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Does Trust.Zone VPN protect users from DNS Leak and WebRTC Leak? Definitely, YES

14 Apr 2017

Do you know that browsers ignore that you have a VPN and send the DNS request to your ISP directly sometimes. That’s called a DNS leak. Some browsers like Firefox and Chrome support WebRTC technology. WebRTC may reveal your real IP address too!

Good news - Trust.Zone VPN protects users against DNS Leaks and WebRTC Leaks.

Trust.Zone VPN tool has 3 most important anti-leak features. Below, we’ll show how to be sure that you are under protect every time when you use Trust.Zone VPN

Internet Kill Switch Feature

Kill Switch blocks all outgoing and incoming traffic if internet connection drops for any reason. So, your real IP address will never be revealed This feature is extremely important for BitTorrent users and torrents’ fans because BitTorrent users don’t want their identity and IP address exposed to ISP or government agencies.

DNS Leak Protection

Sometimes browsers ignore that you have a VPN set up and send the DNS request to your ISP directly. That’s called a DNS leak. With Trust.Zone VPN you’ ll never see DNS Leak!

If you are using Windows 10/8/7, go to Trust.Zone application's settings tab, set "DNS leak protection" checkbox as 'ON'. For other OS - use the following Trust.Zone DNS servers - 109.236.87.2 and 144.217.75.55. See more instructions here

Here is a way how to check that you have no DNS leaks:

Start Trust.Zone VPN > Connect to a selected server > Open dnsleaktest.com website and click TEST to see the results. If you real IP address or real location is not shown - you have no leaks.

WebRTC Leak Protection

Some browsers like Firefox and Chrome have implemented WebRTC. WebRTC allows requests to be made to STUN (Session Traversal Utilities for NAT) servers that return the local and public IP addresses for the user. Trust.Zone VPN protects users against WebRTC leaks and keeps users’ online identity hidden. You can easily check Trust.Zone WebRTC protection with the following online tool.

Start Trust.Zone VPN > Connect to a selected server > Go to www.browserleaks.com/webrtc online tool and see the results.


If you see that your real IP address is revealed, please, follow the instructions:

  • Mozilla Firefox: Type "about:config” in the address bar. Scroll down to “media.peerconnection.enabled”, double click to set it to false.
  • Google Chrome: Install Google official extension WebRTC Network Limiter.


Protect yourself while browsing the web right now - use Trust.Zone VPN! With 10 day money back guarantee, you have plenty of time to try Trust.Zone VPN without any risk.





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