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DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

Today's privacy tip: Secure your DNS Queries using DoH 


DNS over HTTPS (DoH) enables Domain Name System (DNS) resolution via the HTTPS protocol. DoH allows users to encrypt DNS traffic by using a TLS channel directly to a single provider they trust - Chrome actually supports 7 different providers. Configuring Chrome to use DoH is as straightforward as enabling the #dns-over-https flag (type ‘chrome://flags/#dns-over-https‘ in the ominbox) then select ‘enabled’ from the drop-down menu. You too can live on the experimental edge and keep your searches private. For more on DoH and much more check out this research paper

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Re: DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

Is it true that DoH is a DNS-specific implementation of HTTPS Over Multiple Enterprise Resources?

 

Craig

 

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Re: DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

Any idea how it deals with split-brain DNS?  That is, my company supplies different results to internal vs public queries?