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Getting notices despite VPN

Hi all,

I have a setup with Sonarr, Radarr, Plex, Requestrr, Jackett and qBittorrent, getting movies and TV.

I have a split tunnel on my VPN and the only thing that is using the VPN is qBittorent. (Yes, public trackers, give me a break).

I’m starting to get copyright letters.

How are they getting my IP? Do sonarr and radarr need to be on the VPN as well?

I’ve been running this for a while, but recently had to format and reinstall this box and that’s when the letters started, so I might be doing something slightly differently than I was before. The thing I’m most unsure of is what went through the VPN and what didn’t.

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  1. Use ProtonVPN (don’t do split tunneling if you don’t knwo how properly use it). There is an obvious breach in shield thats why they’re sending letters

  2. I have a seedbox but began using Kodi again and discovered Real-Debrid. Is this as secure as using a seedbox for downloading? Also how secure is it for just streaming through Kodi? I have a vpn as well and it works fine with RD burn I’ve read it’s not necessary.

    Also I’m in the US if that matters. I’ve read that they aren’t really going after people for downloading anymore only uploading or obviously selling.

  3. Just set a socks5 proxy to run in qBittorrent directly & avoid split-tunnelling all together.

  4. “*The thing I’m most unsure of is what went through the VPN and what didn’t.*”

    This was me until I setup qBittorrent in a docker with a VPN. No split tunneling required and the docker only runs if the VPN is successful. Made it super easy to share my Plex server without worry about navigating around the VPN when it was at a system level.

  5. > Do sonarr and radarr need to be on the VPN as well?

    No. All they’ll do is retrieve the .torrent file from the tracker and pass it to the torrent client. The torrent client is the only application that’s in the swarm, so only it needs to be behind a VPN.

    Your setup is wrong if you’re getting caught while using a VPN.

  6. Definitely have a leak somewhere. Personally I don’t like split tunneling as I’ve had it bug out and leak my ip. I got a dmca notice when that happened.

    One thing I will say is if you are doing split tunneling you need to set QB to only the vpn adapter.

    If you don’t do split tunneling you don’t have to worry about the vpn adapter setting.

  7. In QB, did you set the network interface to the VPN?

  8. obviously a configuration issue. your ip must be leaking. maybe the split tunneling is busted, who knows.

    anyway – double-check at ipleak.net and be sure to bind the qbittorrent client to the vpn’s adapter.

  9. get a shared 300 gig seedbox at seedbox.io
    then use encrypted filezilla to ftp up/down to home.
    set up RUtracker as (plus others you are a member of) never get another notice.
    Some copyright hounds assume any VPN is stealing and have no data. Only if they identify what you actually downloaded should you worry.