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Re: New secure DNS provider

Posted: 15 Mar 2019, 11:15
by dedanna1029
viking60 wrote:I wonder if Opera comes with its own free VPN :think:
Can you test in another browser?


Sure. Probably not a great choice, but I used Chrome this time. It found my ip right off when I went to the initial test page:

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Then, I ran the test:
Test complete

Query round Progress... Servers found
1 ...... 5
IP Hostname ISP Country
68.114.47.34 none Spectrum United States
68.114.47.40 none Spectrum United States
68.114.47.39 none Spectrum United States
68.114.47.46 none Spectrum United States
68.114.47.41 none Spectrum United States


1.1.1.1 is in startup, and loads with my phone on reboot.

Re: New secure DNS provider

Posted: 19 Mar 2019, 16:37
by viking60
Hmm that does not look right.
I must admit that I do not get the results I want on my Android with DNS changer either without turning on and off and standing on my head.

Looks like Smartphones simply are insecure...no matter what :wall:

On My computers I get cloudflare servers.

Re: New secure DNS provider

Posted: 24 Mar 2019, 14:29
by dedanna1029
viking60 wrote:I wonder if Opera comes with its own free VPN :think:
Can you test in another browser?

Guess what?
Opera heard you! Update night before last included a VPN. The problem with using it, is it turns off Data Savings.

Re: New secure DNS provider

Posted: 24 Mar 2019, 14:32
by dedanna1029
And I didn't think that looked right, either, but it's definitely running.


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