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Re: [tor-talk] How dangerous are DNS leak?
I'm just wondering how can the website know your ISP or location?
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> On Tue, Sep 18, 2012, at 15:13, adrelanos wrote:
> > Jerzy Åogiewa:
> > > How dangerous are the DNS leak for some user?
> > Very dangerous!
> > http://www.howdoihidemyip.com/dnsleak.htm
> > "The DNS leak provides your ISP name and location to the website that
> > you are visiting, thus undermining your ability to stay anonymous on the
> > internet. For example, if you visit a website using a proxy from Sweden,
> > it will first appear to the website that you are an internet user in
> > Sweden. However, due to a DNS Leak, the website may be able to determine
> > that your ISP is actually AOL, which would mean that you are located in
> > the United States."
> > Check it yourself:
> > http://check2ip.com/
> How can one push all DNS requests through Tor and save the ISP the
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