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  • August 18, 2020 at 3:28 pm

    Bubbling this up since I had the same question as Peter’s last question.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by clintonbean.
    July 16, 2020 at 11:48 am

    Explain how DNSCloak is easily bypassed. I have restrictions set where the kids can’t delete the app. Then inside the app, it’s set to auto connect. It reconnects automatically even if they click to disable VPN. Lastly there is a passcode on the app that they don’t know so they can’t disable from the app.

    There may be a way yet to disable, but I wouldn’t call it easy. I don’t know how to disable it myself without either deleting the app (which they can’t do) or stopping from inside the app (which they can’t do)

    July 15, 2020 at 1:56 pm

    I was going to create a new thread, but this one is applicable.

    I have been using a paid ClearBrowsing account for a while now, but I’m new to the forums. I went through the documentation to use DNSCloak on my family’s iOS devices, which seems to ensure the kiddos cannot deactivate the VPN or delete the app (with the appropriate settings in place both in the DNS app and ScreenTime settings).

    However I saw the CleanBrowsing app out there, which is much more user friendly than the DNSCloak app. I tried it on my personal phone but saw that I could deactivate the VPN with a button click. Will that app add the same capability as DNSCloak to force the VPN to always be “on”?