No, torrenting by itself is legal. However, downloading copyrighted material through torrenting is illegal almost everywhere in the world.
Most popular torrent sites have a tricky setup that doesn’t allow any kind of privacy. Here’s what happens when you download torrents: When you download a file, you make it available for others to download it as well. That means you unwillingly share files, some of them copyrighted material.
Based on your unique IP, ISPs know you’re using torrent websites
File sharers can also see your IP and location
Through your ISP, copyright lawyers monitor torrent users
Truly believing in digital privacy, CyberGhost helps over 30 million users worldwide to be anonymous online.
With a special torrenting profile, downloading and sharing files safely is just one-click away.
You can trust our no logs policy: headquartered in Romania, local laws don’t enforce us to keep any logs.
CyberGhost automatically protects your favorite torrenting app when you connect to the Torrent Anonymously profile.
CyberGhost VPN encrypts your internet traffic with the 256-bit AES algorithm, the most advanced encryption out there.
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CyberGhost redirects your internet traffic so you always access the safer version of a website.
CyberGhost prevents you from accessing malicious torrenting websites, plus, it also blocks annoying ads.
CyberGhost re-routes your internet traffic through a safe VPN tunnel, instead of going directly to your ISP.
All internet traffic is stopped if you get disconnected from a VPN server, so you don’t expose your downloads.
CyberGhost VPN changes with a new IP address from our network, commonly shared with other users.