87. Steve
    January 21st, 2012 | 05:09

    The way most rappers, actors and movie moguls live, make the guy whole “stole” from them, Kim Dotcom, look like a dirt poor beggar. It’s pretty difficult to sympathize with Hollywood. They are hardly suffering.

  88. AnonSupporter
    January 21st, 2012 | 05:19

    can any1 confirm if multiupload has also been taken down…been trying for 8 hours now & the site remains inaccessible from my location.

  89. buddy
    January 21st, 2012 | 05:44

    @99 :


    It appears to be down – probably due to increased usage by people frantically trying to upload/re-upload files somewhere other than Megaupload.

  90. Anarchist
    January 21st, 2012 | 08:27

    Piracy is not a good thing.

  91. Anonymous
    January 21st, 2012 | 08:57

    Just to inform: Multiupload.com is back online :)

  92. SCeNe
    January 21st, 2012 | 12:22

    Beware, filesflash.com is an Indian site, they’ll probably sell your credit card details. And their webserver is located in the USA. I have reported the above affiliate (KAPITXOZ) to them as spamming is not allowed, I advise everyone doing the same.

    People worrying about whether CIA or FBI will check the logs of Megaupload (or any other site that will get shut down in the future) need not to worry if they only downloaded files. Uploaders on the other hand do need to worry, they illegally spread files and the ones who received a payment from Megaupload are now known by CIA/FBI as both Megaupload and Paypal have to keep detailed logs of the payments.

    Not only will they be in trouble because they infringed copyrights, if they didn’t report their extra income to the government they’ll be in even bigger trouble.

  93. ShawnB
    January 21st, 2012 | 12:38

    Does anyone know why http://www.Uploaded.to is blocked to USA users?

    Thank you.

  94. common sense
    January 21st, 2012 | 18:12

    Cmon people, get with the news. PIPA and SOPA are DOA!!!! The Politicks are running from these like rats from a sinking ship. SO before you start whining read a newspaper or do a search on these bills.

  95. romeoluv2539
    January 21st, 2012 | 18:25

    To check if any site is up and running or not go to http://www.downornot.com

  96. Sam
    January 22nd, 2012 | 05:03

    Oron is terrible and never works. I’m disappointed this site has now changed to Oron for its links to replace fileserve. Oron is hugely instable and it constantly says you’ve reached a cap when you haven’t touched the site for days.

  97. FreeRyde
    January 22nd, 2012 | 05:26

    FileServe has begun mass disabling of accounts.
    Also payout system is gone.

  98. Moo
    January 22nd, 2012 | 09:53

    I’m surprised no one has mentioned the fact that Megashares being based out of Cyprus, has about .02% chance of the US sabre rattling shutting it down. Megashares also has (or at least had) a lifetime membership, not sure if it still does. And as someone else mentioned, it’s fast. I get regularly above 3MB/s on downloads, and considering that big 1080p movies are present with a single link to grab, for a paid membership it’s imho the clear best.

    Rapidshare seems to have completely died of late, and their restructured system from what they had 2-3 years ago sucks in my opinion.

    Filesonic is pretty good right now for speed wise, but I’m worried that since their servers and I believe their owners are Hong Kong based, which may present a problem in the future given that its clear the US government was able to pressure Hong Kong’s government to go along with this mass seizure crap. I do believe though that Filesonic has some presence of some kind at least, in Arizona. Not sure if that will further affect them too.

    Hotfile was pretty good for awhile, but I think they have just about died off. I believe they’re are based entirely in the US so it’s no wonder.

    I still have a Netload account but that seems to only still have wide use on a couple of the private forum boards that have huge DVD/Bluray copies/rips of movies anymore with your large files split to 25 or more URL’s.

    Torrent I think you’re just asking to get caught anymore, too easy for any network ISP or admin to identify that you’re clearly not using web traffic.

    Same logic applies for IRC and FTP and Newsgroups, non Port 80 traffic in copious amounts is pretty easily identifiable. At the very least those programs show a lot of “smoke”, and that “smoke” always is easy to lead someone to you.

  99. VPN
    January 22nd, 2012 | 15:11

    @103 you never heard of vpn or seedbox? All the guys posting their links here get the from torrent sites. Without torrents and usenet there would be no links for to download ;)

  100. Wagner Silva
    January 22nd, 2012 | 15:27

    There is a very cool website where you can store up to 1 Gb, besides you can send big files to other people. http://ppbras.com/.

    It is free and there is no need to install any software.

  101. Lot
    January 22nd, 2012 | 23:26

    filesonic has just disabled their sharing functionality. does anyone know how can one who subscribed might recieve a compensation.. if it’s even possible?

  102. rototo
    January 22nd, 2012 | 23:46

    multiupload is back but multiupload to where exactly ? MU / FS / FSO are dead :)
    Uploadstation/Filejungle are owned by FS so they should disappear very soon as well… uploaded.to just blocked USA as a first counter measure, but it’s pretty obvious they won’t be able to handle the zillions of guys/files flying from FS/FSO, the bills will be astronomic, so you can expect they’ll stop their affiliate program as well… and same for other even smallers filehosts

    In short: DDL in its most common & bearable form (ie not waiting countless hours for one file) is a dead thing for some months at least

  103. Beaulieu
    January 22nd, 2012 | 23:59

    Filesonic down..

    This whole situation is so scary!

  104. JohnDoes
    January 23rd, 2012 | 00:21

    Now imagine what would happen if SOPA was to become law and one website was to get shutdown under SOPA rules.

    Many websites will shut down voluntarily.

    Websites similar to Google and Facebook and Twitter and YouTube will shut down on their own just because they are afraid![/b]

    The US Government is being a NAZI government!

    This is Dictatorship on a Global Scale!!

    So much for Innocent Until Proven Guilty!!

    Today I am ashamed to call myself an American!

    There is more freedom in Russia nowadays than in the United States!!

  105. Kokain
    January 23rd, 2012 | 06:00

    I don’t care if neither of you return to ReleaseLog. This site can function on just one link from somebody like Rapidshare or MediaFire. This is not the end of warez. It’s the end of profitable file sharing and pyramid schemes. Hell I might start to upload myself and throw a bunch of MediaFire links just to piss you all off.

    @104 Usenet maybe but torrents unlikely! Often I find files here first before they appear on torrents. Even private sites. And christ this is not about who uploads first. The skanky money making file sharing sites made this a competiton when nobody else cared about longevity of those links.

  106. hoster
    January 24th, 2012 | 20:34

    Another good alternative sharerun.com and migahost.com

  107. Chris
    January 25th, 2012 | 22:27

    Uploadc is great. Very fast for free users, just a quick as megashares is and megaupload was.

  108. tommy
    March 17th, 2012 | 18:20

    rapidshare is [email protected] now, no longer resumable downloads. I got plenty of downloads which stopped and had to restart from the beginning.

    Multiupload I never could get access to any of the links. All I get is:
    This webpage is not available
    The server at http://www.multiupload.com can’t be found,…

  109. johnn
    April 4th, 2012 | 09:03

    i think mediafire.com is ever bad than any other file host if i have mediafire premium account and upload 165gb on mediafire but mediafire have been deleted my files several times
    mediafire not alternative of megaupload when you think you have a lot of resource for share, mediafire will delete you file
    and even suspend your account

  110. ivan
    April 5th, 2012 | 13:31

    Unfortunately most of the mentioned are down, I have the best earning results with http://filevelocity.com right now… If you need some advice, just mail me and sign up with my ref ;)

  111. sophie84
    April 10th, 2012 | 15:48