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TotalPlay intercepta las peticiones de DNS y las suplanta.
5 projects | /r/mexico | 17 May 2023
¿Ya intentaste con DnsCrypt?5 projects | /r/mexico | 17 May 2023
Dnscrypt-proxy package need to update
3 projects | /r/OPNsenseFirewall | 8 Apr 2023
Use Portmaster with DNSCrypt
3 projects | /r/PrivacyGuides | 3 Apr 2023
Up until recently, I've used it with quad9 DNS, which is fine, but as people found out, we can make it work with dnscrypt-proxy, which allows us to use DNSCrypt, which basically is a protocol that encrypts, authenticates and optionally anonymizes communications between a DNS client and a DNS resolver. It prevents DNS spoofing. It uses cryptographic signatures to verify that responses originate from the chosen DNS resolver and haven’t been tampered with. (as written at DNSCrypt's official website). That significantly increases our security and privacy (better using Anonymous DNS relays). Cheers
Should you change your DNS server (for gaming, streaming, general speed)
2 projects | /r/pcmasterrace | 18 Mar 2023
If you're changing your DNS, you should be setting up system-wide DNS over HTTPS anyway, and most programs that implement DNS over HTTPS (like dnscrypt-proxy) also choose the lowest latency server from a list of servers on their own
When can the ISP record the URL metadata and when is it hidden from the ISP?
3 projects | /r/privacy | 13 Mar 2023
You don't even need a Weepy En, just get dnscrypt-proxy. It runs a local DNS server that will connect to multiple others of your choice using DNSSEC or DoH.
Any future plans of adding an ad-blocking DNS server?
3 projects | /r/Quad9 | 9 Mar 2023
See the wiki for installation guide https://github.com/DNSCrypt/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/Installation
What is better DNScrypt, DOH or DOT?
2 projects | /r/fossdroid | 4 Feb 2023
It should be noted that DNSCrypt v2 offers a unique advantage in the form of relays (Anonymized DNSCrypt), which ensure that domain names and client IP addresses from which DNS requests originate are not visible to providers as well (though this is subject to significantly increased latency). DNSCrypt also makes it easier to utilize multiple resolvers of one's choosing in a round robin configuration (though this can be done with DoT via clients like Stubby as well, it is a bit more time-consuming to set up).
Block lists for security
2 projects | /r/dnscrypt | 17 Nov 2022
I care a lot about performance, so it'll be great to have an ads block list for DNSCrypt, minimized in size, and using wildcards: https://github.com/DNSCrypt/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/Filters
Looking for a FOSS antivirus for windows
3 projects | /r/opensource | 15 Nov 2022
You could also use dnscrypt-proxy (or Simple DNSCrypt for a GUI) with custom blocklists to prevent known malicious sites from loading.
01 April 2023 - Weekend Chat Thread
2 projects | /r/indonesia | 1 Apr 2023
The internet is an ad-filled mess. Firefox protects us from it.
4 projects | /r/firefox | 16 Mar 2023
To increase your experience on other devices in any App, set your DNS on your router to an adblocking DNS, like BlahDNS
Has anybody heard or used "BlahDNS"? And do you consider it privacy friendly?
4 projects | /r/PrivacyGuides | 19 Sep 2022
If you can help, please submit a pull request (language improvement) to GitHub repository. https://github.com/ookangzheng/blahdns4 projects | /r/PrivacyGuides | 19 Sep 2022
The downfall of smart TVs: From promises of seamless viewing to ad tool on steroids - Adguard
6 projects | /r/technology | 22 Aug 2022
Does NextDNS have a public DNS with the default blocking settings applied?
3 projects | /r/nextdns | 22 Jun 2022
Other options if all you are looking for are free dns then blahdns.com, controld.com or rethinkdns.com
Breaking news from tech world. Damn.
5 projects | /r/indonesia | 17 Apr 2022
I'm mooving to FOSS... any sugestions??
5 projects | /r/fossdroid | 4 Oct 2021
NetGuard is interesting because it sets up a local VPN and you can set it to block everything from internet access by default and then manually decide what needs internet. Though, it does conflict with Blokada because that is using a local VPN too and you can only use one at a time. You could replace Blokada with uBlock Origin in your browser (I go with Mull) and the Blah-DNS, which is filtering tracking and ads.
What do you think is the safest DNS?
4 projects | /r/privacytoolsIO | 22 Jun 2021
Will there be anymore DNS servers with DNS-over-TLS(DoT) feature other than cloudflare, google and quad9?
2 projects | /r/OPNsenseFirewall | 14 Jun 2021
What are some alternatives?
cloudflared - Cloudflare Tunnel client (formerly Argo Tunnel)
GoodbyeDPI - GoodbyeDPI — Deep Packet Inspection circumvention utility (for Windows)
nextdns - NextDNS CLI client (DoH Proxy)
DNS-over-HTTPS - An implementation of RFC 8484 - DNS Queries over HTTPS (DoH).
AdguardBrowserExtension - AdGuard browser extension
Pi-hole - A black hole for Internet advertisements
udm-utilities - A collection of enhancements for UnifiOS based devices [Moved to: https://github.com/unifi-utilities/unifios-utilities]
AdGuardHome - Network-wide ads & trackers blocking DNS server
unifios-utilities - A collection of enhancements for UnifiOS based devices
dnscrypt-resolvers - Lists of public DNSCrypt / DoH DNS servers and DNS relays