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  1. Hi, I noticed tonight that my ISP is leaking in the webRTC section on ipleak.net, is this a known issue that's being worked on?
  2. When VPN connected from San Francisco area via Comcast ISP to Germany IPLeak.net in Chrome browser shows the following: IP WebRTC DNS Addr Det. US Germany I was surprised to see a US DNS address. With NSLookup showed as a non-existent domain trying to resolve with OpenDNS in my home NAT router. But I can ping that IP address. In the Chrome browser I am using the WebRTC Leak Prevent addon. I think WebRTC is ok since it only shows my IP address in Germany.
  3. Is this a misconfiguration issue? I observed via tcpdump on eth+, Noscript's ABE feature causing 10.x.x.x to contact the Air server ip on port 80 -- outside the tunnel. Then the Air external server replied outside tunnel -- port 80 -- to 10.x.x.x. This should not happen. Correct? This occurred during the usual back and forth to informaction.com and the OCSP response for Noscript's certificate. Additionally I have my firewall configured so that my local interface *only* connects to the modem/router and Air server ips. It's the AirVPN recommended firewall settings for linux. Anyone else experienced this?
  4. As soon as i used last version of Eddie, ​I got a heavy unwanted traffics come into my fresh windows VM. By tracing the mentioned traffic back, I found they are connected to the notorious and discredited big data seller companies. ​ ​Such as: ​Hosting Services Inc​Amanah Tech Inc​Leaseweb​Softlayer Technologies IncZAO Russian Telecommunicatoions Group​Deepak Mehta FIE​YesUp E-Commerce Solutions Incand tons of other third party companies. My question is why by using your VPN client I'll revived this much traffic on ICMP protocol, but by using OpenVPN in exact same server I won't get any? Are you selling/renting/trading our information? Will we a part of big botnet by using your client VPN version? ​ ​I (we) need a clear official answer. Privacy is matter.
  5. Hello, for reasons that i cannot identify my Network Lock is not working. When i disengage the VPN or the connection drops all of my applications are able to get through unfettered. I have attached my log to see if it can provide any help to you. I will also be submitting a support ticket. My Network and Sharing settings are the standard automatic for my wireless adapter and my Firewall was reset once when i could not connect without the VPN, so i am curious as to how i can fix this. Log.txt
  6. I'm running ubuntu server 15.10 and I set up a kill switch with airvpn using ufw. I'm concerned that I may have leaks that i'm unaware of, and i don't know how to check to see if I have them or how to avoid them without using a GUI. So how do i check to see if i have a leak without a GUI, and if I do indeed have a leak, how would I fix it? To be clear, I do not want to install a GUI on my ubuntu server just to check this. Thank you!
  7. So I just downloaded AirVPN yesterday and started exploring it today. I am very new to this vpn thing. I figured out port forwarding for qbittorrent, but I haven't tried to torrent yet. Anyway I used dnslinktest.com When I turn on the Network lock there are leaks, when I turn it off there are no leaks. Isn't the purpose of the network lock to prevent leaks?
  8. I m connected to Talitha and all DNS is going trough the VPN. I took a look at my windows firewall (which i enabled due to "network lock") and it shows a lot of these: date time action protocol src-ip dst-ip src-port dst-port size tcpflags tcpsyn tcpack tcpwin icmptype icmpcode info path 2015-06-29 11:33:34 DROP UDP 58683 3478 0 - - - - - - - SEND 2015-06-29 11:33:35 DROP UDP 58683 3478 0 - - - - - - - SEND 2015-06-29 11:33:37 DROP UDP 58683 3478 0 - - - - - - - SEND --> is an amazon IP After allowing this IP, my IP get leaked by webrtc. (tested on https://ipleak.net/) Can anyone explain this behaviour?
  9. Hi, I guess my real IP is leaked. I am in the Netherlands and I want to use a German VPN. When I check my IP all seems fine. But all the ads and google+1 is in Dutch!? (See attached image.) ipleaks.net and dnsleaktest.com don't show that leak. I use OpenVPN and update-resolv-conf and I also added following line to the ovpn (for which I used the generator): script-security 2 up /etc/openvpn/update-resolv-conf down /etc/openvpn/update-resolv-conf I deleted all cookies, cache, and flashcookies. How does google for example know my real location?
  10. Hi, I want to set up comodo to prevent dns & ip leaks. I have found this tutorial on a vpn review website. But it's dated. How can I set up comodo just as in this tutorial for the new version of comodo? https://www.bestvpn.com/blog/10218/build-your-own-vpn-kill-switch-in-windows-comodo/ Thank you.
  11. I connect to AirVPN using the network-manager applet on Fedora 20 x64. I have a couple of ports forwarded, which are manually allowed in Fedora's firewall and entered into qBittorrent (latest v3.1.9-2). I have just noticed that while the connection never leaks DNS when used normally, as soon as qBittorrent is running my DNS leaks almost every time I test. Here is what happens once qBittorrent is open: Once qBittorrent is closed, the leaks stop. Does anyone have any ideas? As far as I knew DNS leaks were basically a Windows problem. Currently qBittorrent is set to use the tun0 interface only, and my network-manager settings are as follows: Ethernet: Connect automatically, IPv4 only, connect to AirVPN as soon as interface is up. AirVPN: Port 443 over UDP, no special settings after importing config files from Air's generator. The whole machine connects through an IPFire (Linux hardware firewall/router distro) box. Can anyone help shed some light on this please? Thanks in advance.
  12. Hey I got a problem. When i connect to a vpn server, it says connected. but im still using my ISP IP instead of the IP of the VPN Server... How do i fix this? These are my machine details: Operating System Version: Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Hardware information: HP ProLiant ML110 G6 Processors: Intel® Xeon® CPU X3430 @2.40GHz Installed Memory (RAM): 24GB Installed Roles: AD DSDHCPDNSFile and Storage ServicesHyper-VIIS 8.0IPAMNAPRemote AccessWDSLog: http://pastebin.com/43UnP5Ci SOLVED: This message is the answer!: Awesome StaffAdvanced Member Staff5013 postsPosted Yesterday, 11:40 PM Hello! The tun/tap interface (the virtual network card used by OpenVPN) does not come up. Please try to run our client Eddie, which includes some additional code which tries to force the interface up. If the client attempt does not work, please follow all the steps described here: https://airvpn.org/t...2012/#entry8321 Kind regards
  13. Hi guys, I set up Comodo Firewall in the way you descriped it on this tutorial https://airvpn.org/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=3&id=3405&Itemid=142 I did everything correctly (I think so) but I'm still leaking DNS. When I access AirVPN homepage via VPNClient it says at the bottom "not connected" Any ideas how to fix this?? I can see my own IP address
  14. Hi there, I have some questions regarding security/anonymity issues for only one pc. Not all people have 2 PCs in their home where they could split up like one for all non-VPN tasks and the other one strictly for VPN tasks. Some of them have their VPN always on, also for real-life identity tasks (let's call these non-VPN tasks) like banking, shopping, ... Just because they don't want their traffic to be sniffed by ISP or others, so this is just to protect their data usage, not their identities because they give it to the bank, amazon etc, when logging in to their website and doing bank transfers, buy books... So what about the security then if they need the VPN for "real VPN tasks" (let's call these VPN tasks), whatever that might be depends of course. Remember we have only one PC. So would it be a solution to work with a dedicated country or just some dedicated (VPN-)servers of a country for all non-VPN tasks and to take servers from other countries for VPN tasks. On top of that the VPN servers for VPN-tasks will be used with another browser-profile to avoid exact fingerprinting. Also there is always a complete setup comodo-firewall running which only let's traffic through the VPN to the outside. The DNS of the network interface will always be static and pointing to the VPN-DNS. So in fact there is no traffic possible without being connected to the VPN. Which security issues can come up like that? I think most people with one PC will do it that way that they use no VPN for non-VPN tasks and VPN only for VPN tasks. This is of course quite different but the same questions come up. Of course care is taken to not mix identities, eg to not login to your bank account if you are not in the non-VPN servers using the non-VPN browser profile.
  15. How do you configure the firewall (I'm wondering about both Comodo (Windows) and GUFW (Linux)) when using Air VPN over TOR? Or, are the firewall settings to prevent leaks the same as if I were just using Air VPN? Assuming I was fine with my ISP seeing that I'm using TOR, is there any reason to choose TOR over VPN instead of VPN over TOR? I read the TOR page on this site, but I just want to be sure there aren't cases in which I shouldn't choose VPN over TOR. I've heard some people talk about wanting to hide from their ISP the fact that they are using TOR. Why is this? Do some ISPs not tolerate their customers using TOR?
  16. I'll cut right to the chase. AirVpn Doesn't seem to be showing accurate data transfer rates / totals when I use it while playing the MMORPG video game Final Fantasy XIV. Comodo shows it being connected to the tunnel properly, and I also have setup Comodo to immediatly shut down all net traffic in case of disconnection from Airvpn, thus, I can only assume FFXIV is indeed being tunneled properly. The reason I can say for certain that the rates are off, is because they show 0kb-2kb per second, despite the fact my in-game monitor shows sometimes ( usually) over 1.5mbps. So... uhh... What Gives? Is this indicative of a leak? Or is there more at play here than I can see?
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