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I don't know if I have DNS leaks or not. I use the Torguard client.

 

Here is a pic:

dns_zps4750cc23.png

 

See, this isn't my ISP, but it isn't the country that I am using to hide my IP either. For this reason, I am not sure whether or not I have leaks. Could someone please clarify? I am kind of a newb to VPN's... Why does it say Google?

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Hi, not that's not your personal IP, just google DNS.

 

You should only be worried if it shows your local ISP's DNS info here..

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I actually did have my local ISP pop up hear under Firefox. I tried to use the fix and use a Flush DNS in CMD screen. Now TorGurad VPN Pro won't stay connected. It momentarily connects then when I try to use firefox nothing will connect.

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Windows can be notoriously DNS leaky at times... I would suggest contacting our support desk - we can activate a free copy of Viscosity for you. If your having DNS issues with TG lite, Viscosity should fix your problem.

 

 

I actually did have my local ISP pop up hear under Firefox. I tried to use the fix and use a Flush DNS in CMD screen. Now TorGurad VPN Pro won't stay connected. It momentarily connects then when I try to use firefox nothing will connect.

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