Guest Post: Study shows clients can distribute DNS queries across a set of popular recursive resolvers without performance degradation.
Guest Post: Looking for a way to improve privacy and security of your DNS? Run it through Tor.
Guest Post: DoH resolver lists are not comprehensive, which makes it difficult for network administrators to entirely block DoH connections.
Guest Post: A free (even for commercial use), generic, TLS decryption proxy for protocols using TLS encryption.
Guest Post: The consultation closed six months ago but the promised analysis and conclusions have yet to be published, so Andrew Campling did his own.
Guest Post: A lot of groups develop great cybersecurity intelligence. Can we apply that knowledge via public resolvers?
Guest Post: New DNS benchmarking tool aims to simulate real clients and their behaviour.
ODOH, protocol design tradeoffs and more.
Opinion: The NSA recently issued some advice on DoH. It wasn’t necessarily bad advice, but it was not well received.
Are newly proposed DNS privacy measures bringing us closer to application-level autonomy from existing infrastructure?