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How To Install the Tor proxy Client

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Instructions for installation and configuration of the TOR proxy client bundle for Windows.

Instructions for installation and configuration of the TOR proxy client bundle for Windows.

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  • Be sure to review the notes in this note pane too.
  • The “Tor Button” is a Firefox plug-in that must be enabled in Firefox. FYI: Tools> Add Ons> Extensions
  • Tor will attempt to connect to the proxy network but, will not be able to because the Bridges are not configured yet.
  • NOTE: If you closed the control panel please get back to it now by right clicking on the X’d out onion at the bottom right hand corner of your screen
  • Click on the second tab, Network. Click My ISP blocks connections to the Tor network. Copy each bridge, one line at time, into the Add a Bridge entry box. Click OK.
  • Right Click on the TOR Button- which is just the text “Tor Disabled”.
  • Select Preferences
  • Take the check mark off of Disable plugins… Click OK.
  • After you click Start Tor. Tor will use the Bridges you entered to connect to the proxy network.
  • Right Click on the Onion at the bottom right hand corner of your screen to get to help.
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    • 1. Vidalia/TOR Proxy Client Installation and Configuration v1.0
    • 2. Step 1: Install Firefox
      • Firefox installation files are located in the TOR Bundle folder
      • If you already have Firefox installed, skip this step
    • 3. Step 2: Install The TOR software
      • Select the Full Installation
    • 4. “ TOR is not running”
    • 5. Configure Bridges
      • In the TOR Control panel click Settings
    • 6. Configuring Bridges (continued) Click Network Click My ISP… Click “ + ” after each full number
    • 7. TOR Button Settings TOR Button
    • 8. TOR Button Settings Click Preferences
    • 9. TOR Button Settings Take the check mark off of Disable plugins…
    • 10. Click Start Tor
    • 11. Success! Green Onions mean success
    • 12. Firefox TOR Button Toggle the Tor Disabled to Tor Enabled by clicking once
    • 13. NOTES
      • A yellow onion means that you are not connected due to blocked bridges or are disconnected from the Internet
      • An X’d out onion means that Tor is not running
      • Periodically, you will need to obtain new bridge information. See Bridge Relays within Help for instruction on obtaining new bridges
      • Internet access will be slower
      • Toggle the TOR Button to Tor Disabled for normal browsing