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A common problem in TOR (solution)

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06-24-2013, 03:56 PM #1
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assalamualaikum mads
in this tutorial, I will show you that how you can troubleshoot a basic problem in
TOR..
If you have TOR you may have facing many problems like

Unexpected error

Vidalia detected that the Tor software exited unexpectedly.
Please check the message log for recent warning or error message
and when you open log
you see error like

[Image: VrCTEyF.png]

so if you see first warning
it says that it could not bind with port 443

I usually play with ports and this error occur many times to me

So how do I fix this problem?

how do i know which process is using this port?

how can I kill that process ??

well for that

open command prompt in windows and type this command

Code:
netstat -ano

it will show all process with listening ports

[Image: 0lfgz5R.png]

okay now look for local adress which is binded with port 443

and see its PID number

I have highlighter it in upper snap... its pid is 3536 this time

okay but how we can kill this process? we dont know which program/service is using this port this time

so we gonna kill it using its PID

for that

we will use command

Code:
TaskKill /PID 3536 /F

NOTE: Your PID may be different..ter


SEE image

[Image: ORHR5hM.png]

the process is now terminated..
now start connecting TOR

[Image: YYXZeKg.png]
and It will work fine now


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06-24-2013, 04:19 PM #2
great bro Smiley1 ,......



06-24-2013, 05:05 PM #3
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nice bro
well TOR VERy VEry Slow Sadsmiley Thats why i leave using it Biggrinsmiley

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06-24-2013, 05:35 PM #4
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Nope bro Tor is not slow bro... may be your bandwidth ...... you can setup (limit ) your upload bandwidth in Tor Settings for fast download

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06-24-2013, 07:06 PM #5
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(06-24-2013, 05:35 PM)H4X10CK Wrote:  Nope bro Tor is not slow bro... may be your bandwidth ...... you can setup (limit ) your upload bandwidth in Tor Settings for fast download
Yea i will download Tor again Biggrinsmiley Biggrinsmiley .. Because These Days my VPN is Not opening Angrysmiley Angrysmiley

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06-24-2013, 09:19 PM #6
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haha okay bro...and no need to download whole tor browser bundle.. because Vidalia Bridge bundle is enough
and you can then configure it for your browsers too

Tor is using Sock5 connections..so you can add 127.0.0.1:9050 in your favorite browser connection configurations

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07-08-2013, 07:14 AM #7
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you forced to kill the process
thanks dude for sharing Smiley1

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LOL Tor is very very dangerous at the Exist node should the chances of evas dropping you real identity to web sites always use proxifier and TLS certificate ( modifie it by listeining and binding port like me wink ) and enjoy then to connect through tor circuit :meh: As Tor does not, and by design cannot, encrypt the traffic between an
exit node and the target server, any exit node is in a position to
capture any traffic passing through it which does not use end-to-end
encryption such as TLS.
While this may not inherently breach the anonymity of the source,
traffic intercepted in this way by self-selected third parties can
expose information about the source in either or both of payload and
protocol data Furthermore, Egerstad is circumspect about the possible subversion of Tor by intelligence agencies

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