I'm checking out vyprvpn, their website says they own & operate use their own dns, no 3d-party. it's an (default) option in their windows app, and when I connect eg to austin, ipleak shows dns in houston with some ownership name other than goldenfrog or vyprvpn according to spiceworks ip lookup. then tried chicago, 1 dns in florida and 1 in georgia, and both have names other than glodenfrog and different than austin connection dns. I've seen 3 different dns company names / operators after checking on 2 connections. vypr's webpage says "VyprDNS is Golden Frog's 100% owned and operated service available exclusively for VyprVPN users. We developed our zero-knowledge VyprDNS service to increase user privacy and defeat censorship across the world." online chat person said that goldenfrog owns the dns that I found when I connected to austin. If vyprvpn advertises their dns as a reason for choosing vypr, then I'd think they'd make an effort for the user to see that dns is owned and operated by goldenfrog.