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zlibrary is back!

zlibrary returns to the clear web

“We have great news for you – Z-Library is back on the Clearnet again! To access it, follow this link and use your regular login credentials.” – zlibrary

Personal domains

“After logging into your account, you will be redirected to your personal domain. Please keep your personal domain private! Don’t disclose your personal domain and don’t share the link to your domain, as it is protected with your own password and cannot be accessed by other users.” – zlibrary

In theory every user of zlibrary will now get access to their own personal domain and after testing I believe this to be true. Although I don’t know how many domains zlibrary has registered from their universal login page, but it definitely is a lot, especially with the amount of funding they get from their community.

Note - zlibrary says if you can't access the universal login page, to use TOR or I2P to get their personal clearnet domains.

How to access zlibrary

Accessing zlibrary is just as easy as it used to be, all a user has to do is navigate to their website and sign up for an account. Once you have signed up for an account, you will receive a confirmation email to your email you have signed up with. After confirming the email, you will get access to zlibrary’s massive collection of public domain books and more!

Note - when signing up, your personal email isn't required. It's not one I recommend using anyway. To avoid using your personal email, you can use any temporary email service on the web by searching "temp email" or consider getting a membership with Simplelogin which I personally use Simplelogin – Receive and send emails anonymously. With email aliases, you can be anonymous online and protect your inbox against spams and phishing.

Video Guide

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The Fastest and Most Efficient Way to Download Large Books from Libgen using IPFS


As the new academic year begins, many students and scholars are searching for ways to acquire and download books. Traditional methods of downloading books can be slow, especially for books that are over 500 pages long and in the PDF format. This is because PDFs are essentially collections of images that also include interactive text, which can slow down download speeds. But with advancements in technology, there are now faster ways to download large books in seconds rather than hours. By using IPFS. This guide will show you how to use IPFS to quickly and efficiently download books.

Note: This guide will not provide any website links except for those related to IPFS technology. However, finding the links should not be difficult...


  • Have access to Libgen
  • IFPS Desktop installed, official guide can be found here

Step-By-Step Guide

You will need to have IPFS Desktop running in the background.

Visit Libgen and search for your desired book using the title, ISBN, or author.

Libgen Search Box

Click on the title of your desired book.

Once you are redirected to the book’s page, click "this mirror" under "Mirrors".

Mirrors List

At the top of the page, click "". Get Button

This will redirect you to the loaded public domain book.

PDF Loaded Screen

Lastly, click the "save" button to save the book.

PDF Save Button

Closing Notes & Liabilities

Libgen is a useful tool for downloading public domain content. However, like any tool, it can be abused. In the event of misuse or abuse of this tool, we will not be held liable in any way, shape, or form. This guide is for educational purposes only. It is important to remember that the choice of how to use this tool is ultimately yours. We remind you to use this tool in a legal and ethical manner.

Free Book Rentals

Pro-tip: If you are looking for paid books, the Internet Archive has a program where you can rent out the book for free! And it’s legal.