Mysterbin is a new Usenet search engine. The NZB site – Mysterbin.com – launched in September 2010 and is currently in Beta. You can use Mysterbin to search binary newsgroups free of charge. Features and tweaks are being added on a regular basis. Follow Mysterbin on Twitter for the latest news.
We test new Usenet search engines on a regular basis and are rarely impressed. So many of the newcomers just try to copy popular sites like Binsearch, NZBMatrix or NZBIndex. Not the case for Mysterbin. They offer something original and for that reason we suggest you give the site a try.
So what does Mysterbin offer that other NZB sites lack? The ability to search and view inside RAR archives. In addition you can see if the archive is password protected before downloading. Those feature alone will help save binary newsgroup users a lot of time and frustration.
Stay tuned for more Mysterbin news as the site continues to expand features and grow in popularity. In the meantime you can read our Mysterbin review to learn more or visit Mysterbin.com and try it out for yourself.