Do you download a lot of files from the web? I'll bet you do. As you probably know, Oron is a file hosting company that allows people to store and share all types of files online, and it can be used to back up computers as well. This information can be downloaded from any computer, meaning all of your information is available on the go. Many people have complained of the download restrictions, leading people to try to hack the Oron download limit. Some have success, while others don't.
In general, websites identify people by their IP address. People suggest getting a new IP address to hack Oron download limit and get as many files as you want. There are a few ways to do this, some specific to particular operating systems. If you have a DSL internet connection, disconnecting and reconnecting your router will give you a new IP address.
Otherwise, you can do it manually by using the Windows command prompt. Click 'Start', 'Run', and enter 'cmd' in the box. When the command prompt opens, run the following commands, pressing enter after each one: ipconfig /flushdns, ipconfig /release, ipconfig /renew, exit. If this doesn't work, you can attempt to hack the download limit by accessing the site through a proxy server.
Oron offers three different levels of service – free, registered, and premium, with more and more features being unlocked of better and better quality. The premium service costs 9.95 Euros for 30 days, 24.95 for 90 days, 44.95 for 180 days, and 74.95 for a year. The free maximum upload file size is 400 Mb, the registered is 1024 Mb, and the premium is 2048 Mb. The maximum download size for free users and registered users is 1024 Mb, while the premium account is unlimited. Free use provides no storage space, registered users get 250,000 Mb, and premium space is unlimited.
The speed of downloads are also fastest with the premium account, and there is no delay before starting the transfer. The free service has a 60 second delay, while the registered account has a 50 second delay. Premium accounts also have the ability to resume downloads and access download accelerators. There are no advertisements presented with a premium account, and no 'Captcha' service at the download link. These accounts are also able to download as many files at the same time as is desired.
Clearly, most people want to hack the Oron download limit because free and registered users can only have one download at a time, and can only download 5 GB per day. Premium users can download 15 GB per day, but even so, many people complain that computer errors cause Oron to say that they have reached their limit, even if they have not done so.
It's also the case that Oron counts every click of the 'download' link you make to be a separate download, even if you don't actually get the file. If you pause and resume the download later, your download quota will be charged twice. Problems like these create a vicious cycle that makes even premium users seek out a way to hack the limit.