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You have a bug in your kernel extension unloading, which may easily result in a kernel panic. I suppose issue #112 may be relevant, but it is more about frozen connections than the panic itself.
After rebooting the router I was unable to use any browser to load both http and https content, they simply endlessly tried to load the page. Tested in Firefox (57.0.4) and Safari (11.0.2). At the same time ping, nslookup, traceroute, vpn, and non-browser applications worked just fine, so it was soon discovered that it is an AdGuard issue.
For this reason I unloaded AdGuard and loaded it back. Afterwards I was able to browse the internet for a brief moment until I got a kernel panic.
While I cannot explain why the first bug (issues with page loading) happens, and in fact it matters less for me, I can tell why the kernel panic does.
In brief, you do not wait for all the tcp connections to close before you unload your kernel extension when clicking on the Exit button. This results in the kernel invoking your
Hopefully this is fixed as soon as possible.