DNS over HTTPS: things to consider when you go “private”

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DNS over HTTPS: things to consider when you go “private”

What it means for privacy, security, and parental controls, and whether there’s a way to have them all. The term “DNS over HTTPS (DoH)” has been hitting the headlines in the past month: Google announced its general availability in June, and in July, Mozilla was nominated for “2019 Internet Villains” by the UK Internet Services […]

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Source: blog.synology.com
 
I hadn't heard of 'DNS over HTTPS' before.

I'm using AdGuard on my Synology via Docker, and my router (RT2600ac) now has 1.2.3 installed.

Does anyone know if enabling DNS over HTTPS on my router could cause problems when also run with AdGaurd? (Or vice versa)
 
I hadn't heard of 'DNS over HTTPS' before.

I'm using AdGuard on my Synology via Docker, and my router (RT2600ac) now has 1.2.3 installed.

Does anyone know if enabling DNS over HTTPS on my router could cause problems when also run with AdGaurd? (Or vice versa)
It won't. I have the same setup and there is no problem. ADGuard runs on DoH already anyways
 
Don't use DoH.

Use DoT.
Care to provide any reasoning for this?

its amusing how some people are getting worked up about this. If folk are pointing upstream to Google DNS, be that DOH or not, then Google already will have their browsing history.

Thats why I chose to trust Cloudflare (with DoH) over the folks at Mountain View.

Alternatively roll your own DNS server and point it to root servers. Less snooping, less protection, but no-one but you collecting your DNS request logs.
 
Correct! Apparently if DoH is enabled the DNS values in Internet settings will be ignored (see this reddit post).
Thanks

Oh gosh how distracted I am!
Not sure if it showed before but when you enable DOH there's a warning message that the DNS will change (please see pic attached) :)
 

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The article seems to make two points:

1) For enterprises DoH is bad because it reduces monitoring visibility and makes control harder
2) It's not a magic bullet for security / anonymity

...well 'Duh' to both those points. but for the average home / SoHo user, the former isn't relevant, and the latter should be obvious, as there aren't any magic bullets where security is concerned - it's a constantly evolving battleground.

Making Requests - Cloudflare Resolver is the better article. I also notice that CloudFlare's DoH resolver supports DoT.

Definitely agree that DoT is a better solution than DoH, but only the latter is currently doable in SRM.
 

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