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Original author(s)Netcrawled LLC
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
Mac OS X
Available inEnglish
LicenseCommercial, based on open source software such as OpenVPN

BTGuard is a Virtual Private Network service specifically designed for anonymous filesharing through the BitTorrent network operated in Canada. Established in 2008, the service legally reroutes a customer's internet traffic through a different IP address.[1]

It has received attention and positive reviews by websites such as, and offers both a traditional VPN as well as versions of common BitTorrent clients such as uTorrent that have been specifically modified to transfer files anonymously through their anonymous proxy.[2]

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  1. ^ Stone, Jeff (18 February 2013). "BT Guard Review: VPN's Frequent Downtime, Poor Customer Service Vs. Affordability, Convenience". International Business Times. Retrieved 21 November 2014.
  2. ^ Article on "BTGuard Review: How Does it Work?"

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