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12 minutes ago, petzl said:

1. Check how much info it leaks https://ipleak.net
2. Disabling  IPv6 

Hey Petzl,

1. Do you mean G🦗H or everybody if they use a browser inbuilt VPN?

2. Disabling  IPv6 - yes for xp & anything prehistoric, otherwise disabling W/IPv6 results in connection issues.

I'm not a big fan of VPNs, installed or browser, but, they're useful for testing, doing remote in actual locations and of course save a bucket load of 💰when G🦗H yearns for a 🌍😎 and no ✈️lag.

😉🦗🙏

 

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21 minutes ago, MIG said:

Hey Petzl,

1. Do you mean G🦗H or everybody if they use a browser inbuilt VPN?

2. Disabling  IPv6 - yes for xp & anything prehistoric, otherwise disabling W/IPv6 results in connection issues.

I'm not a big fan of VPNs, installed or browser, but, they're useful for testing, doing remote in actual locations and of course save a bucket load of 💰when G🦗H yearns for a 🌍😎 and no ✈️lag.

😉🦗🙏

 

1. Everybody shows what those that look at connected IP's  can see
2 WIN10 64 bit had it disabled for years so far no issues

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Posted (edited)
27 minutes ago, petzl said:

1. Everybody
2 WIN10 64 bit had it disabled for years so far no issues

1. Cool

2. I'm not disagreeing, just "discussing" industry advice.

(your ref) https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/do-i-need-disable-ipv6-traffic-on-my-windows-computer - Kaneesha D. 2019-05-08 -The latest client (v1.0 and up) enables IPv6 leak protection automatically and does not need to be disabled.

3. 🦗 specifically, doesn't use an LAC.

Cheers!

🦗🙏

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1 hour ago, MIG said:

1. Cool

2. I'm not disagreeing, just "discussing" industry advice.

(your ref) https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/helpdesk/kb/articles/do-i-need-disable-ipv6-traffic-on-my-windows-computer - Kaneesha D. 2019-05-08 -The latest client (v1.0 and up) enables IPv6 leak protection automatically and does not need to be disabled.

3. 🦗 specifically, doesn't use an LAC.

Cheers!

🦗🙏

Would take a minute to enable

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9 minutes ago, petzl said:

Would take a minute to enable

Can't enable what doesn't exist. If it did, why, it's not used?

Cheers!

🦗🙏

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1 minute ago, MIG said:

Can't enable what doesn't exist. If it did, why, it's not used?

Cheers!

🦗🙏

To disable or enable IPV6 just requires checking or un-checking a box
just enabled it now and my Ipv6  stands out clear sisabled it again, I use PIA

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4 minutes ago, petzl said:

To disable or enable IPV6 just requires checking or un-checking

I don't have an Local Area Connection.

If I did I would disable it. 

😵

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, MIG said:

I don't have an Local Area Connection.

If I did I would disable it. 

😵


My computer all 3 are Win10
mine came up with IPV6  when enabled
2001:8003:c109:ee01:d058:e4d1:68c0:316c

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, petzl said:

3 computer x Win10
mine came up with IPV6  when enabled

No LAC Petzl, 'aint got it, don't want it....

no lac.jpg

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12 minutes ago, MIG said:

No LAC Petzl, 'aint got it, don't want it....

So what did the leak check tell you?
Also right click with mouse your WiFi and select properties that is where IPv6 is turned on or off

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Posted (edited)
29 minutes ago, petzl said:

WiFi/IPv6

 is unselected & always has been.

🦗

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Keep in mind that Amazon owns 65% of the server resources on the entire internet.  You cannot do anything on the internet hardly without being impacted by Amazon.   A recent book tells of the author who attempted to completely block Amazon, Google and Apple from the "connected" world and could not do it. (Recent show on public TV)

However, yes, I do believe it helps to report it.   It helps even more to make memes of the logistics and tweet them @amazon #amazoncybercrime

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