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Container based on polkaned/expressvpn version. This is my attempt mostly to learn more about docker. ExpressVPN version: expressvpn_220.127.116.11-1_amd64.deb Currently set to use lightway_udp protocol with chacha20 cipher.
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I am attempting to write
Dockerfile instructions to use
yum and install a few packages. When I run my build command, I will always get an error...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 14:24
Docker overrides the
resolve.conf file so it matches the virtual network it is setting up. You may have an atypical network setup for your container that is screwing up Docker. There are two ways to automate the fix you came up with above:
--dnsoption in the command line should tell Docker how to properly create the resolve file how you want it.
- You can overwrite the resolve file at start.
You can also try to figure out why Docker is getting screwed up, but that is a potentially much more complicated problem.
I am looking at how to make OpenVPN client work on a pod's container, I explain what I do, but you can skip all my explanation and offer your solution directly, I don't care replacing all the below with your steps if it works, I want to make my container to use a VPN (ExpressVPN for example) in a way that both external and internal networking works.
I have a docker image that is an OpenVPN Client, it works find with the command:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-24 at 18:42
Here is a minimal example of a pod with OpenVPN client. I used kylemanna/openvpn as a server and to generate a basic client config. I only added two routes to the generated config to make it working. See below:
It has been discussed many times on Stackoverflow that by default WebRTC technology leaks your real IP even if your using a proxy to browse the web. What I haven't seen discussed is whether this requires the end user to click a button to enable this kind of leak or whether the leak occurs regardless of any action taken by the user.
For example, when you go to Express VPN they require you press a button to test for WebRTC leak. My question is - is this done for privacy reasons or somehow the button activates WebRTC tech so it can leak your IP?
In other words, assuming you never need to use WebRTC tech (just browser a blog or eCommerce shop) and all you do is click a few links - can a website still detect your real IP through WebRTC?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 18:59
Yes, a browser can detect your public IP address using WebRTC.
No, the leak is not reliant on your button interaction.
Recently, I found an unpatched github repo webrtc-ip, which can leak a user's public IP address using WebRTC. This is powerful because you cannot trace it, as nothing is shown in the Networks tab.
Sadly, this leak does not work for private IPs, due to the gradual shift to mDNS (at least for WebRTC), which is described completely in this great blog. Anyways,a here's a working demo:
I am not sure if this leaks your true IP address even if you are using a proxy, but feel free to test it out.
Recently I created a Telegram-bot which the bot works fine at the beginning. Then after several period of time (say few hours), the bot start to throw the below exception which I really don't understand:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-16 at 06:05
After several back & forth testing, I can resolve the mentioned issue by inputting timeout parameters like below
I have the following bit of code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-10 at 19:33
I started looking into this and noted that proxies are set using WebDriver capabilities and proxy configurations in the
I used proxy information for these sources from testing.
Free proxy lists:
Please let me point that using free proxy IP addresses can be highly problematic. These type of proxies are notorious for having connections issues, such as timeouts related to latency. Plus these sites can also be intermittent, which means that they can go down at anytime. And sometimes these sites are being abused, so they can get blocked.
The code below uses
Came back to VS Code after a while and I'm met with the following error in Log(Main):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-16 at 10:40
Well I feel like a fool.. Turns out I didn't completely shutdown Kaspersky..
Hope you're well.
I am facing a little problem when trying to set-up my chrome webdriver. I am trying to change the parameters of the webdriver to rotate the User Agent & the IP (I use it for scrapping purpose & don't want to get spot with the same IP & UA).
When I pass the UA argument, everything works well. But when I add the IP argument, it systematically fails for some reasons that I can't identify. I always receive the following error...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-05 at 14:37
Below is the correct way to add proxy in chrome ,
I have a docker container that has a healthcheck running every 1 min. I read that appending "|| kill 1" to the healthcheck in dockerfile can stop the container after healthcheck fails, but it does not seem to be working for me and I cannot find an example that works.
Does anybody know how I can stop the container after marked as unhealthy? I currently have this in my dockerfile:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-03 at 05:50
Try Changing from
I am facing the below issue -
Environment Chrome version - Version 86.0.4240.75 (Official Build) (64-bit) chrome driver - ChromeDriver 86.0.4240.22 (downloaded from https://chromedriver.chromium.org/downloads) python 3.6.6 32 bit selenium - 3.141.0 ExpressVPN connected Windows 10 Pro 64 bit system
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-16 at 20:17
Try this, I have the same issue with surfshark but this fixed.
webdriver_manager using pip.
with webdriver_manager there is no need to download chromedriver it automatically detects your chrome version.
I have created a VM on Azure using the OpenVPN image from the Azure Marketplace and intend to use it as my VPN instead of my current VPN; ExpressVPN.
I know that ExpressVPN has a no logs policy.
I am wondering if somewhere in Azure a log of sites I visit using my new VPN would/could be kept?
Googling for the answer has led me nowhere....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-03 at 07:18
Whatever you are doing inside a VM - and running some OpenVPN server certainly falls under that - is totally up to you. That also means that any logging you would like to do, is totally up to you to implement.
That said: Since you are using some Marketplace image (and I assume that is not one provided by Microsoft), you should check what exactly the image contains and does (this generally applies when using any Marketplace image). However, even if there would be some logging prepared in that VM, without you specifying a connection to something like Azure Monitor, the answer to your question is: No, Azure does not store data like that.
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