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I am taking the liberty to reply to two messages...
1.) - If each app originates traffic, why can't NetGuard tell them apart? Something is hiding the individuality of the apps from NetGuard preventing NetGuard from telling them apart.
I will assume this is an issue with Android and move on.
2.) - This is a TCP packet and yes, it is blocked in it's app. The URL is listed in no other app. The URL is known and I'm not alarmed with this instance. My concern is that an app that is troublesome may also do this.
Hard question, how does a TCP connection pass through a total lock-down WITHOUT a PID associated with it?
If it works with a mobile data connection and not with WiFi, this is what I understood, the problem is that the app doesn't determine the connection type correctly. Basically, this is caused by a bug in Android. In FairEmail there is a complex workaround for this.
Phone permissions are still required to query the phone/SIM country, which is needed to check for RLAH.
Are you aware of any bug reports that have been reported to AOSP in regards to the issue? It is a significant bug
it looks like it's been said to be fixed before
Only the app currently "owning" the Android VPN service can monitor the VPN state.
About being okay, please see this FAQ:
An update on that, most likely back then Seamless VPN handover on reload was also enabled but for sure I tried to test it recently and it was enabled but still the same thing happen, I'm getting notifications from the blocked app. If it uses google play services as it is mentioned elsewhere does the app server gets notified that the messages are delivered? Because as I mentioned previous time when I got the notification I was shown to be online at that moment. Also I'm not sure if it's accurate or explained differntly but from my settings I can see about a douzen of blocked apps to have a small amount of data traffic. If it's accurate, from how the app with most traffic (about 3MB) works I assume the leak is happening when screen is turned on regardless of the VPN handover setting
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