I use STOFA DNS
192.168.1.200 is a local IP address. That'll get you nowhere.One more Secure DNS server to share. It's from Pi Hole
It's IP4 address is 192.168.1.200
I think it's using other Secure DNS providers like Google Public DNS, OpenDNS, Norton ConnectSafe and Comodo Secure DNS
Privacy and security...with the US Secret Service?This new DNS server has been all the rage recently
Quad 9 which is run in collaboration with IBM, PCH, Global Cyber Alliance, F-Secure and a few others.
Quad9 | Internet Security & Privacy In a Few Easy Steps
They guarantee privacy, and security, all for free.... yeah right. It does offer DNSSEC and DNS over TLS.
Looking further into the Global Cyber Alliance we will find some interesting members...
Just be aware who may be funding this...
You can set any DNS servers you want in your Windows but once you use a VPN the provider's DNS server will override your settingsI configured my router for Google DNS, but when I use a VPN connection on my PC, the DNS is provided by my VPN server.
I use Google DNS when not connected to my VPN service, which doesn't offer any DNS options.You can set any DNS servers you want in your Windows but once you use a VPN the provider's DNS server will override your settings
However, some VPN do allow you to set your own DNS servers
Most/Many have logging of some type. To be honest, logging DNS is a bigger problem than people think. Once again, setup a Pi-Hole then you can see the intrusive logging and what it can accomplish. Essentially a full profile of your network, security, programs, and even some vulnerabilities can be gathered from DNS logging.