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Thread: TorrentPrivacy The Application

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    I just came across this site:

    http://www.torrentprivacy.com/

    Anyone use TorrentPrivacy, any good?

    THANKS

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    With TorrentPrivacy your IP is concealed
    I stopped reading here. This part is utter nonsense, so I don't trust the other claims either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanuki View Post
    With TorrentPrivacy your IP is concealed
    I stopped reading here. This part is utter nonsense, so I don't trust the other claims either.
    You should of read a bit, they're running an SSH tunnel and several Bittorent groups know them and support them....

    They're no nonsense about this, if they know what they are doing then this could be good...

    Thing is if someone gets a good proxy then they can run uTorrnet themselves through it, but that hides you on the P2P network, but then can an ISP still see you connecting to it I wonder...

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    Never heard of it.
    Never used it.
    And never gonna use it either.
    Damn, I Thought They Meant He Was An Actual Pirate.
    Like with an eye patch and a peg leg.




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    It is easy to encrypt a p2p connection. There are protocol enhancements for bittorrent, which allow this. But it is nearly impossible to hide your ip from your peers. Why do do think p2p networks like freenet or ant, which really work hard to do so, are so terribly slow? What TorrentPrivacy can do, is to offer a central server, which acts as 'man in the middle'. In theory this could work, but yeah, we all know how central servers are a great idea in a p2p environment. And of course, a Russian company runs servers in Holland to conceal our ips from our peers for free.

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    Wouldn't trust it

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    what russian company is this

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    Get a cheap dedi or VPS and run a VPN on it. Same difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koolyt View Post
    what russian company is this
    Yes I would like to know too please?

    I love how people tell us these things but then don't give any answers, is it to TAUNT us?

    We're being taunted.....

    Well in the meantime while we're waiting I found SecureIX:

    http://www.secureix.com

    This article says that SecureIX is for sale, so I wouldn't go buying their accounts...

    http://www.broerse.net/wordpress/200...lled-secureix/
    Last edited by DasFox; 07-27-2008 at 06:38 AM.

  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    never used it

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