Private, Zero-Knowledge DNS
Off The Record VPN runs its own DNS on every server.
- No third parties
- No activity logs, no connection logs
- No DNS blocking
- 256-bit encryption
Your DNS traffic is your business. Protect it.Get OTR VPN
What is DNS?
Every website on the Internet is identified by a string of numbers called an IP address, and each site’s IP address has a corresponding URL that is easier for humans to remember. The DNS, or domain name system, is how your device translates the URL that a human types or clicks into that string of numbers. So you don’t have to!
Off The Record VPN is a VPN service with its own private DNS. Unlike other VPN services, whenever you’re connected through Off The Record VPN, your DNS activity is protected by the same encryption and tunnelling protocol that covers the rest of your Internet traffic, because Off The Record VPN runs its own DNS on every VPN server.
No Third Parties
Many VPN providers use third party DNS, which isn’t protected by the same encryption and tunneling protocol as the VPN, leaving it vulnerable to manipulation.
Off The Record VPN runs its own DNS on every VPN server, so even in less secure areas like airports, cafés, and other public WiFi hotspots, your DNS requests always get where they’re going.
Use a private, zero-knowledge DNS
Third-party DNS servers log personally identifiable data from your traffic, like when and where you tried to access what site. Anyone with access to that server could check DNS logs that link back to you.
Off The Record VPN’s built-in DNS is zero-knowledge, meaning your personally identifiable data is never stored on any server.
No DNS Blocking or Filtering
Because third party DNS is often unprotected, intercepting your DNS requests via man-in-the-middle attacks is one of the easiest ways for governments, ISPs, and corporate entities to deny access to certain content.
Off The Record VPN’s DNS requests are encrypted and signed, making them safe from censorship, DNS filtering, phishing, and other manipulation. You'll even get quicker response times because your DNS requests never leave the VPN tunnel.