IPVanish, a No-Logs VPN, Offers Anonymous Torrenting

Are you looking for an ISP-proof VPN service that allows torrents?

Depending on what files you’re downloading, torrenting can be a risky business. That’s why you’re looking for a VPN that does the job best, not the cheapest (or free) one. Meet IPVanish.

IPVanish, a US-based VPN service by Mudhook Media, Inc., now owned by J2 Global, is one of the oldest and possibly the world’s best VPN service.

It is known for highly secure and private connections, high-speeds, unlimited bandwidth, and a good value for the buck. Netizens using IPVanish can rest assured that all their devices — computers, mobile devices, even routers — are well-protected. This way, they have a 360-degree protection against hackers and snoopers.

One of the most essential aspects of a VPN provider is their ability to keep user activity from being released to by third parties, including law enforcement and Internet Service Providers (ISP). As their Privacy Policy page says, IPVanish doesn’t record online activities of its users while they’re connected to the provider’s servers.

Although, IPVanish was previously accused of handing over user records to the US authorities, the StackPath CEO later clarified to TechRadar that those allegations weren’t correct. In the interview, he cited IPVanish CEO Lance Crosby said, “With no exception IPVanish does not, has not, and will not log or store logs of our users as a StackPath company.”

IPVanish delivers added security in the form of obfuscated connections and the ability to change your IP address at regular intervals.

On top of that, IPVanish’s users get access to torrenting and unlimited P2P sharing. This makes the VPN a perfect choice for those who use BitTorrent or other torrent downloaders where security and absolute privacy are extremely important.

The bottom line, despite being one of the cheapest zero-log VPNs on the market, IPVanish still manages to deliver all the features you want (including hiding your torrent activity) at an affordable price.

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