Name Fakedoor
Category General
URL https://fakedoor.store/blog/
Signup Closed
Maintaining Ratio Hard
Getting In Very Hard
Banned Countries Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, South Korea, Vietnam, Romania, Pakistan


Fakedoor is oldest wdma tracker. It is a forum based tracker. It is one of the hardest to trackers to join. It's against their rules to talk about the site to non members so you won't hear much about them in discussion forums. The community is very good and active but the content is the same thing that you can find on other general trackers like iptorrents and others. This site is very similar to the other wdma site known as wigornot and smoothnesspuma which are also wdma trackers. There are lots of active members and there are many forum posts daily. This is a site for the people who want to actively participate in community. Invites are very rare and the requirements for getting invited is not known. The are very strict about their privacy and they ban a lot of traded accounts quickly. Most people get into this site because of the site because of it's rarity. Please don't alter the images and post it on other invite forums. The images for this review was given by another member of this forum

The story begins in 1999, when a forum was created called “Something Awful.” This forum became popular for making Internet Memes and sayings, like “All your ___ belong to us.” Shortly after Bram Cohen created the BitTorrent Protocol, but before big trackers like The Pirate Bay were created, the forum made a filesharing section called the “BitTorrent Barnyard.” This section became enormously popular and the owners became concerned about the legality of what they were doing, and shut the section down. Now is where the folklore part comes in. Allegedly, members of the forum, also known as “The Goons,” created a separate torrent site, and called it “WDMA,” for “Where Da Movies At?” They got the idea for the name because new members to Something Awful would log in and ask that question, thinking the BitTorrent Barnyard was still there. Then as quickly as it came up, WDMA also shut down. I have read stories about drama that caused its closing, and some stories saying WDMA was just a myth.

After WDMA supposedly shut down, some of the members then created various filesharing sites that today are known as WDMA sites, or WDMA trackers. These were those mysterious places that sometimes come up in invite requests than no one knows anything about. It is not clear if these places are forums with DDL links, or if they have torrents, but they are more forum based and are designed differently than the private trackers I am used to using. (Which use versions of TBDev or Gazelle as platforms.) These places are so secret that nothing about what is inside is anywhere on the open internet. Anything I know about them have been told to me by PM, and much told to me is based on what was told by others. It is said that anyone who talks about them is immediately banned, and anyone requesting them anywhere will be found out and banned after acceptance, as will be the inviters. But the thing that I find fascinating is the level of secrecy that the places keep. Even the most “secret” of private trackers have some information somewhere out there, and these trackers do try to seek out new members or else they will stagnate and die. Honestly, some of these trackers are stagnating a bit already. So how do WDMA sites stay so secret, but still stay alive all these years? (They pre-date the beginning of the oldest private trackers.)






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