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[Update: Now Available] Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1 private DNS app is getting a free VPN

Web security company, Cloudflare turned its focus towards the public with the announcement of its DNS resolver service, 1.1.1.1, to users worldwide on April 1st (4.1), last year. Then on November 11th (11.11), it launched an app on Android and iOS so that users don't have to manually configure their DNS settings on their smartphones....

CloudFlare’s new Android app lets you easily enable their fast DNS

Earlier this year, CloudFlare launched its own DNS service to the public, called "1.1.1.1." CloudFlare's DNS resolver is different from your ISP's or other DNS alternatives like Google Public DNS and Cisco OpenDNS in that it's focused on privacy and speed first. Your IP address is never logged or saved on CloudFlare's servers, and with...

Google Chrome will add support for DNS over TLS providers like CloudFlare

The internet was created to be an open infrastructure but it has become such an integral part of so many companies (and governments) that they have been trying to take advantage of its weaknesses. A popular topic around online usage these days is privacy. Not only is Google Chrome showing bigger warning signs of websites...

Android getting “DNS over TLS” support to stop ISPs from knowing what websites you visit

A DNS (Domain Name Server) is what translates a website address from a URL that you enter to an IP address which your computer actually connects to. For example, when you type "www.xda-developers.com" into your browser, your computer queries a DNS which looks up and returns the IP address "209.58.128.90" to the client. This process...