To use DNS blocking you simply have to use VPN (although a fake one). When you enable DNS filtering in Adguard Pro, it establishes a fake VPN connection.Mentioning your DNS blocking solution, would using the DNS and the VPN be redundant?
It is not; you can still use both Content Blocker and DNS blocking at the same time in Safari.I was wondering if using the VPN and the content blocker at the same time would be redundant?
DNS-level ad blocking is somewhat limited, so content blocker won't be redundant anyway.I asked because I was wondering if using the VPN and the content blocker at the same time would be redundant?
I've asked @stillness about it:Touch ID is great if family filter is on or blocked x websites so kids can't disable
Sorry, I didn't get what you mean. Could you please take a screenshot and show what is greyed out exactly?I am confused about something. If we can use the DNS with the content filter then why this last one is grey in the settings. It cannot be enabled on my side when the non Pro version was activated.