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DNS Leak Test: When the browser uses a VPN/proxy to access the website, it still resolves the domain name through the local operator. At this time, there is a risk of DNS leakage. You may need to modify your VPN/proxy settings.

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What does a DNS leak mean?

If a DNS leak is detected, it means that your DNS (Domain Name System) queries are sent outside the encrypted VPN tunnel. Your device will continue to use your ISP's DNS servers. The Internet resources you visit and your geographical location can be tracked by third parties.

What are the risks of DNS leaks

Incorrect network configuration or defective VPN/proxy software may cause your device to send DNS requests directly to your ISP's servers. When addressing the domain name system, the traffic is not encrypted, which means that if a DNS leak occurs, it can be determined where the user came from and which website they went to. DNS leaks will reveal your true geographical location and your anonymity and privacy will be greatly reduced.