https://twitter.com/TheHackersNews/status/1083283501061980160“Google Public DNS Service (184.108.40.206) Now Supports DNS-over-TLS #Security Feature […] It not just helps in hiding your web-browsing history from ISPs and eavesdroppers, but also prevents DNS spoofing attacks.”
Am I the only paranoid guy who thinks that if I'm asking Google for a domain name, I'm effectively telling Google I'm accessing said domain?
@notabeneYou are wrong, if you left DNS prefetching on. In that case, you are only saying google that you may access that site because a link to it was presented to you, somewhere.@aral
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