I decided to give WARP a try and their 126.96.36.199 service is legit. Their WARP protected me from snoopers but why do they not hide your original IP, If it doesn't hide your IP from sites then what was the whole point of making WARP right? I got caught today and got my original IP banned. I did some test, some sites still expose my original IP, and yes I know it is only for private DNS, I'm talking about WARP.
At this point in time, it is not yet clear to which extent we Legacy-system Owners are to be left far behind from you all “vanguard of Millenials” on WARP early-adoption over this (still alive) ocean of junk-yard DESKTOP that we so dearly love.
Could please anyone out there confirm for me whether or not a new installation of Cloudflare's-Warp would still run seamlessly and smoothly enough through a Pentium/Vista64 environment?
It would be nice to feel the reassurance of “belonging” to the Community and receive the peace of mind you all savvy Youngsters could provide us with such kind assistance. Which I most wholeheartedly thank in advance.
Sadly it has some problems:
1) Doesn't work every time
2) Routes via other countries(while choosing current country would result in better route).
3) Speed at warp+ is between bad and okay(30-160mbit out of a gigabit connection).
4) Does not allow to remove exception for YouTube.
5) Uses user space implementation of WireGuard(BoringTun) which limits theoretical speed.
6) Has no documented way of choosing a server manually.
7) Checks Google subscription before starting every time which makes it problematic in counties/regions under USA pressure which they call sanctions.
9.9 / 10
8.9 / 10