I use v22.214.171.124, Windows 7 HP.
When I go to disconnect the Windows Widget, it stalls. It keeps on trying to access "126.96.36.199", which is CS-North DNS. This occurs on any of the exit nodes. I have to kill the widget via Task Manager to shut it down. If I enter the above address in firewall rules (I have a rule-set for every exit node), then it works.
But, why would I need to allow a CS-North DNS if I specifically use the DNS for the exit node I am using? eg: When on CS-South, I use CS-South DNS via widget and select firewall rules for CS-South.
I check my status on Whoer from time to time, and didn't notice anything concerning. I used to get 100% all the time, until recently. I ran it today, and I noticed in the OPEN PORTS section, it says I have some open...
Open ports - 80, 1723, 3128, 8080
I am wondering, is this on client side or server side?