Heres the explanation about the whole "fuss" with deluge
Also, the summary is highly misleading. This is not a bittorrent-based replacement for TOR as one might conclude from the summary. The browser is merely designed to conceal the IPs of people surfing websites hosting torrents by going through a proxy. You also see ads while using the service. I wonder how long it will take ISPs with an anti-bittorrent agenda to block their proxies...
Quoting TFA's FAQ:
Can we use the internal browser to surf any site?
No. This is a very touchy subject, so I want to be very clear. Our proxy servers have a whitelist of bittorrent-related sites (trackers, index sites, etc), which it allows you to visit.
Why are there ads? Are you turning evil? This is free software!
This is free software, however, our proxy servers (which anonymizies the browsing) costs us very real dollars.
I can't download any files. What is that about?
To prevent abuse, Deluge's internal browser only allows you to download bittorrent files..
@shudde: Whats with the whole Bandido thing, care to fill me in?