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  1. This is an informational post I thought I had problems but the VPN is inserting IPV6 stuff which ipleak is reporting as default, ISSUE 1 (1) Firstly I Seemed to be unable to permanently disable IPV6 Firefox 95.0.2 64 bit (windoze 8.1/64bit) I hit network.dns.disableIPv6 false and true (required value) same result in ipleak "browser default ipv6" not IPv4 use showing each time! Closed cleared history and restarted browser after each change However, I soon discovered that my VPN (identitycloaker.com) is reporting my browser as default IPV6, not IPV4 shown, a IPV6 address is shown, I did this by switching off the VPN and this is shown in the Pics The browser is now correctly reported and no IPV6 is shown. (1) Network card properties only IPV4 is on! ISSUE 2 (2) I noticed but cannot prove that media.peerconnection status was changed behind my back and that resulted in my ISP DNS showing up (3) I do use and (google DNS) which for me is singapore I don’t want my mediapeerconnection restored to using an ISP intercepting capable dns without my knowledge maybe during an update??, (4) I've now switched off auto update and I’m watching more closely when I start a session. Thanks for ipleak.net its a "MUST HAVE"
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