With TorGuard, you can access a virtual private network (VPN) on your iPhone or iPad. This enables you to securely access your email and internet behind a firewall — using an encrypted VPN connection that acts as a secure “tunnel” for data. The 2.0 version of the iPhone software supports our service's protocols known as L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol) and OpenVPN using a third party app.
You can configure a VPN on the iPhone by tapping VPN under Network, tapping Add VPN Configuration, and then tapping one of the aforementioned protocols. Then, using configuration settings provided by your company, fill in the appropriate server information, account, password, encryption level (if appropriate), and so on. Better yet, lend your iPhone to the techies at the place you work and let them fill in the blanks on your behalf.
TorGuard also supports OpenVPN on the iPhone and iPad through the app GuizmOVPN..
The traditional measures taken to browse anonymously aren't quite enough anymore to keep you safe. It is becoming increasingly easier for prying eyes to view download traffic. You don't even need to be doing anything illegal, either. Maybe you just want to keep “big brother” out of your personal business and just prevent bandwidth throttling. Either way, if you’re really serious about keeping your download activity private, your best bet involves routing your BitTorrent connection through an external service. Torguard is a BT-focused proxy server, VPN provider.