Vidalia/TOR Proxy Client Installation and Configuration v1.0
Step 1:  Install Firefox <ul><li>Firefox installation files are located in the TOR Bundle folder </li></ul><ul><li>If you ...
Step 2: Install The TOR software <ul><li>Select the  Full  Installation </li></ul>
“ TOR is not running”
Configure  Bridges <ul><li>In the TOR Control panel click  Settings </li></ul>
Configuring Bridges (continued) Click  Network Click  My ISP… Click “ + ” after each full number
TOR Button Settings TOR Button
TOR Button Settings Click  Preferences
TOR Button Settings Take the check mark off of  Disable plugins…
Click  Start Tor
Success! Green Onions mean success
Firefox TOR Button Toggle the Tor Disabled to Tor Enabled by clicking once
NOTES <ul><li>A yellow onion means that you are not connected due to blocked bridges or are disconnected from the Internet...
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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.

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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&gt; Add Ons&gt; 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.
  • How To Install the Tor proxy Client

    1. 1. Vidalia/TOR Proxy Client Installation and Configuration v1.0
    2. 2. Step 1: Install Firefox <ul><li>Firefox installation files are located in the TOR Bundle folder </li></ul><ul><li>If you already have Firefox installed, skip this step </li></ul>
    3. 3. Step 2: Install The TOR software <ul><li>Select the Full Installation </li></ul>
    4. 4. “ TOR is not running”
    5. 5. Configure Bridges <ul><li>In the TOR Control panel click Settings </li></ul>
    6. 6. Configuring Bridges (continued) Click Network Click My ISP… Click “ + ” after each full number
    7. 7. TOR Button Settings TOR Button
    8. 8. TOR Button Settings Click Preferences
    9. 9. TOR Button Settings Take the check mark off of Disable plugins…
    10. 10. Click Start Tor
    11. 11. Success! Green Onions mean success
    12. 12. Firefox TOR Button Toggle the Tor Disabled to Tor Enabled by clicking once
    13. 13. NOTES <ul><li>A yellow onion means that you are not connected due to blocked bridges or are disconnected from the Internet </li></ul><ul><li>An X’d out onion means that Tor is not running </li></ul><ul><li>Periodically, you will need to obtain new bridge information. See Bridge Relays within Help for instruction on obtaining new bridges </li></ul><ul><li>Internet access will be slower </li></ul><ul><li>Toggle the TOR Button to Tor Disabled for normal browsing </li></ul>
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