VPN is connected but my normal IP ist public

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    FunThomas
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      i have installed wiresock-vpn-client-x64-1.2.36.1.msi and i am using WireSockUI-v0.1.13-AnyCPU.

      i have first connected the vpn and ui says active after connection to vpn started firefox and went to https://www.whatismyip.com/

      and it sees my public IP not my VPN IP

      How can this be possible?

      #13446
      FunThomas
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        found out that if my

        DisallowedApps = opera,MediathekView_Portable,terminal64,

        end with the comma it does not work as intended and all apps communicate not over VPN

        if i remove last comma then it works fine

        You feel secure but it is not

        • This reply was modified 2 months, 4 weeks ago by FunThomas.
        #13448
        Vadim Smirnov
        Keymaster

          That makes sense. The last comma inadvertently appends an empty string to the DisallowedApps list. This empty string acts as a wildcard, effectively matching every process on the machine and thereby excluding all of them from the VPN.

          #13449
          FunThomas
          Participant

            maybe you could fix this since anybody feels safe using a vpn and the gui shows anything is fine and connected and a comma contradicts all

            #13465
            Vadim Smirnov
            Keymaster

              I have addressed this issue in v1.2.37, could you please give it a try?

              #13467
              FunThomas
              Participant

                i have installed wiresock-vpn-client-x64-1.2.37.1.msi and it seems to work now

                big thanx!

                but to post this answer i had to disconnect since airvpn.org is blocked by your website 🙁

                • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by FunThomas.
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