Torrent Security Client Setup Instructions

Please Note: You need to enable proxy services in your client. Our systems run a Socks V5 Proxy Server with user authentication. Your username and password you signed up with is the same username and password you will use in the torrent client. We also provide HTTP/Web proxy services for two purposes: The use of private trackers & to hide personal information.

Main Settings

Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 80

Settings & Setup Directions For Your Torrent Client

Settings & Setup Directions For Your Web Browser

HTTP Proxy General Setup Instructions

Please Note: You need to enable proxy services in your browser. Our systems run a Socks V5 Proxy Server with user authentication. Your username and password you signed up with is the same username and password you will use in the web browser. We also provide Torrent Client proxy services.
Attention International Users
Domestic U.S. users can benefit from Torrent Security's "offshore" or international servers inasmuch as a foreign/non-US user may benefit from the use of our available U.S. HTTP servers to safely enable less stringent, less restricted browsing that may be otherwise "unavailable" in their respective countries. Both of these services are available in our standard services/offerings at our same low price.

For International Users Interested in U.S. Domestic Internet (ie: Google,Yahoo,Hulu,Pandora,etc.)
HTTP Server: 96.31.90.195 Port: 8080
For Standard Use
HTTP Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8080
For More Specific Use (ie: A Website Login For Authentication, As In The Case Of A Private Tracker)
HTTPS Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8081

Settings & Setup Directions For Your BitTorrent Client

01: OPTIONS > PREFERENCES > CONNECTION (Take A Look)
a. "Listening port" is irrelevant, as proxy will determine this.
b. Under "Proxy Server", select "Socks5" from the drop-dows menu.
c. "Proxy": torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
d. "Port": 80
e. Tick: "Authentication"
f. "Username" and "Password": Self-explanatory
g. Tick: "Resolve host names through proxy"
h. Tick: "Use proxy server for peer-to-peer connections".
02: OPTIONS > PREFERENCES > BITTORRENT (Take A Look)
a. Un-Tick: "Enable DHT Network"
b. Un-Tick: "Enable DHT for new torrents"
03: All other settings are based upon user-preference. Default should be fine.

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Settings & Setup Directions For Your Tixati Client

01: SETTINGS > NETWORK > CONNECTIONS (Take A Look)
a. Under "Network Mode", choose "IPv4" from the drop-down menu.
02: SETTINGS > NETWORK > PROXY (Take A Look)
a. Tick: "SOCKS5"
b. "Address": :torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
c. "Port": 80
d. "Login" and "Password": Self-explanatory
e. Under "Peer TCP Proxy" - Tick: "Clone tracker proxy settings"
03: SETTINGS > DHT (Take A Look)
a. "Startup DHT mode": Choose "Off" from the drop-down menu.
b. "DHT mode for normal transfers": Choose "Off" from the drop-down menu.
c. "DHT mode for trackerless transfers": Choose "Search Only" from the drop-down menu. 04: All Set! All other settings are based upon user-preference. Default should be fine.

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Settings & Setup Directions For Your Vuze Client

01: TOOLS > OPTIONS > MODE
a. Under "User Proficiency" - Make sure "Advanced" is ticked.
02: TOOLS > OPTIONS > MODE> CONNECTION (Take A Look)
a. "Incoming TCP listen port" and "UDP listen port" is irrelevant, as proxy will determine this. Under "Peer Sources" - Tick all that apply to your individual needs.
03: TOOLS > OPTIONS > MODE> CONNECTION> PROXY OPTIONS (Take A Look)
a. Under "Tracker Communications" - Tick: "Enable proxying of tracker communications". Also tick: "I have a SOCKS proxy".
b. "Host": torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
c. "Port": 80
d. "Username" and "Password": Self-Explanatory.
e. Under "Peer Communications" - Tick: "Enable proxying of peer communications". Choose: "V5" from the "SOCKS version" drop-down menu. Tick: "Use same proxy settings for tracker and peer communications proxy".
04: TOOLS > OPTIONS > PLUGINS> DISTRIBUTED DB (Take A Look)
a. Un-Tick: "Enable the distributed database".
05: TOOLS > OPTIONS > PLUGINS > MEDIA SERVER (Take A Look)
a. Un-Tick: "Enable UPnP".
06: TOOLS > OPTIONS > PLUGINS > UPnP (Take A Look)
a. Un-Tick: Enable UPnP.
07: You should be good to go now. All other settings are user's preference. Default should be fine.

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Settings & Setup Directions For Your uTorrent Client

01: OPTIONS > PREFERENCES > CONNECTION (Take A Look)
a. "Listening port" is irrelevant, as proxy will determine this.
b. Under "Proxy Server", select "Socks5" from the drop-down menu.
c. "Proxy": torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
d. "Port": 80
e. Tick: "Authentication"
f. "Username" and "Password": Self-explanatory
g. Tick: "Resolve host names through proxy"
h. Tick: "Use proxy server for peer-to-peer connections".
02: OPTIONS > PREFERENCES > BITTORRENT (Take A Look)
a. Un-Tick: "Enable DHT Network"
b. Un-Tick: "Enable DHT for new torrents"
03: All other settings are based upon user-preference. Default should be fine.

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Settings & Setup Directions For Your FireFox Browser (Windows)

01: Start Mozilla Firefox
02: From the main menu click on: Tools >> Options
03: Click on the "Advanced" icon
04: Click on the "Network" tab
05: In the "Connection" frame, click on the "Settings" button
06: In the "Connection Settings" dialog box that appears, click on the "Manual proxy configuration" radio button
07: In the "HTTP Proxy" textbox, enter the IP address of the proxy server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
08: In the "Port" textbox, enter the port on which the proxy service is running
HTTP Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8080
HTTPS Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8081
09: Make sure "SOCKS v5" is selected
10: Click "OK" to close the "Connection Settings" dialog box.
11: Click "OK" to close the "Options" dialog box.
12: Proxy server configuration is complete.

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Firefox for Windows Browser Setup

Settings & Setup Directions For Your FireFox Browser (Apple/Mac)

01: Start Mozilla Firefox
02: Select Preferences
03: Click on the "Advanced"
04: Click on the "Network" (Take A Look)
05: Under the "Connection" heading and "Configure how Firefox connects to the Internet", click "Settings"
06: Under "Configure Proxies to Access the Internet", select "Manual proxy configuration" radio button.
07: In the "HTTP Proxy" textbox, enter the IP address of the proxy server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com (Take A Look)
08: In the "Port" textbox, enter the port on which the proxy service is running:
HTTP Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8080
HTTPS Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8081
09: Make sure "SOCKS v5" is selected
10: Click "OK" to close the "Configure Proxies to Access the Internet" dialog box.
11: Proxy server configuration for Firefox is complete.
NOTE: In Mac, individual browser support is currently available only for Mozilla Firefox.
TEST: We recommend using the web-based service http://www.checkmyip.com/ and you will see the IP address from our secure proxy server – NOT the one assigned you by your ISP. If you so choose, try http://www.checkmyip.com/ from another browser, ie Safari, Chrome, etc. and see the difference! Welcome to Torrent Security!

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Settings & Setup Directions For Your Internet Explorer Browser (Windows)

01: Start Internet Explorer.
02: On the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, click Internet Options, click the Connections tab, and then click LAN Settings
03: Under Proxy server, click to select the Use a proxy server for your LAN check box.
04: In the Address box, type the IP address of the proxy server.
05: In the Port box, type the port number that is used by the proxy server for client connections.
HTTP Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8080
HTTPS Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8081
06: You can click to select the Bypass proxy server for local addresses check box if you do not want the proxy server computer to be used when you connect to a computer on the local network (this may speed up performance).
07: Click OK to close the LAN Settings dialog box.
08: Click OK again to close the Internet Options dialog box.
09: Proxy Server Configuration Is Complete. You are good to go!

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Internet Explorer Browser Setup

Settings & Setup Directions For Your Google Chrome Browser (Windows)

01: In Chrome, select "Tools" (the wrench icon in the upper right).
02: Next, select "Options"
03: Next, select "Under The Hood"
04: Under "Network", select "Change proxy settings"
05: This will open up Windows Internet Properties. (Take A Look)
06: Select "Connections"
07: Select "LAN Settings"
08: Under Proxy server, click to select the Use a proxy server for your LAN check box
09: In the Address box, type the IP address of the proxy server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
10: In the Port box, type the port number that is used by the proxy server for client connections:
HTTP Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8080
HTTPS Server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com Port: 8081
11: You can click to select: "Bypass proxy server for local addresses" check box if you do not want the proxy server computer to be used when you connect to a computer on the local network (this may speed up performance).
12: Click OK to close the LAN Settings dialog box.
13: Click OK again to close the Internet Options dialog box.
NOTES: If you intend to set up Torrent Security for multiple browsers, keep in mind that Internet Explorer settings will automatically propagate into both Firefox and Chrome. That being said, set up IE first, then Firefox and Chrome will automatically use the proxy server. Internet Explorer and Chrome share the same proxy settings. Firefox can and will stand alone.
Windows 7: "System Proxy Settings" similar to Mac in that it will propagate into any installed browsers or Internet connections, default or otherwise.
NOTES:

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Google Chrome Browser Setup

Settings & Setup Directions For Your Google Chrome Browser (Apple/Mac)

NOTE: Please refer to the directions for Comprehensive Proxy Connection.

Settings & Setup Directions For Comprehensive Proxy Connection (Apple/Mac)

01: From the desktop, click Apple icon
02: Select "System Preferences"
03: Under "Internet & Wireless: select "Network" (Take A Look and More)
04: Click on the "Advanced" tab (Take A Look)
05: Click on "Proxies" (Take A Look)
06: Under "Select a protocol to configure", select: Web Proxy (HTTP)
07: In the "Web Proxy Server" textbox, enter the IP address of the proxy server: torrentproxytrg.dontexist.com
08: Select "Proxy server requires password" and enter your Username and Password
09: Click OK. You are done!

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For Torrent Client Users: To check if all connections are running to the proxy service, go to Check My Torrent IP.