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Questions about how to obfuscate Soulseek or SoulseekQT traffic?

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deungons&dargonslvl4Pladin

Does anyone use this software and have any insight at all? I don't use it often but it's my preferred method if I have to find something old or rare to listen to. Will just having a normal torguard vpn running protect privacy or does the client itself leak our information? Is there a process to setting up vpn, soulseekqt, or both to keep our data safe? 

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Been a good few years since I last used slsk! However Soulseek shouldn't do anything a torrent client wouldn't do, so if you're VPNing your entire connection I imagine you'll be fine. If you have slsk open across a reconnect, it may advertise your ISP IP if you initially connect during that time, but if you enable the connectivity lockdown / kill switch when disconnected from VPN, you should be fine.

Run CurPorts or NetworkTrafficView from Nirsoft.net and see what it's connecting out on to both UDP and TCP, and what interfaces it's binding to. Disable IPv6 if required, that should be it.

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