Yea, that's what is weird. It LOOKS like it's blocking stuff and I think it is blocking SOME, just not 100%.Hi! Thanks for sending the log!
Filed a bug report on this:
What's interesting, in the log file I see that ad requests are actually blocked, I wonder why do you still see ads. Let's wait a bit for @stillness to take a look at the log file.
We might need to try some experimental builds to figure out what's wrong. Do you have some free time to try the beta version?
I use wifi when at home but it occurs on LTE also. I am using Windscribe VPN too. I will say that I have tried with windscribe turned off and it is the same results
Edit2: Well sorry, I don't know what's going on. I turned windscribe back on and everything is being blocked again without Adguard DNS turned on.....did you guys change something in the background and are now just messing with me?! LolI use wifi when at home but it occurs on LTE also. I am using Windscribe VPN too. I will say that I have tried with windscribe turned off and it is the same results
Edit: Ok so I lied. I just tried again and disabled Windscribe, then disabled Adguard vpn. It seems to be blocking ads now with system-wide. Is it possible windscribe is hijacking some of my dns requests? Anything that can be done about it?
Not specifically. Mine stops working when I connect to wifi (I think). Must be something to do when both VPNs establish their connection again that my actual VPN is taking precedence with the dns or something ¯\_(ツ)_/¯Do you have the same problem as me? Where ads just stop being blocked randomly?
So more of what I found. When connecting to Adguard and then windscribe DNS traffic is not sent through Windscribe at all it seems. Which I think is why it is blocking ads. But it is leaking all of my DNS traffic to my ISP. It is my thinking that it should run like this: Adguard gets DNS requests, blocks bad ones, sends the rest through to the other VPN.