Thoughts on DNS-over-HTTPS

Type https://example.com in your web browser’s address bar and hit enter. What happens? Before connecting to the example.com server, your browser must convert “example.com” to the network address at which that server is located. It does this lookup using a protocol called “DNS.” Today, most DNS transactions are conducted in plaintext (not encrypted) by sending¬†UDP¬†messagesContinue reading “Thoughts on DNS-over-HTTPS”