How To Install Free Ad-Blocking Using AdGuard DNS

AdGuard DNS is a free Domain Name System service provided the AdGuard company. You can use this DNS service to block advertising and trackers. It works like this: when a website sends a request to an ad network, the DNS sends back a “null” response. For example, when a web page looks up the domain name “ads.facebook.com” the DNS will …

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A List Of Free Public Domain Name Services (DNS)

A domain name service (DNS) translates a human-friendly Internet address such as “yahoo.com” into an IP address, such as “98.139.183.24”. DNS blocking is often used to censor web sites because it relatively easily to implement. However, it is also easy to avoid. For example, you can use one of the public servers listed below. Here’s how to change your DNS: …

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DNSCrypt Offers Encrypted, Secure Domain Name Server (DNS) Resolution

Note: DNSCrypt has been discontinued. Please see this article for alternative suggestions. Encrypted DNS adds another layer of privacy and security to your Internet connection, especially if you’re worried about DNS leaks. Here’s how to configure encrypted DNS using DNSCrypt. Your computer uses DNS queries to figure out the IP addresses of the servers that host the websites or other …

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A List Of Private DNS Providers That Don’t Log

Many ISPs (Internet Service Providers) and public DNS providers will log your DNS queries or censor websites via DNS. We list three DNS providers that do not censor or log your queries.

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How Use Smart DNS To Unblock Video Streaming Services

SmartDNS is a service that unblocks streaming sites like Hulu, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and any websites that are blocked based on your location. If you don’t need to hide your IP or need to encrypt your internet connections, you may want to use a SmartDNS service instead of a VPN.

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A Guide To Being Private Online

The services below will increase your security and reduce your surveillance by governments and advertisers. Here are my tips for maintaining on-line privacy: Use A Search Engine That Doesn’t Track You Many popular search engines like Google and Bing save your search history. Typically, your searches are saved along with some information about your computer (e.g. your IP address, User …