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capt_blake posted a topic in Security & Privacy News** from the official announcement, March 3rd: We have released a beta of our encrypted DNS. Hosted and created by us, an audited non-logging VPN service. We are thirsting for your input before we take this service to the next level. Starting today, we now have a public DNS service up as a beta that offers DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and DNS over TLS (DoT), with QNAME minimization and basic ad blocking. It has been audited by the security experts at Assured. Our DoH/DoT servers are located in AU, US, DE, GB, SG, and SE. If you follow our guide and use Mullvad’s DNS, you shou
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) support appeared on Windows 10 2004 build (May 2020 Update). Now Windows 10 can resolve names over HTTPS protocol using the built-in DoH client. In this article we’ll tell what DNS over HTTPS protocol is used for, how to enable and use it on latest Windows 10 builds. When your computer connects to a DNS server to resolve names, it sends and receives DNS requests/responses over the Internet in clear text. An attacker can intercept your traffic, detect what resources you have visited or manipulate your DNS traffic using a man-in-the-middle type of attack. The DNS over H
steven36 posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsDespite looking to make DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) the default for its American users, Mozilla has assured culture secretary Nicky Morgan that this won't be the case in the UK. DoH has been fairly controversial, with the Internet Services Providers Association (ISPAUK) nominating Mozilla for an 'Internet Villain' over the whole thing, saying it will "bypass UK filtering obligations and parental controls, undermining internet safety standards in the UK." In his letter to Morgan, Mozilla vice president of global policy, trust and security, Alan Davidson, stressed t