Mozilla is starting to roll out encrypted web domain name requests by default, starting with a trial run in the US. The move aims to prevent malicious actors from snooping on browser activity, in a major boost for user privacy.
And while on the topic of DoH, here's another reason why I don't like what Mozilla has become over the past recent years: https://t.co/FoZCis8Oz4
— Eric Sauvageau (@RMerlinDev) September 7, 2019
Looks like Mozilla want to make DNS over HTTPS the default, despite this being a terrible idea for privacy and a nightmare for anyone trying to debug DNS on a network.https://t.co/jpP4iiLCSr
— Paul (@pwaring) September 7, 2019