Server Upgrade

Fans who regularly use NZB Finder ran into some issues a few days ago when the site and services were down due to an operating system issue.  We’re happy to share that not only is the site back online, the NZB Finder team upgraded to a new server with double the RAM and loads of storage.  We checked out the site earlier and it’s working great.  You can visit their site at to see for yourself.

There are a lot of indexing options out there.  Our personal favorites include DOGnzb and  Both of which are private.  Keep an eye on our NZB site invites post for openings as DOGnzb has been offering new users the chance to sign up for accounts every so often.  We’re not trying to sell you on NZBFinder in this post but we do think the site offers some nice features.  Both in terms of free and premium access to the site.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the different access levels that NZBFinder offers:

  • Free (no cost) – limited to 10 API hits and 3 NZB downloads per 24 hours
  • VIP (€10 a year) – 5,000 API hits and 5,000 NZB downloads a day
  • Premium (20 a year) – 20,000 API hits and 20,000 NZB downloads a day
  • Elite (35 a year) – unlimited API hits and NZB downloads along with Spotweb access

You can sign up for a free account and test out the site.  You can always upgrade to a paid account at any time.  As for payment options they accept Bitcoin through Mt. Gox. along with Visa and MasterCard via Paymill.  One of the things we like most about NZBFinder is their involvement in the Usenet community.  You’ll find a team member regularly posting in Reddit Usenet discussions.  Answering inquiries about their site as well as general Usenet questions.  With the recent server upgrades we look forward to their continued growth.