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Showing content with the highest reputation since 04/13/2021 in Posts

  1. I've sent log and more screenshots. Hope it helps
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  2. Thanks, we will check this out and see if we can reproduce - are you able to provide a debug log to [email protected]? Thanks
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  3. I have a dedicated IP and works great with all sites (accept for of course paypal which worked well with express ,nord,vypr, to mention a few I am quitting paypal for other reasons) nonetheless paypal was the only site I wasn't able to manipulate. I have yelp mess with me too but like any other site if I use the dedicated IP or use another dns or turn off stealth proxy or use another IP of course noting what I do if I want to access yelp I like torguard their firewall works good on my mac to keep misbehaving apps from phoning home and leaking information and I can't say that about an
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  4. Putting the www. in front as suggested above is required* as it doesn't seem to load properly without it. Each Server Location has Multiple IP's so when you connect to a location say > ( Seattle USA ) it assigns you randomly one of the server IP addresses for that location... so if you connect to seattle and then disconnect and reconnect to seattle again you will likely get assigned a different IP address for that location. I tried multiple seattle IP's and none seemed to work for me but i tried , San Francisco USA and it worked fine... so your best bet is to try different Locations an
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  5. I personally have my own DNS blocklist and only use that. But according to a reply from @Support they use some well known blocklists and their custom list to compile the domain block list: If you are facing issues only with Ad Blocking DNS, I would recommend you open a support ticket and discuss it with them. Make sure to mention the apps/services/websites that are not working. And in the meantime, just use a different DNS. In case you want to block ads, try using AdGuard's DNS: Default (blocks ads, tracking domains) : 94.140.14.14 94.140.15.15 Family Protection (blocks Def
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  6. This will be resolved in the next build. Thanks
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