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  1. Hi, I've tried a few different instructions for disabling IPv6 in older versions of Fedora or Linux generally, and I have had no success. Is anyone else having problems with IPv6 leaks in Fedora, even after attempting to disable IPv6? Does anyone have any suggestions for solving this issue? Thank you
  2. I already searched the forums and couldn't find anything directly addressing this. I'm just wondering if IPv6 should be disabled after reading some articles on it. It's definitely a security risk to some VPN users, but I'm wondering if it is an issue for Air VPN users that have set up firewalls to prevent DNS leaks (as detailed in the guides here), and test fine on sites like ipleak.net. It sounds like OpenVPN might not be susceptible to this risk even if IPv6 is still enabled, but I'm not sure.
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