DNS servers (or Domain Name System) is what the internet use to find the website you are trying to visit. It is like the Yellow Pages of the internet which translates the website you are trying to visit (For example vilfo.com) into the IP-address where the website is located.
Vilfo will seamlessly assign you a DNS address from either your ISP (if not connected to a VPN), or one provided by your VPN provider (if connected to a VPN) to prevent a DNS leak. It is therefore recommended that you have Vilfo set as the DNS server on your devices — even if doing so is completely voluntary.
Note! If you do not wish to use the DNS address provided by your ISP, Vilfo also offers the option to manually change the DNS used by Vilfo over WAN.
Change DNS servers to Vilfo's
Open the Control Panel
Go to Network and Internet ➝ Network and Sharing Center ➝ Change adapter settings
Right-click on the network adapter you use and then click on Properties. Normally the network adapter you use is called either Ethernet or Wi-Fi depending on if you're connecting using a network cable or Wi-Fi.
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click on Properties
Select Obtain DNS server addresses automatically
Click on OK
Mac OS X
Go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences
Choose the Network
Select whether you're connected over Wi-Fi or Ethernet on the left side
Click on Advanced
Choose the DNS tab at the top of the screen
Remove the set DNS addresses
Click on the OK button
Click on Apply
Go to Settings
Click on Wi-Fi
Click on Vilfo's network in the list of networks
Under DNS, click on Configure DNS
Click on Automatic and then Save
Go to Settings ➝ WiFi
Press and hold the network you're connected to
When a new screen pops up, tap Modify Network
If needed, check Advanced
If Static is set, change to DHCP and then Save