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There might be a DNS leak

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What is DNS?

DNS stands for Domain Name System. It enables the translation of human-friendly domain names (such as into IP addresses (such as

What is DNS leak?

Without a VPN, you will need to use your ISP's DNS server, your ISP can potentially monitor and log your online activity. A DNS leak is that you are still using your ISP's DNS server after you connected to a VPN.

How to check if there is a DNS leak?

When connected to a VPN, if the IP address displayed is the same as the IP address assigned by your ISP, it could indicate a DNS leak. This suggests that your DNS requests are not being properly encrypted and routed through the VPN, and instead, your ISP's DNS server is being used.
However, if the IP address displayed is different from your ISP-assigned IP address, it generally means that the VPN is using its own DNS server. It indicates that DNS requests are being securely handled by the VPN, and there is no DNS leak.