6 VPNs for torrenting: P2P VPNs for 2021

There are various ways you can benefit from using a VPN service through this website https://vpntesting.com, one of which is P2P file sharing. If you are not sure why people use Bittorrent file-sharing networks, please check out 6 VPNs for torrenting.

1. IPVanish (9/10) Pros:

IPVanish is a US-based VPN provider that has never given away records to authorities or any other person. Its huge network of servers and high-speed bandwidth makes it perfect for torrenting; we love the ad blocker and anti-malware features, although its kill switch can be buggy sometimes. There are only three simultaneous connections allowed with an account, which could be depending on how many people in your household you want to use a VPN at once, but unfortunately, the mobile app does not work if you want to secure both your iPhone and Android device. You can also make sure to use the safest network i.e. The Pirate Bay.

2. ExpressVPN (9/10) Pros:

Has over 160 servers in 94 countries, which is unbelievable in this VPN industry. You can access almost anything right away. This company also has apps for Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS devices that are extremely easy to use even for beginners.  Without a doubt, this is one of the best providers on the market today.

 3. CyberGhost (8/10) Pros:

CyberGhost keeps no usage records whatsoever; however, it does retain some connection metadata logs including date of connection, choice of server location, and total bandwidth used,  which could be problematic if you are trying to stay anonymous. It has apps for Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and IOS devices. Cyber Ghost service only offers a 7-day money-back guarantee rather than a free trial or a true 30-day one.  For those, who want to try out this provider without committing to long periods, first use its free version as long as needed until satisfied then upgrade to the full premium plan.

4. PIA (7/10) Pros:

Private Internet Access is a well-established VPN provider based in the United States; PIA does not offer as many features as some other providers; however, it is lacking in providing rock-solid security.  Customer support could be better but like most things, this issue is being addressed slowly by the company.

5. Mullvad (6/10) Pros:

Mullvad is a Swedish VPN provider with an excellent no-logging privacy policy; in addition to AES-256 encryption with OpenVPN it also offers users the option of SOCKS5, SSH, or SSL tunnel. The service works on all popular devices including Windows PCs, Linux systems, Android smartphones, and Apple TVs. Mullvad only has servers in 30 locations, which might not be enough if you are looking to unblock content from various parts of the globe.

6. Ipredator (5/10) Pros:

Ipredator is based in Sweden so it does not fall under any mandatory data retention laws; it also offers OpenVPN over SSH and SSL tunneling making it very versatile even though it does not have servers in as many countries as its competitors. The service provides unlimited bandwidth, speed, and server switches so you can move around freely without any restrictions whatsoever. You do not get much with your subscription, which is limited to just 3 simultaneous connections per account. It is not among the cheapest providers out there but if you value privacy above all else then this VPN will be well worth your money.

Conclusion Choosing a VPN for torrenting is not an easy task. The majority of the providers out there do not allow P2P file-sharing or have a limited number of servers that can be used. In addition, you also need to consider factors such as privacy policy, speed, and customer support before deciding on one service over another.

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