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DNS Leak Protection

Country: US      Your IP: 18.232.31.206 

What‌ ‌is‌ ‌a‌ ‌VPN?‌

The Virtual Private Network is a service that protects your privacy and sensitive data by creating an encrypted tunnel, which masks the user’s IP address. With it, you can use public Wi-Fi safely, and access restricted websites like Netflix or YouTube without being identified.

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What is DNS?

DNS is the backbone of the internet, providing a way for computers to connect.
DNS is an essential part of the internet, responsible for translating domain names into IP addresses. Without DNS, the internet would be a much more complicated place. DNS allows you to type in a web address like “google.com” and be directed to the correct server.

DNS is the system that turns human-readable website addresses (like “www.google.com”) into machine-readable IP addresses (like “173.194.33.104”). It’s what makes the internet work!

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How to know if your VPN is working correctly?

To ensure your VPN works correctly, go to a website like Wimi.com! If you don’t see an IP address for the country or location that matches what’s listed on their site, leaks may expose personal information and any data being sent through torrenting apps, like uTorrent.

Looking to stay safe and secure online? Make sure your VPN is working correctly with our easy-to-use service. Check your connection status, see how much data you’ve used, and more.

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What causes DNS Leaks?

Many things can cause DNS leakage, including malicious software or hardware attacks on your network. It’s essential to protect against these sorts of DDoS attacks that try and take down services by overwhelming them with traffic from multiple directions at once!

Some people might think that their provider is the cause of DNS leakage, but it can be anything from your router to an invoice on its way out.

The most common culprits are browser vulnerabilities, which also occur when your computer has been infected with malware. You can get malware when you visit malicious websites that have access to information about what sites you’ve seen in recent months or years – referred to as Trackware because it helps hackers follow their victims around online.

You could also have incomplete or improper security measures in place, which would cause data from other sites on the internet—like banking website(s) –to leak out into another network. This data can be seen by strangers who happen upon them while browsing freely across various networks without protection against this kind of theft.

How does DarkMatter VPN provide DNS leak protection?

The technical specifics of preventing DNS leaks when an ISP has implemented a transparent proxy can be tricky, but it doesn’t need to worry you! Simply put, your internet service provide could intercept any queries on the network level.Dark Matter is the best way to ensure your DNS data never leaves your device. Our service provides DNS leak protection for your devices so that you can browse, shop, and bank with complete peace of mind.

By encrypting your DNS traffic, Dark Matter prevents your ISP from spying on your web activity and selling that data to advertisers.

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No More DNS Leaks with Dark Matter VPN

VPNs are a necessary security precaution in the current digital age. They protect your identity and keep your data safe by encrypting all your traffic, making it impossible for anyone to track or spy on your online activity.

Keep your browsing data private and never worry about DNS leaks again.

Dark Matter is the perfect solution for anyone looking to keep their data private and secure. Our powerful encryption technology ensures that your data is never exposed, even if you’re using an unsecured public Wi-Fi network.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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When you connect to a VPN, you should expect your web traffic to be routed through the VPN network. This includes the previously specified DNS requests. They should be routed directly to your VPN provider’s DNS servers via the encrypted tunnel.

  • Use a Strong VPN like Dark Matter
  • Delete DNS Caches
  • Turn off Microsoft Teredo
  • To use your VPN’s DNS servers, set your settings to Default
  • Utilize a Secure DNS Service
  • Navigate to the DNS leak test webpage…
  • Check if the stated IP address and location match your actual ones.
  • Select Standard or Extended Test to verify your DNS status.

Check the result against your VPN’s virtual IP address by typing “what is my IP” into Google once again (or using an IP lookup site). If they match, your VPN is effectively masking your actual IP address.

DNS leaks provide a significant privacy risk because networks may give a false sense of security while private data flows.