I remember reading somewhere in the forums that AirVPN will provide information to law enforcement in the case someone is hosting malware or a botnet threw the service. I understand and respect this but does this mean that AirVPN logs what ports a user opens and for how long or does the person have to be "caught in the act"? I'm not suggesting that I'm doing to host a botnet or malware but I do download torrents from time to time and when I do I wait until I reach at least a share ratio of 1 (uploaded as much as I downloaded). This can causes a DMCA nightmare when I download from my home ip. I don't usually finish uploading before I turn off my torrent client so many times I'll continue seeding at a later time.
Effective seeding requires me to port forward so other peers can connect to my computer and request pieces from me this means airVPN must know that I'm using that port (at least when its live). Now lets assume air receives a DMCA request from one of the torrents I was downloading/seeding including the port I was using (I am no longer seeding the torrent but the port is still forwarded on my account) and for some odd reason the company took air to court would they be able to say definitively that I was the one who had that port open at that time? If so, would I be able to randomly swap around ports to mitigate this? (such as, User x has this port open since ...)
Off topic question: I opened a new account to use the forum. Is that against the rules? :/