Guest Post: A single Internet connected device employing EUI-64 can enable tracking of other devices, even if all other devices use privacy mechanisms such as IPv6 privacy extensions and the ISP employs prefix rotation.
Guest Post: It’s time to upgrade HTTPS to better handle privacy concerns.
Guest Post: Institutions that run their own recursive resolvers and route from their own AS are most susceptible to privacy risks.
Opinion: Can current measures around the globe curtail the power of Big Tech?
Guest Post: Measuring the benefits of traffic encryption technologies.
ODOH, protocol design tradeoffs and more.
Are newly proposed DNS privacy measures bringing us closer to application-level autonomy from existing infrastructure?
Guest Post: There’s been a fair amount of progress made in the realm of DoH over the 12 months but equally more work to be done.
Internet infrastructure has evolved a lot since the 1980s. How well is the DNS coping with all that change?
In August 2019, 3% of users passed their queries through resolvers that actively work to minimize the extent of leakage of superfluous information in DNS queries. What’s changed in 12 months?