TorrentPrivacy VPN Review
TorrentPrivacy offers both a VPN service and an anonymous proxy that can be used for downloading torrents. The service is specifically aimed at people who want to download content from bit torrent sites, and most of its features are oriented toward that goal.
TorrentPrivacy will be tested for speed in short order.
There are two different plans available for TorrentPrivacy. The bit torrent anonymizer is available from $8.49 per month and provides you with a service that is specifically designed for bit torrent users. You can also purchase the torrent privacy VPN service, which protects everything you download for $5.79 per month.
You may pay via major credit cards or PayPal.
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
At present, TorrentPrivacy offers a free one-week trial period. You can take a look at the service and decide whether or not it’s for you.
Coupons / Discount / Special Offers
There is presently a 50 percent discount being offered on new purchases.
TorrentPrivacy have servers located in the following nations:
The company itself is based in Seychelles.
VPN Protocols Supported
Number of IP Addresses
Not disclosed on site.
VPN Clients Information
There is an easy to set up client available for both the torrent proxy service and for the standard VPN service. It works on both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.
Common Error Messages
Windows error 800.
Logs are only kept for seven days. These logs do not have personal information that would allow anyone to find out what was being downloaded or where it was being downloaded from.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
This service is designed specifically for torrent users.
TorrentPrivacy vs. The Competition
TorrentPrivacy offers a service with heavy bit torrent users in mind. The SSL encryption provides you with protection from traffic shaping and prying eyes at your ISP. The VPN offering is comparable to what most other companies offer.
TorrentPrivacy offers a decent service that takes privacy seriously. The SSH tunnel is a good option for people who only want to use encryption to download torrent files to avoid being cut off by their ISPs. The addition of the standard VPN service is a good option for those who want comprehensive security. The pricing is competitive compared to other services and users who are looking for something that is designed specifically for P2P users may find this to be an interesting choice. The downloadable client is easy to configure and is compatible with both the Macintosh and Windows operating systems, so there should be no issues for users related to incompatibility with their operating systems and support is readily available.