DNS Over HTTPS Seeks To Make Internet Use More Private
Networkworld, November 20th, 2018
December 2, 2018,
Volume 248, Issue 4

"The IETF has standardized DNS over HTTPS (DOH), which encrypts DNS queries so eavesdroppers can't tell what sites users connect to," reports Scott Hogg in Networkworld.

"Unauthorized interception of DNS traffic provides enough information to ascertain internet users' thoughts, desires, hopes and dreams. Not only is there concern for privacy from nearby nosey neighbors, but governments and corporations could use that information to learn about individuals' internet behavior and use it to profile them and their organization for political purposes or target them with ads..."

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