NS1 (DNS server for Western Europe) has migrated from France to Madrid, Spain. The new IP of NS1 is shown on the subscription page. Update it please if you use VPN chains from Western Europe. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
IP addresses of some DNS servers were changed. The current DNS settings are available on the subscription page: https://dash.deepwebvpn.net/en/subscriptions/configs (Tor: http://deepwebvpnvvotmw.onion/en/subscriptions/configs).
Windows (Win 8 and Win 10) users may experience DNS leaks sometimes. The reason of it that Windows uses to resolve DNS all available adapters and IP addresses in parallel and takes the fastest responses. So if DNS of VPN is slower than DNS of your internet provider Windows will use DNS of the provider.
We made special configs for Windows 8+ which block all DNS except DNS of DeepWebVPN automatically.

Download special for Windows 8+ configs of all chains: https://cabinet.deepwebvpn.net/downloads/win-all.zip
Download special for Windows 8+ configs of all single chains: https://cabinet.deepwebvpn.net/downloads/singlevpn/win-all.zip
Download special for Windows 8+ configs of all double chains: https://cabinet.deepwebvpn.net/downloads/doublevpn/win-all.zip
We made own distributed DNS servers.

Details: https://telegra.ph/The-scariest-Halloween-VPN-10-30
China's firewall tried intercept CloudFlare's DNS. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17179484
We warn you the most secure DNS is local DNS: https://wiki.deepwebvpn.net/en/dns-unbound