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Yes. Tenta Browser ensures that all traffic is sent through your VPN.
DNS servers are essential for getting online, but they’re also a major security risk. That’s because hackers create websites that look like your favorite sites but aren’t actually your favorite sites. In that situation, your computer reaches out to the DNS server, the thieves intercept it, and you’re redirected to a fake site that the hackers have control of. On that fake site, all of your information is now monitored — any password, for example, or online communications can be intercepted by thieves.
But there are ways you can protect yourself! Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) secure both your location and your data. However, there can be leaks in a VPN — which is where the DNS leak test comes in.
With a DNS leak test, you can see if any of your traffic is leaking out of the private network you’ve established. If that’s the case, your activity isn’t secure — which is definitely something you should be aware of if it’s happening.
Test your browser for DNS leaks with our browser privacy test tool.