Support SSL on alternative ports, such as 80
Several ISPs traffic shape based on port rather than packet inspection, which makes using SSL ineffective against slow speeds.
If you could support ports that are normally used by other protocols such as HTTP (80), SMTP(25), FTP data/command (20/21) and so on, it would allow people to bypass throttling.
It’s now possible to use the following ports:
SSL: 443 and 563
Non-SSl: 23, 80. 119. 1818 and 8080
add more SSL ports
have BTA auto switch ports between all usable ports on different connections
....vary ports on each connection....