Improving DNS Privacy in Firefox

Domain Name Service (DNS) is one of the oldest parts of internet architecture, and remains one that has largely been untouched by efforts to make the web safer and more private.  On the Firefox network and security teams, we’re working to change that by encrypting DNS queries and by testing a service that keeps DNS … Lire la suite Improving DNS Privacy in Firefox

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Firefox, DNS over HTTPS and a controversial Shield Study

Mozilla plans to integrate Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) via DNS over HTTPS in a future version of the Firefox browser. Initial functionality lands in Firefox 60 but further improvements will land in future versions such as Firefox 61. DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is in draft-status currently. Designed primarily for situations where DNS lookups may fail … Lire la suite Firefox, DNS over HTTPS and a controversial Shield Study

Howto configure Linux to work with Cloudflare DNS

Linux Follow this quick guide to start using 1.1.1.1 on your Linux device. Ubuntu Step 1: Click System > Preferences > Network Connections. Step 2: Click on the Wireless tab, then choose the Wi-Fi network you are currently connected to. Step 3: Click Edit then click IPv4. Step 4: Change the DNS servers listed to: … Lire la suite Howto configure Linux to work with Cloudflare DNS

Configure DNS Over HTTPS in Firefox

DNS over HTTPS is a relatively new feature to improve the privacy, security and connection reliability of DNS look-ups; the feature is currently in draft status and tested by companies such as Google, Cloudflare or Mozilla. DNS resolves play an important part on today's Internet; domain names that you enter in your browser's address bar … Lire la suite Configure DNS Over HTTPS in Firefox