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Possible IPv6 Address Leak?

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Possible IPv6 Address Leak?

Postby parityboy » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:57 pm

Connectable:
? 46.165.222.246 [X] [check]
? FE80%3A%3AA00%3 [X]


The above is taken from a private torrent tracker site using the Gazelle/Ocelot software. The top IPv4 address is for the Frankfurt exit node. The lower one is likely the Iceland one, since those are the two I alternate between. If I click on the "X" I get an error saying there is no record of that address (the IPv6 one).

Is the IPv6 address of the exit node leaking?

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