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  1. I agree. But this has happened over and over, including from people who have great ratings at the download site.
  2. Using Mac OS X 10.13.2, BitLord Torrent client. I've downloaded a torrent on my Mac OS PowerBook, which turns out to be a zip file. When I double click on the Zip file, it produces an app file of exactly the same size as the zip file. I have used several unarchivers to try to solve this. If I click on the zip file repeatedly, It opens copy after copy of that app file. When I look in the app file, Mac OS X thinks some of the files are Windows Executables. This despite the fact that I downloaded a Mac torrent. This has happened more than once, so I suspect I'm doing something wrong. One of these pictures show what happens after I try to unzip the file several times. The second shows he structure of the app package that results. I realize this is an illegal torrent, but it's the only one I have handy right now. I've been deleting the others because I thought something was wrong with the downloaded file.
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