Add support for DNSCrypt
DNSCrypt-OSXClient software encrypts and authenticates DNS packets between your computer and a DNS resolver supporting DNSCrypt. For example, OpenDNS supports it. Is it possible to add support for this in future?
This is worthwhile because DNSCrypt improves online privacy by preventing your ISP from logging and tracking your web surfing destinations. As far as I know, VyprVPN service does not protect us from this and current DDNS support from VyprVPN does not support DNSCrypt standard. Also, there is a problem when using the combination of VyprVPN and OpenDNS-DNSCrypt with Internet Sharing (of Wifi) on OSX 10.11.5. If Internet Sharing is not done manually as last step in the sequence, the DNS resolving is often unstable and can block traffic and interfere with email server connections. It would be great if GoldenFrog could provide native DNSCrypt support for its DDNS (and a stable work-around for the Internet Sharing). Thanks.
VyperVPN already has the option to connect to Golden Frog's DNS resolvers, which means that VyprVPN's DNS queries are already encrypted (to whatever level the protocol is that you're connecting with). I'm not sure why you'd want to resolve to OpenDNS through the VyprVPN client.
However, I do have DNSCrypt installed for those few occasions when I need to connect to the internet without the VPN client. One thing I haven't quite been able to figure out is whether at connection time the VyprVPN client sends its initial requests to resolve the Golden Frog server host names through DNSCrypt or not. If it does, then DNSCrypt is still useful because it would provide some measure of protection for the VPN client's initial contact with the servers.