In a time of growing concern over online privacy, many individuals are using virtual private network (VPN) services as a means to safeguard their personal information. However, a question remains: Is using a paid VPN service truly useful for privacy, or is it merely a false sense of security?
Pi-Hole alone adds a lot of privacy enhancements for your home, but one thing remains regarding the DNS resolvers. They will always know your IP-address and can bind this information to the DNS-query - until now!
In my previous Tutorial I showed you, how I'm using Tasker to automatically connect to my WireGuard VPN server, when I'm leaving my home-network. And this setup is working pretty good. But unfortunately
Why is this useful? Well, in my Tutorial "Pihole and PiVPN on a Raspberry Pi", I showed you, how to install a wireguard based VPN Server (with PiVPN) and the Ad-Filter Pihole on
Requirements * Raspberry Pi (Model doesn't matter) * SDCard running Raspberry Pi OS (formerly known as Raspbian) * Basic OS Setup already set (e.g. Wifi/LAN, SSH) * optional: Set up Dynamic DNS What I want