The NZBLNK™ URI scheme defines the format of NZBLNK™ links to identify binary Usenet content and supplies some extra information to handle that content correct.
The idea behind the creation of the NZBLNK™ scheme is need of a computer readable, modern approach to supply a unique reference to binary usenet information. The reference should follow these rules:
The inspiration for the NZBLNK™ was the prominent "magnet link" which works perfect for BitTorrent.
NZBLNK™ URI consist of a series of two or more parameters, the order of which is not significant, formatted in the same way as query strings that ordinarily terminate HTTP URLs.
The segments are:
nzblnk:? - URI scheme
The scheme without the authority (authentication, host) and path part. Followed by the parameter separator.
t - mandatory "title" parameter
A title for the content, which will be used by the client software to label the download.
h - mandatory "header" parameter
The header parameter is used to identify the binary content. It can contain only a part of the full header information. It must be enough to prevent double hits on a search in the header pool.
g - optional "group" parameter
Specifies the usenet group to search in. To specify more then one group, the parameter can be used multiple times.
p - optional "password" parameter
If a password is needed to decrypt the binary content it can be passed here.
Enter your data to generate a NZBLNK™ link. Press a copy button to copy the link into your clipboard. Mandatory fields are marked (*). You can also drop a NZB file on this website.
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