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  1. I've read a few posts on this forums about TLS support under Windows XP and i've just stumbled upon Stunnel, which is a proxy designed to add TLS encryption functionality to existing clients and servers. I don't know if this can solve the TLS issue under XP, but here you go to learn more about Stunnel. And here is the latest version (5.49) for Windows XP (32 bits).
  2. Used uTorrent for many years, with free proxies from HideMyAss or other sources. (I always check the free proxy IPs first to be sure they show as proxies and will connect on to https websites.) uTorrent was always a bit slow to start a download but would get up to speed once a download finally started. (uTorrent will speed up when "Peer Exchange" finally shows many seeds.) All downloads and uploads are always encrypted (the E flag always shows in the Peers list). Well, not this weekend. Have the torrents and good tracker lists with many trackers "working" for each torrent and showing
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