Newbie question regarding privacy towards my WiFi operator

Hi

The FAQ say “The [mobile] app runs a local resolver inside your mobile phone that asks all the other apps to send their DNS requests to the address of this resolver. Once these DNS requests reach the local resolver, it encrypts them and sends them to 1.1.1.1.”

  1. question
    Do I understand the FAQ correctly in the sense that the operator of the WiFi (or the network at all) I use cannot see the URLs I call up? Because the DNS requests are encrypted by 1.1.1.1? He only sees encrypted DNS requests sent to 1.1.1.1?
  2. question
    Is the same true for the Windows app?

Hello there,

1.1.1.1 with WARP prevents anyone from snooping on you by encrypting more of the traffic leaving your device. This means that if you use the 1.1.1.1 resolver then in addition to our privacy guarantees an eavesdropper can’t see your DNS requests.

That’s correct.
You can read more here:
1.1.1.1

Thank you @neiljay !

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