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Online Armor is capable of allowing or deny Internet access on a per-application basis.

As for ports, that depends on what port you set µTorrent to use. µTorrent uses a random port for its BitTorrent connection, which you should be able to find in µTorrent's connection options.

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OA may block inbound traffic on the port that µTorrent is listening to, in which case you would need to open that port in OA. I think port settings are only available when OA is in Advanced Mode. Let me know if you have trouble with it, and I will whip up some instructions.

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