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I need to set up a private Tor Bridge on Port 80 to bypass censored connections. How do I go through this process on windows?

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  • You better use port 443 for ORPort, 80 for DirPort and - if you need a bridge - use port 443 with Obfs3/4 transport for bridge port and 1080 for ORPort. Use tor.exe with -f /path/to/config/file flag to run it as a service for your bridge. need further help?
    – Alexey Vesnin
    Sep 19, 2016 at 18:10

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First you need to download Tor Browser and install it. Once the installation is complete, launch the Tor Browser you will be presented with a window as shown below. Click the second button that says "Configure".

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In the next screen slick "yes" and then "Next"

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In the following windows, the default configurations should work in most cases, so keep clicking "next" (or change settings as per your wish - especially the one about the local proxy).

Sometimes you will have to wait until a connection is made.

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  • I meant to host a relay for my own use away from home.
    – dprk256
    Jan 23, 2016 at 14:43

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