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  1. I have a little feature suggestion. I think it would be awesome if AirVPN had a DNS based adblock similar to other VPN services. It would make a world of a difference browsing the web, especially on mobile devices where ad blocking is a little more difficult. Obviously, it should be an optional feature in case people don't like the adblock system. I realize that with the eddie client you can set a custom DNS address, but I would feel more comfortable using a DNS service from AirVPN themselves. For ad blocking host lists, I recommend either StevenBlack hosts or easylist with easyprivacy since these are both open source and what most other VPNs with ad blocking use for hosts.
  2. Block you geographic location in Chrome. A work around for the Block WebRTC. If you download the plug in uBlock Orgin. Use uBlock ORGIN not uBlock without the Orgin after it. There is an option in the options that says "Prevent WebRTC from leaking local IP address" click the circle next to it.
  3. I've spent the last hour trying to find out why I don't have any problem connecting to AirVPN but still have a red "Not connected" warning on all pages. Turns out that I had a privoxy adblock proxy installed and actively used on my computer. So while the vpn connection worked well it wasn't actually used because all traffic was routed through the proxy and not through the tunnel. Hope this helps someone because the forums and the internet didn't solve this problem.
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