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BitBlinder: Anonymous web browsing & BitTorrent client

An anonymous web browsing client is always useful while surfing the internet if you want to hide your identity from marketers, corporates or government institutions.

Here is a new anonymous web browsing & BitTorrent client called BitBlinder that lets you protect your privacy by hiding your IP address, bypass any filters and can also download files quickly and anonymously via BitTorrent.

BitBlinder contains a Portable Firefox for anonymous surfing, a BitTorrent client for downloading>

BitBlinder is currently in beta, so bugs and insecurities can not be avoided. Moreover you required a beat invite to use this client.

Interested readers can get more information and download at source.


  1. Thanks for sharing. Can I get a free Beta invitation?

  2. I think, this might be good news to me? Thanks a lot for sharing.

  3. This really is interesting, unfortunately tho, I can't access the registration page from some reason. It just keeps showing that the webpage is not available. Any help will be appreciated, if you could, please send me an invitation.

  4. Apparently, the damn thing is so jammed with requests that it times out and won't load. That's what happens if I click the "get invitation" on their site.
    ANybody know an alternate way to get one?

  5. i'm havin the same problem...ny body got ny idea how to overcome this snag.


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