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I admit that I know very little about torrents. There seems to be very little point in encryption them as an ISP can detect the torrent protocol and a user might then have some explaining to do (which a search of their PC might make difficult).
My question (which shows how little I know of torrents) is this - for HTTP one can have end to end encryption, using a service such as JAP which hides the requested URl from the ISP. Is there an equivalent for torrents? Is that what VPNs do?
If one was looking for a VPN, where would one find one which is fast, keeps no logs, has a track record of several years, and is preferably located offshore & has never revealed any details of its users?