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A look at AdGuard DNS
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Quote:AdGuard unveiled the final version of the company's DNS provider service in December 2018 promising privacy, security, and high performance.

DNS is one of the cornerstones of the Internet. DNS, broken down to its core, is like a telephone directory for domains. Whenever servers are accessed, e.g. by clicking on a link in an email or on a website, DNS is used to look up the IP address of the server or device hosting the content.

In technical terms: domain names are send to a DNS resolver which returns the IP address required for the connection to the device that wants to make the request.

For many Internet users, it is their ISP that handles DNS automatically. Usually, that is not the fastest nor best option; some ISPs collect the data and sell it.

Third-party DNS services promise a lot: faster performance, better privacy and security, and add-on features such as filtering options to block unwanted content like advertisement or non-child friendly content automatically.

AdGuard DNS

AdGuard DNS is not a new service but it has been released as a final version in December 2018. The service features two different DNS server pairs that users may add to their device:
  • Standard: 176.103.130.130 and 176.103.130.131

  • Family protection: 176.103.130.132 and 176.103.130.134
Full reading: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/12/31/a-look...guard-dns/
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