Z-Library’s Tor Network Site Has Also Gone Offline
The troubles for Z-Library continue. The popular shadow library lost access to hundreds of domains after two alleged operators were arrested as part of a criminal investigation. The site remained accessible through the Tor network but today that’s no longer the case.
With nearly 12 million books, Z-Library advertised itself as the largest repositories of pirated books on the Internet.
The site had millions of regular readers who found a wealth of free knowledge and entertainment at their fingertips.
This reign ended abruptly two weeks ago when the U.S. Department of Justice seized its domain names. Following an FBI investigation, the authorities identified Russian nationals Anton Napolsky and Valeriia Ermakova as prime suspects. The pair were arrested in Argentina and now await potential extradition to the United States.
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