Jul 26, 2018
Intro DNSCrypt is the protocol that we use to help protect a client's DNS traffic before they connect to our VPN servers. Once they're connected to the VPN, DNS would go through the VPN tunnel.
DNSCrypt is a protocol that authenticates communications between a DNS client and a DNS resolver. It prevents DNS spoofing. It prevents DNS spoofing. It uses cryptographic signatures to verify that responses originate from the chosen DNS resolver and haven’t been tampered with. GitHub - jedisct1/encrypted-dns-server: An easy to install
Verify that you're using the correct token at https://cryptostorm.nu/. If you're hashing your token, make sure the hash is correct with https://cryptostorm.is/sha512. If there's a 2-for-1/3-for-1 token sale going on or you bought one of the bundles, make sure you're not copy/pasting all your tokens as one.
OK, I'm a total dunce and don't even know why I need to use DNSCrypt except that OpenDNS says everyone should use it, so I have the DNSCrypt-OSXClient running, v. 1.0.14. It has a long list of If you want to use your own dnscrypt servers instead of ours, edit the c:\Program Files (x86)\Cryptostorm Client\bin\dnscrypt-proxy.toml file. Cryptostorm sits in between good and bad VPNs, earning a rating of “just okay.” It comes from Vancouver, Canada, but has roots in Iceland and is committed to being the safest in its class. Dedicated to privacy and security, cryptostorm may seem a bit daunting at first glance, but the virtual private network has its good sides.