Ratio Ghost is a small, free, open source program to help you maintain ratio on private BitTorrent trackers. It works by running in the background and intercepting the communication between your torrent client (such as uTorrent) and the private tracker you're downloading from.
Because Ratio Ghost only modifies the information that your torrent client is already sending, Ratio Ghost is completely undetectable by trackers.
Ratio Ghost is completely free, and setup only takes a couple minutes.
Ratio Ghost is completely free. There is no catch, it doesn't have ads, and we won't try to up-sell you on anything.
Ratio Ghost runs in the background. Once it's installed, you just download your torrents like you normally would - with your existing torrent client. Ratio Ghost takes care of the rest.
Ratio Ghost has been in use and development for over 8 years. No private tracker site that can detect it when used with a sensible configuration.
Ratio Ghost is super easy to use. The default options work great, and configuring your torrent client to work with Ratio Ghost is easy.
Ratio Ghost allows you to report to the torrent site that you've uploaded a lot more than you actually have. This is the quickest way to get out of a hole and get your download speed back.
With Ratio Ghost, every torrent can be FreeLeech. When in FreeLeech mode, your torrent client will continue to work as normal, but Ratio Ghost will report to the tracker that you haven't downloaded anything.
With private trackers trying to crack down on cheaters more than ever, Ratio Ghost is still actively updated with new features and detection avoidance schemes.
Ratio Ghost is provided with full source code under the GPL-3.0 license. This means Ratio Ghost is variably secure, and you can add any new features you want!
"Improved my ratio 400%. Best Program Ever!" - Jeff, New York City
"I used it on a dozen sites. Undetectable!" - Juan, Mexico City
"Now everything is FreeLeech! LOL!" - Eric, Los Angeles
"Easier than I thought. Works Great!" - Bruce, Beijing
"I no longer have to seed. Couldn't live without it." - Paul, Chicago