Surfshark Best VPN for torrenting
- Works great with uTorrent and other P2P clients
- Kill Switch + blazing-fast torrenting speeds
- Strict no-logs policy
You need a VPN for torrenting to:
Stay private when you download or seed torrents. A VPN ensures that only you know you’re torrenting.
Enjoy the internet with no restrictions. With a VPN, you can access any content that you love.
Get the highest bandwidth speeds with zero throttling. Some providers may choose to slow down your connection based on the data you download, and a VPN helps to prevent that.
Get a torrent-friendly VPN that has everything you need.
Your privacy is important. Kill Switch will disable the internet connection if your VPN connection drops.
1700+ servers in 63+ countries cover all continents. We use only fast and secure protocols to guarantee you the best VPN service.
Routing Spotify via VPN could slow down your downloads quite a bit. Solution? Use the Whitelister to send it via the usual pathways.
Encryption to secure your data
Take matters into your own hands with Surfshark’s diamond-strong encryption. Our IKEv2/IPSec and OpenVPN protocols use state-of-the-art AES-256-GCM data encryption.
Easy and secure torrenting
Compatible with all P2P clients
Surfshark works great with your favorite torrenting apps.
Frequently asked questions
Is torrenting safe?
It can be risky if you’re not cautious. Make sure you don’t click any ads or suspicious links and scan any files which you download with an antivirus before running them. Surfshark helps to block malware, too!
Is torrenting illegal?
Torrenting itself is legal - it’s just simple peer-to-peer file sharing. However, if you’re downloading any copyrighted material, then it is indeed illegal. We advise you to stay out of trouble and opt for legal streaming services.
Will Surfshark slow down my internet?
If you’re sending anything through an encrypted tunnel, it is a bit slower by default. However, Surfshark is very fast and the difference in speed is hard to notice.
Does Surfshark have a VPN app for Android or iOS?
Can my ISP still see the sites I visit when I use a VPN?
Does my provider know I’m using a VPN?
Our proprietary stealth technology aims to represent itself as regular internet traffic, and that makes detecting VPN usage a difficult task.
Should I still use a VPN if I already use a proxy?
Be careful if you use a free proxy - they are notorious for spreading malicious traffic. While paid proxy services can be good, you still have to be knowledgeable on the topic and it’s not easy to set it up correctly if you’re not tech-savvy. For example, HTTP and some socks5 proxies do not encrypt your P2P traffic at all - they just reroute it. VPN, on the other hand, only takes a few clicks to set up and it has a lot of additional features that help protect your privacy and safety.