Freki123

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Aug 10, 2013
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@Kees1958 Just did that: I added Adguard DNS over HTTPS setting in FF. The leaktest shows only ONE server (which belongs to adguard) Untitled.jpg
It shows one server now with Network protection "on".
When I want to do it for the global OS it also works when I enter the Adguard Dns Crypt IP under IP4 in ethernet (one server with network protection "on").

Edit:
Afaik the DNS leaktest should also work for DNS leaks when you change your DNS. When I see my ISP name in the results something is broken. An encrypted DNS shouldn't show that. At least that's the way I understood it. And when it works it does exactly that (show only servers from the chosen DNS provider in the results and not my ISP name at all)
I know it's not an VPN I just want like my ISP enough to not use another DNS that's not theirs.
I never thought I would have to use redundancy's (in different places of the OS) when I use DNS Servers. I thought I just activate it (e.g. in Adguard Desktop) and be done with it.

Thank you both for your time and help.
 
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