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Chrome bypassing default DNS

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I use a VPN tunnel provided by my ISP that I trust (for the time being), secured from DSN leaks by dsnfix. It seems to work nicely with Firefox according to the GRC test. Chrome, however, totally bypasses my ISP:s servers and connects to some pretty mediocre ones. I'm not very familiar with Chrome (at the moment the Comodo veriety) so how do I stop this?
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Hello emmpe,

Sorry for the delayed response in replying to your issue.  I'm not certain what the problem is, but I will be happy to get started in troubleshooting this issue.

Chrome uses DNS caching to facilitate fast loading of sites by mapping the IP addresses from cache when the same domain is opened repeatedly. If the IP address of the site is changed then the DNS caching of Chrome may cause delay in loading the site due to difference in IPs.

  • Go to the URL “chrome://net-internals/#dns” in your Chrome browser. 
  • Click “Clear host cache” button in “Host resolver cache” section or select “Clear cache” option from the drop-down.

Clear DNS Cache in Chrome

You can also try disabling “Built-in Asynchronous DNS” flag in Chrome by following the below instructions.

  • Go to URL “chrome://flags/”.
  • Press Ctrl+F in Windows or Command+F in Mac and search for “asynchronous”.

Disabling Flag in Google Chrome

  • Select “Disable” from drop-down.
  • Click on “Relaunch Now” button for your changes to take effect.

    Please let us know if this helped you or not.  =)

Edited by Fusionbomb, 30 March 2015 - 12:20 PM.

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