PirateBay, a site which is popular for storing billions of torrents, just released PirateBrowser. A browser which allows you to access all the blocked sites by your ISP. There are a lot of sites which are blocked in different countries, like China etc. which you can browse with this browser.
PirateBay turns 10 today, and with the anniversary, PirateBay today announced a Mozilla Firefox based browser which is pre-configured to allow user to browse all the blocked websites. PirateBrowser is based on the latest release of Mozilla, Firefox 23. It also comes with lot of blocked sites bookmarks including PirateBay, KickAssTorrents etc.
It also comes with pre-configured settings which boosts page loading speed. But unfortunately, it is available for Windows users only for now. It comes bundled with Tor client Vidalia and it helps you to unblock the banned sites by your Internet Service Provider. But TorrentFreak reports that the Mac and Linux version are on the way. The browser is currently in developing state, and the developing continues till coming days as stated on TorrentFreak.
Since most of the users are reporting that they can’t download PirateBrowser through the official Magnet Link shared by PirateBay, I have attached the file here so users can easily download it from here.