The connection seems to work fine when attempting to access servers via SSH or traceroute. Region locked video streams in JP or DE work fine. However, when trying to access Google sites, they’re able to bypass the VPN entirely, detecting my location, and loading instantly. DNS queries go through my default NIC, rather than the ones set in the TAP interface by VyprVPN. The default route (0.0.0.0/0) goes to my NIC as well, whereas only 0.0.0.0/1 goes through the VPN.
For the purpose of testing, I selected exit points that offer high latency. That way, if something is fast, I know it’s not going through the VPN. I am using Windows 10, with a fresh install of Firefox, along with noscript and ublock origin. I had read the advice about RTC, and changed that flag in Firefox as well. I have VyprVPN version 184.108.40.20617 installed. I had rebooted after installing it. Other than the exit point choice, all settings are default. My antivirus is Kaspersky and firewall is Comodo. Both were disabled during testing.
Would anyone have any advice to help diagnose what’s going wrong?