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Mention DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS capable servers #68

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Mikaela opened this issue Apr 6, 2019 · 0 comments

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commented Apr 6, 2019

When I open OpenNIC.org I am offered the closest server addresses, they don't mention whether they support DNS over TLS or DNS over HTTPS or not.

I think DNS over TLS is important for Android users as starting from 9 a DoT server can be specified without installing third party apps. It's also supported by systemd-resolved.

DNS over HTTPS again is supported by Firefox as Trusted Recursive DNS and Intra (Android 4.0+ app). In case of Firefox, it's currently required for eSNI support which is why I would prefer to not disable it for OpenNIC.

From #34 I see that servers.opennic.org is not related to this repository, but I would request DoT and DoH markers there like there currently is DNSCrypt. (CC: @Shdwdrgn).

In privacytoolsIO/privacytools.io#785 it's mentioned that only ns7.eng.gb.dns.opennic.glue is official server supporting DoT and BlahDNS supports OpenNIC TLDs. I hope the two will become more supported within OpenNIC in the future as adoption of them increases.

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