Aug 102018
 August 10, 2018  Posted by  Misc

Pierluigi Paganini reports:

A security issue exists in Kaspersky VPN <=v1.4.0.216 which leaks your DNS Address even after you’re connected to any virtual server. (Tested on Android 8.1.0)

What is a DNS leaks?

In this context, with the term “DNS leak” we indicate an unencrypted DNS query sent by your system OUTSIDE the established VPN tunnel.

Kaspersky VPN is one of the most trusted VPN which comes with 1,000,000+ tier downloads in the official Google Play Store, however, it was observed that when it connects to any random virtual server still leaks your actual DNS address.

The expert  that discovered the flaw reported it to Kaspersky via Hackerone.

Read more on Security Affairs.

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