Can someone tell me the reason for the usage of slashes in ip addresses?
For instance: 188.8.131.52/4
That specifies a CIDR range... a range of IP addresses. It's a way of entering a large range of IP addresses in a very short format.
Ok, I dove deep on the problem, and figured out that AFWall+ must not like the iptables for this system (Android Nougat 7.0.04.13, rooted with TWRP as bootloader and Magisk as root).
I uninstalled AFWall+ and started fresh.
On your github wiki, it states:
The following iptables chains can be used to add custom rules:
afwall - This is the main AFWall+ chain. All OUTPUT packets will pass through it. It is therefore the >perfect place if you want to add rules that app...
Here I'm and the promised screenshots are attached. A few explanations:
" root - Apps running as root" has been granted permissions because I've disabled "DNS via netd".
If I understand correctly, using netd for DNS resolution isn't seen...
EdXposed passes SafetyNet ... so that is no topic at all!
So there is no need to disable XPrivacyLua ...
I'm on Android 7.0.04.13, so EdXposed likely won't work. I'm thinking of trying LineageOS. My digging through the phone and logging ...