A DNS leak occurs when a user’s IP address is exposed via an unencrypted DNS request to their ISP’s DNS server. This will show how to fix DNS leaks.
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To use an ad-blocking app on your Android will require you to root your device. Here we will show you how you can block ads on Android without rooting your phone.
Cloudflare seems to be solving two issues in one with their new Domain Name System (DNS) service. They are making claims of having the fastest DNS available presently while also promising to keep your browsing history safe.
Changing your DNS server is a good idea, but which one should you switch to? Learn what to look out for when selecting the best DNS server.
Changing your default DNS server can boost your security, privacy, and speed. This article explains why you should change your DNS server and how to do so in Windows.
Are you looking to switch to a third-party DNS for a better and safer Internet connection? Here’s how you can set up a third-party DNS on Linux.
Using Terminal to change the DNS servers has its advantages. It’s also very useful when troubleshooting. Here is how you can easily do that on your Mac.
If you are concerned about your DNS traffic being sent in plain text and available for everyone to see, you can now encrypt DNS traffic in Ubuntu with DNSCrypt.
One of the main reasons for using Google DNS is that it speeds up your Internet connection. Here’s how you can configure your Mac to work with a Google DNS.
If you are not residing in the USA, you will not be able to access sites like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora and etc. Tunlr is a useful service that you can use to access Hulu, Netflix and many more sites from outside of USA, for free.
You’ve probably heard of alternate DNS servers and how they could probably help you in some way or another. You may also wonder why you need to switch over. I’m going to give you some reasons why you probably should be using third party DNS server. You will end up wondering why you haven’t done it yet.