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Domain Name Servers (DNS) are the Internet’s equivalent of a phone book.
When you type in a web address or click on a link (www.bbc.co.uk) your Internet provider views the DNS record associated with the web address and translates it into a computer friendly address (126.96.36.199).
Your ISP will keep a history of your DNS searches or even block access to some websites.
We redirect all searches through our network, block the nasty and annoying stuff and then use public DNS records (Cloudflare) to look up the web address.
We keep no logs of what you’re searching or browsing, we don’t and won’t store, use or sell your internet history.
Run the standard test, your ISP/DNS should be reported as Cloudflare.
For additional security we use DNSSEC to secure all your DNS lookups. You can check this at the website here: