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Popcorn Time appears to be back online, although not quite in its original form, and the original development team says it has had nothing to do with the revived version.
Just days after The Pirate Bay adopted Netflix-style streaming of torrents directly from within the browser, another popular torrent site has gone down the same route. Kickass Torrents has taken the opportunity to integrate the recently announced Torrents Time streaming plugin into its service, meaning that torrents can be directly streamed from within the browser when enough peers have been found rather than forcing the user to fully download the file to their machine.
A new plugin called Torrents Time is making it possible to run Popcorn Time-like experience in a web browser, with the users able to click a link to stream torrents thanks to the new plugin that works with major desktop web browsers.
It's been a bit of a nightmare week for torrent-based movie and TV streaming service Popcorn Time. After a number of the core development team had decided to leave the project due to the threat of possible legal action, additional problems started to occur with the application's domain name, which has resulted in the main Popcorn Time fork being pulled offline permanently and being entirely inaccessible to anyone wanting to use the service.
The extremely popular Popcorn Time movie steaming app and service may have come in for a lot of criticism since it came into existence but today it faces an attack of a more sinister nature. Rather than being the target for anti-piracy companies trying to get it shut down once and for all, it has now come to the attention of security researcher Antonios A. Chariton who says that a fork of the Popcorn Time app is entirely susceptible to a malicious 'man-in-the-middle' attack, that would essentially provide an attacker with entire control over a vulnerable machine.
The legality of Popcorn Time has been questioned on umpteen occasions, but those behind the development of the free-to-use service have remained dedicated to its development. In fact, over the past few months alone, it has spawned apps across several platforms, yet while iOS users are accustomed to being served before anyone else, the opposite has been true in this instance. Today, though, Popcorn Time has added support for Apple TV via AirPlay in the Windows app, with support in Mac app coming soon, and along with it, the promise that an iOS version is on its way and will become available very soon.