Xtream Codes Says They Were Unfairly Associated With IPTV Hacking

We will be retiring until September 2019, where a major teardown operation was performed against our famous Xtream codes, which billed itself as a powerful IPTV platform. This operation was so important that it involved law enforcement authorities from six European countries. The end result resulted in around 20 suspects, who were detained, while 200 servers were taken offline and over 150 PayPal accounts were blocked.

Xtream Codes offered an all-in-one solution with a professional edition costing € 59 per month and the so-called minimum edition at € 15 per month, which allowed you to build your own IPTV server. About 5,000 registered customers, more than 50 million end users and in total more than 18,000 servers were created.

The European Union’s judicial cooperation unit, Eurojust, referred to an organized crime group which began in 2015 to “illegally relay and sell pay-per-view products and services, similar to those offered by Sky Italia, Mediaset Premium , Netflix, Dazon and Infinity in several Member States and third countries. “

Now, in a short message in Italian published this week and relayed by the staff of TorrentFreak, the Xtream Codes (XTC) team has finally broken the silence to firmly question the portrait thus painted and the merger made with the pirating of customers .

They guarantee that their software is perfectly legal and claim to be against piracy. In particular, they indicate that they have always worked with international judicial authorities to put an end to piracy, to identify and arrest those who have used their platform illegally.

The Xtream Codes team breaks the silence

Xtream Codes, on the other hand, regrets the lack of collaboration with the Italian authorities and the treatment of the media against them. The charges of the organized crime group were obviously not unfair, they guarantee:

“IPTV is the future and it is sad that we were forced to shut down for no good reason. It is as if the Italian authorities are trying to send the message that IPTV software is illegal, ”adds the Xtream Codes team, which now trusts Italian courts.

The team’s speech comes when, last week, authorities announced the dismantling of two pirated IPTV networks, in Switzerland and Italy.

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