How to search and download torrents anonymously

Few weeks ago we’ve made a try to introduce you several most popular ways to make your torrent searching and downloading more secure and anonymous. At first blush those four methods shorties were enough. However we continuously receive users’ demands about additional measures one may take to gain the best anonymity of bittorrent usage.

So let us begin to tell you at length about a VPN, a proxy service, an encrypted client usage or seedbox one by one.

Today we’ll take a narrow look to VPN as a good way to hide your IP address from the public. All you need is to install a small app, get a subscription and connect to VPN to use a secure IP instead of your real one. Here are some P2P-supporting VPN providers.

Private Internet Accesspia

Pricing: from $3.33/ month

  • PPTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec
  • Multiple VPN Gateways
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • No traffic logs
  • Instant Setup

Server locations: USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Hong Kong

Private Internet Access website

Torrent Privacytorrentprivacy

Pricing: $5.3/ month

  • No logs
  • One-click VPN
  • Unlimited connection speed
  • 24×7 support
  • Easy 5-minute installation

Server locations: USA and Netherlands

TorrentPrivacy website


Pricing: from $9.95/month

  • No records of usage stored
  • Simple download & install 256-bit
  • AES encryption
  • Unlimited download speed, 10Gbit servers
  • VPN includes OpenVPN & PPTP

Server locations: Canada, Europe and Asia

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12 thoughts on “How to search and download torrents anonymously”

  1. If isohunt is back I find your site a bit confusing from the site you had before it is not the same I always download jaybob movies and even that is different. Go back to the way it used to be before it closed down. Heaps easier to use

  2. I personally use PIA and I haven’t had any problems so far. Money well spent. I have to pay monthly at the moment because I’m poor, but if you can afford the yearly, that’s what I would do.

  3. Since i am a resident of the USA, should i choose a VPN outside of the USA’s jurisdiction (just as a precaution) or does it really matter? I also have been recently informed of another step that i should take known as “SEED BOX”, or using/running through a seed box. Is this a step that should be taken or does it really do anything that cant be circumvented? I realize that nothing in life is 100% but if anything can stop my ISP from “Love Lettering” me again (besides death or complete loss of motor skills) I wouldn’t mind knowing about it for what it is worth. Twice now I have been issued an informative safety notice regarding my possible copyright infringement. (i know it doesn’t make it “legal” to some) but both times the material in question i purchased and own/ owned. But Hell if i am going to purposefully contact the DMCA, MPAA, or RIAA, nope not today pal. thanks for any help/info

  4. This is the first time I have getting inside your site to download torrents from your newsletter thats the way I got in.
    The trouble is my ISP Server is keep blocking me to get on your site.
    I clicked on a link on your website to join AIO Search,but again my ISP Server is blocking me.
    I can get into Jiffy Torrents because they have a button inside which takes you to a secure link to download the torrents.
    They said we are having a lot of problems with your ISP Server and this should sort it out,and it has.
    I am not a technical guy but Virgin and Sky are the two biggest TV server`s in England,and especially Virginmedia.

  5. I was getting a nastygram every few weeks. I went to P.I.A., paid a year in advance for about $40.00 US.
    Not one letter since then. That was about nine months ago.
    Get it, peeps. Your peace of mind is worth $3.33 a month.

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