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    Default Re: Native Linux support for DoH (DNS over HTTPS)

    Quote Originally Posted by hendwolt View Post
    There is also the competing DNS-over-TLS. I'm currently running a combination of stubby and dnsmasq on my Raspi, that works as a validating DNS resolver + cache for my tiny local network.
    I think I heard about that briefly, but I can't find "dns-over-tls" or "dns-over-https" on https://software.opensuse.org - Is it available anywhere in the system packages?
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    Default Re: Native Linux support for DoH (DNS over HTTPS)

    Quote Originally Posted by MirceaKitsune View Post
    I think I heard about that briefly, but I can't find "dns-over-tls" or "dns-over-https" on https://software.opensuse.org - Is it available anywhere in the system packages?
    Can't find it either.
    There might be a license issue: https://github.com/getdnsapi/getdns/...evelop/LICENSE
    This does not look like any standard open source license to me, even though it seems to allow at least redistribution. But I'm no expert in that field.

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    Default Re: Native Linux support for DoH (DNS over HTTPS)

    In the meantime I found an "experimental" package "stubby" in the "server:dns" repository.
    The package search on the download site doesn't show it on the first attempt.

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    Default Re: Native Linux support for DoH (DNS over HTTPS)

    Quote Originally Posted by MirceaKitsune View Post
    So dnscrypt-proxy is the official implementation for this system under Linux? Will install it and possibly give it a try later. Thanks!
    It can be considered today the defacto choice for people running any OS... there are versions and support for not just Linux, but also BSD, MSWindows, MacOS, Android... maybe more.

    And, take a look at your choice of DNS Servers, some will also provide some anti-malware and anti-advertising although I wouldn't rely on just DNS to manage those types of malware but it's nice to have that extra line of defense.

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