How Safe Is A VPN Network?
Every time you log on to a website, your computer sends a request to your internet provider`s DNS server or to a third party DNS service( Google, Yahoo) to interpret then name of a site e.g., www.xxx.com into an IP address like 18.104.22.168. Regrettably, all these logs of internet surfing are collected by ISPs and third-party vendors, exclusive of your knowledge. They may sell it to others legally or otherwise. You may get blocked from accessing some sites by not processing the DNS request your computer sent.
VPN solves this problem
But when you are accessing a web site or service through a VPN, this problem does not arise. As they do not log a single URL or IP address. The DNS server of VPN networks are recursive; your request is not forwarded to the third party. The VPN app installed in your computer mechanically instructs your computer DNS resolver to use VPN`s personal DNS server. For more protection against DNS leaks, a VPN firewall are used. This firewall authorizes communication with the VPN DNS server only, eliminating any DNS leaks. The DNS servers are recursive in nature, so your browsing history is never logged or shared. Neither can it be tracked down.
The VPN service providers in Taiwan ensure a free and open internet. The DNS server of them does not confine your access to any website. Your freedom and confidentiality is never compromised. They have a DNS server in every location; choose the nearest one to eliminate latency. They thrive on giving you the best possible experience and freedom of browsing. As the DNS server does not follow your DNS requests, the history of browsing, it has no trail to trace. Moreover, their DNS server is only accessible through the VPN network, eliminating any intrusion and interference.