I use PIA, which i'm guessing is the most popular probably because of the price. All VPNs work with deluge as it's not program-dependent. On linux it's easy to setup VPN usage only for torrenting if wanted. The difference in VPNs is about speed, stability, price and selecting a provider you trust to not keep logs to identify you later on for 3'rd parties to obtain. Some are better with port-forwarding than others, but I don't use it and get great speed regardless(remember uploading still is supported without port-forwarding). I like PIA because they also have a SOCKS5 proxy included in the subscription, which I normally prefer, as slightly better speeds and less CPU for added encryption overhead, but mostly I chose PIA because of price and SOCKS5 proxy and I trust them additionally.
willieaames wrote:i am running deluge behind a vpn (Expressvpn) with port forwarding enabled through Express. PIA was good though but lacks in speed. Nordvpn, hidemyass also supports deluge.
I am also using NordVPN which is working fine
Another vote for NordVPN. Speeds are good, supports torrenting, doesn't support port forwarding though, but has a huge server list and no log policy. It is more than enough for my needs.
Yeah, I am dumbfounded by people who use torrents but don't use a VPN. Well, maybe they are lucky because their country's ISP's don't control that but I think in the future all of them will be doing it. I personally use NordVPN, but you could check the article here for a detailed list of VPNs https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-services-k ... mous-2018/
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