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I just got proxy service up and running on utorrent without issue. I wanted to encrypt with SSH tunneling. How do I set this up? The guide listed required to go through firefox, but I just want to set up proxy in utorrent along with ssh tunneling?

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So I tried using putty. I followed guide that said to use US ssh server which I got off this website. I created port of 12345. When I try an connect the username works but it keeps giving me access denied when I put in password. I know password is correct.

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Hello, in putty you have to do the following..

 

Under Connection / SSH the "Don't start a shell or command at all" checkbox needs to be checked. After that the putty doesn't want to open a terminal session and can be used for port forwarding.

 

Regards

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The original member said he got an ssh ip on the torguard website to use with putty for an encrypted tunnel. Can you tell me where on the website this could be found. I'd like to try this as well. Thanks.

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The original member said he got an ssh ip on the torguard website to use with putty for an encrypted tunnel. Can you tell me where on the website this could be found. I'd like to try this as well. Thanks.

 

SSH Dashboard: https://torguard.net/tgconf.php?action=vpn-ssh

How-To-SSH Guide: https://torguard.net/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=116

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So I'm trying to set this up for Chrome (57.0.2987.133) & Windows 10 with Bitvise 7.29.

 

When i try to connect, I keep getting:

"Authentication failed. Remaining authentication methods: 'publickey,password'."

Any ideas?

 

The username and password i'm using is my TorGuard username and password and have several active connections using it. I've triple checked it has been entered correctly - even go so far as to type it in notepad and copy it across.

 

It doesn't appear to be a separate service anymore (unless i've missed something and therefore don't have access to it?) and I've enabled it in the SSH Dashboard.

 

I also have questions around how to do the final part in Chrome as well, but 1 step at a time i guess.

 

Does anyone know if there are any plans to update this guide? I notice it was written in 2013 and is noticeably out of date now.

 

Regards

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