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Difference between using Stealth Port(4443) vs. "Enable Stealth" option

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This is what I'm referring to. I'm wondering the difference between opting to use the 4443 Stealth Port to mask your VPN traffic as HTTPs traffic and choosing the "Enable Stealth" and choosing a Stealth port. Is the latter an antiquated feature that hasn't been removed from the UI yet? When I have "Enable Stealth" enabled, when my VPN connects, it then immediately disconnects and rinse and repeats endless. So I am unable to remain connected with the "Enable Stealth" option on.

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Hi Cytane! 

 

I too have the same issue regardless. 

 

I think Stealth implies a special server which is hosted primarily for users who can not connect to "known" VPN servers. 

 

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https://torguard.net/blog/how-to-use-torguards-stealth-vpn-service/

 

It doesn't say "Stealth" however they suggest it's an additional layer of security. Maybe TLS? 

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23 hours ago, BukkakeBlaster said:

Hi Cytane! 

 

I too have the same issue regardless. 

 

I think Stealth implies a special server which is hosted primarily for users who can not connect to "known" VPN servers. 

 

Edit:

 

https://torguard.net/blog/how-to-use-torguards-stealth-vpn-service/

 

It doesn't say "Stealth" however they suggest it's an additional layer of security. Maybe TLS? 

Ahh I see, good to know it's not just me then. Sounds like something I don't have to worry about then.

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