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I want to setup my "own" https://unlocator.com/ type of service.
What I have is a windows machine in the USA connected to a USA broadband. How can I use it's DNS to route websites without needing vpn?
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Patrick Bogers earned 2000 total points
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Hello,

IMHO you do not need DNS for this but some kind of proxy tool, why not choose for a solution like hide-my-*ss?
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