When the site was last hacked, the download torrent file for UnZixWin was tampered with. It seems that a few extra trackers were inserted in the end of the chain.
As a result, downloading anything from this torrent file may have resulted in the user receiving a compromised download. I cannot verify this, since my bittorrent client at present doesn’t work properly.
Therefore, I have for the time being removed this torrent file from the site and from the download page. But for some users, the damage may have already been done.
IF YOU HAVE DOWNLOADED THIS TORRENT FILE
sometime between November 30th, 2009 and January 10th, 2010, you should treat the download as suspicious.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
Check your download(s) against these MD5 checksums:
If the MD5 checksum for any file you’ve downloaded matches, then the file is as I presented it on the site. Otherwise, it may have been compromised.
HOW TO CHECK MD5 CHECKSUMS:
Several tools are available for download from the Internet. I recommend hkSFV from http://www.big-o-software.com
Install the tool, run it on a specific file or a whole folder from the right-click context menu (select hkSFV -> Create MD5), and then open the resulting md5 file and compare the sums.
WHAT DO I DO IF MY FILES MAY BE COMPROMISED?
* Stop seeding the file immediately! How to do this depends on your bitTorrent client of choice.
* Delete the downloaded file from your system.
* Run a full system scan with your Antivirus / Antispyware package of choice.
My sincere apologies for any inconvenience.