C’est un énorme changement par rapport à la première fois que nous avons examiné TunnelBear. À l’époque, leur position sur le partage de fichiers P2P était un non catégorique. Nous sommes heureux de les voir nous rejoindre dans le présent et adopter l’un des services clés pour lesquels les utilisateurs souhaitent utiliser un VPN.

TunnelBear is a public virtual private network (VPN) service based in Toronto, Canada. The company was founded by Daniel Kaldor and Ryan Dochuk in 2011. In the recent past, there was no P2P activity allowed, though that has changed. Users should be thankful for VPN companies like TunnelBear, with its clear and  Inutile dire che non la consiglierei se vivi in Canada e neanche se vuoi fare P2P e Torrent. La semplicità è la funzionalità principale della VPN di Tunnel Bear. 4 Jan 2020 TunnelBear looks good and is easy to use but we've got a thing or two to TunnelBear used to not allow any sort of torrents or P2P on its VPN. TunnelBear does not collect logs, but still beware that Canada, where they are based, has very strict privacy laws and anti-P2P laws. Vendor Response. By 


Autre inconvénient, Tunnelbear ne peut pas être utilisé pour des services P2P comme les torrents. Le coût d’un abonnement à TunnelBear est dans la moyenne quand on compare avec la concurrence, mais certains fournisseurs offrent plus de fonctionnalités pour un prix similaire. TunnelBear offers its users both free and paid VPN service. However, the free version is only limited to 500MB/month bandwidth. On a good note, their VPN software uses the industry standard (strong) OpenVPN protocol, as well as 256-bit AES encryption. Is it still a good choice when compared to the other VPNs out there? That's what we're going to find out in this TunnelBear review.

While TunnelBear seems to be hostile towards torrenting and certainly doesn’t go out of its way to accommodate P2P downloading, there is evidence that torrenters can share files all the same. So the VPN’s Bittorrent barrier could be more of a “soft block” , instead of an outright ban.