I've read different articles about https://184.108.40.206/ and am confused since they conflict. A couple examples:
effectively making your traffic invisible to snoopers on your local network but not providing an anonymised connection to the sites you're accessing at the other end - https://www.wired.co.uk/article/cloudflare-1111-with-warp
Even though Cloudflare hides the questions you’re asking from the ISPs it can’t hide the answers. So this is not a meaningful privacy enhancement. - https://hightechforum.org/cloudflares-1-1-1-1-dns-does-nothing-for-privacy/
I will soon be living in a shared apartment where I don't control the wifi router. I don't trust the owner and don't want him to be able to see the content of my traffic or the URLs.
If the sites I visit use HTTPS (which seems to be the case for every site nowadays anyway), he'd never see the content, right? But he'd still normally be able to see the URLs visited.
I know that the standard recommendations (e.g. this answer) are to use a VPN and/or Tor.
But my internet connection will already be slow, and I'd love not to slow it down further by using those.
Will 220.127.116.11 hide my browsing history from the owner of my LAN router?