Torrenting with a VPN is a great first step. However, even if you do torrent with a VPN, you could be missing some essential security guidelines. In this post, we have created an infographic to help you with the 5 things to do before torrenting with a VPN. Are you looking for some VPN providers that are great for torrenting and P2P? Check out this post.
VPNs are amazing tools to encrypt your internet traffic, but like all widely used tools, they have vulnerabilities. If you’re not using a top tier VPN, you might be experiencing some form of an IP leak. Since VPNs are designed to protect your IP address, this can be a huge problem. IP leaks can be in the form of DNS leaks, IPv6 leaks, and WebRTC leaks. If you want to check if you have an IP...[Read More]
VPNs while easy to use, can be confusing and complicated things. There’s a lot of extra security features, configurations, protocols, and settings in each VPN application that can be useful, but hard to understand. Not only that but the VPN market itself makes picking a VPN hard since each VPN provider website promises everything and hides their weaknesses. A good majority of the time you...[Read More]
Torrent streaming has been around for awhile, but just recently, a new website called Torrents Time has brought torrents into the browser alongside streaming capabilities. Torrents Time is like other popular movie / TV show streaming site, but the difference is that the files are sourced directly from torrents themselves. The process sounds a bit confusing, but after a quick download of the Torren...[Read More]
Have you stocked up on nachos? Filled your fridge with frozen pizza rolls and jampacked your pantry full of soda cans? OR maybe you’re the healthy type–if so, hunt down those celery sticks and peanut butter! It’s party time, and you have to be ready! If not, it’s time for preparation, because this guide is going to show you how to use a VPN to watch the SuperBowl for free ...[Read More]
On January 14th, Netflix’s Vice President of Content delivery pushed out a blog post outlining Netflix’s stance on VPN use. In summation, the post described how Netflix does not support VPNs. If the last month is any indication, Netflix REALLY doesn’t support VPNs. VPNs are virtual private tunnels that allow users to access Netflix without geo restrictions based on IP addresses. ...[Read More]
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VPNs are hot right now–and there’s a lot of reasons why this is: China restricting access to it’s huge internet user base Netflix limiting VPN usage based on geo-location BBC iPlayer blocking VPN use everywhere Countless countries placing restrictions on popular encrypted internet applications like WhatsApp But one of the biggest reasons more people are using VPNs is becau...[Read More]
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Torrenting without a VPN can be dangerous. Of course, this depends on what you’re downloading, but even if you’re downloading content that is not illegally shared, you still may not want others to know your IP address. It doesn’t matter which application you’re using, whether that is uTorrent, BitTorrent, Vuze, or our favorite- qBittorrent–your IP address is shown t...[Read More]
Torrenting without a VPN is a risk. The reason is that your IP address becomes public to other users helping you download and share the file. Torrenting works through a peer to peer system and every user downloading a torrent file is in what is called a “swarm”. Worst case scenario is that some third party user enters the swarm to monitor and log the IP addresses of people downloading ...[Read More]