Something seems to be wrong. I don't think, the Irobot app really contacted tinder and stocard:
I'm thankfully using NetGuard (Pro) since quite a while on multiple devices. Great work, much appreciated!
Just recently, I started setting up my private VPN infrastructure and would love to onboard my (non-root) Android 9 running NetGuard as well.
I understand, I need to daisy-chain a SOCKS5 proxy to couple NetGuard firewalling my apps with a secure tunnel.
To create a secure SOCKS tunnel between localhost <=> <sshserver>, I employ Termux with the openssh (not dropbear) package like so:
$> ssh -f -N -D 1080 <user>@<sshserver>
Termux is of course whitelisted in NetGuard. However, when enabling the SOCKS Proxy in NetGuard, TCP connection can't be established any more and previously established ones are being reset, regardless of whether the tunnel has been set up before. ICMP does continue to work as NetGuard only tunnels TCP.
It appears as if I am creating a dead loop here and NetGuard attempts to funnel the SSH / socks traffic through the SSH tunnel itself.
If I were to create the socks tunnel on a remote endpoint, this would presumably work, but would lack the security of a tunnel if I am not mistaken.
NetGuard Version: 2.276 (Github APK)
What am I missing here?
Keep up the good work!
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