Using Your VPN to Torrent
Our top three choices for the best Rarbg VPN are ExpressVPN, NordVPN and IPVanish. It’s hard to say which one of these three is the best, each has different abilities and features. ExpressVPN has a reputation for speed, NordVPN for maintaining privacy. IPVanish is somewhere in between. But depending on your needs, one service might have a unique feature you require. Make the best choice for you.
Once you have a service, log in and connect to a server that supports P2P. Your VPN service will tell you how to find those. Connect to a server located in a country that doesn’t block Rarbg. If you don’t have BitTorrent software, download it. Then, access Rarbg and search for your desired content. Click on your chosen file and you’ll be lead to more info, which includes a magnet link so you can easily begin downloading the torrent content without having to download the torrent file on your computer. Keep your VPN on throughout the entire process, as a VPN encrypts all data that travels through all of your applications.
Choosing Your Level of Protection: VPN or Proxy?
When the popular torrenting site KickAssTorrents shut down in July 2016, it became evident that governments were cracking down on the search engine. It’s impossible to know when or if your country will block a torrenting site. If ever it is restricted, there are hypothetically two RARBG unblock methods: a proxy or a VPN.
We say “hypothetically” because it’s clear to us there is only one option. Proxies and VPNs both do this by accessing a remote server in the location of your choice. To achieve your goal, just choose a server located in a country where the site is accessible, and both a VPN and proxy (free or paid) will re-route your traffic to make it appear to be coming from there
The important difference is that a Rarbg proxy does not encrypt your traffic. This means that nothing is done to obscure it, so your internet service provider could potentially see all of your activity, including the sites you are accessing and in this case, the specific torrent downloaded. Furthermore, your location can be tracked or leaked. Consequences of being caught torrenting range from warnings to jail time. No torrent is worth the worst penalty. But a VPN provides an easy way around this dilemma.
As traffic travels through a VPN, to your chosen remote server and your desired destination, all of your traffic is encrypted. This means that not only is your location masked and less susceptible to leaks, but your traffic is also scrambled. It is extremely difficult for any third party, whether it be your ISP or a hacker, to know what you are doing. Overall, a VPN also uses a more secure protocol and encrypts all of your system traffic, not just your browsing activity. This protection comes at a price, but we think peace of mind is worth it.