al1uk bittorrent has integertet hash checks.

BT splits alle the files up into small parts, and all parts get checked, when you resive them.

If one part doesent match the hash, then that part will be regarded as garbage, and will not be written to the HDD.

If some one trys to inject a virus/trojan/rootkit, then it will fail the hash check, and no harm will be done.

Some BT clients even ban the IP's where the falsh data comes from, so thy wont get any more from the as*hole.

The torrent file you host, has all the hash data the BT client needs to identify the file/files, and make sure thy are fine.

So if peaple get the torrent file from youre homepage, then the content will be as safe as if thy got the full file from your homepage.