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So I went with DNSimple after looking at a few different companies. Initial experience is good, I like their ethos, and their support is friendly. Here’s a referral link if anyone is interested (we both get $5 credit if you sign up).

My DNS is all now managed with #Terraform (this provider), stored in Git, with the Terraform state file in Nextcloud so I can safely edit on multiple machines. They have good APIs so all sorts of automation is possible if that’s your thing (hey, it's 2018 - it should be your thing!).

#DNSimple #registrar #DNS #sysadmin
 
Can anyone recommend a good #DNS provider and #domain #registrar, maybe in the UK, or an ethical provider elsewhere? It's only small-scale personal DNS, 6 domains currently.

My current provider has just messed up my zones, and if they don't come up with a good explanation I am considering moving elsewhere.

I'm possibly thinking of management via #Terraform, or something else infrastructure-as-code - so does anyone have any experience of any of the providers which would meet those criteria? On a quick look, DNSimple looks good.
 
#Russia #internet #war #DNS #Western #interference #politics
 
#DNS #TLS #Security #HTTPS
 
A cartoon intro to #DNS over #HTTPS // #security #privacy
A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS
 

Improving DNS Privacy in Firefox


Domain Name Service (DNS) is one of the oldest parts of internet architecture, and remains one that has largely been untouched by efforts to make the web safer and more ...
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17203951
Posted by Vinnl (karma: 3867)
Post stats: Points: 94 - Comments: 59 - 2018-06-01T09:59:27Z

\#HackerNews #dns #firefox #improving #privacy
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DSGVO: Icann verliert Gerichtsstreit über Whois-Daten - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/dsgvo-icann-verliert-gerichtsstreit-ueber-whois-daten-1806-134717.html
#DSGVO #Cookies #DNS #Datenschutz #Denic #Icann #Internet #PolitikRecht #Security
 
A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS https://hacks.mozilla.org/2018/05/a-cartoon-intro-to-dns-over-https/ good, important work from #mozilla

#firefox #freesw #dns
A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS
 
IETF: Mozilla-Entwickler beschreibt Vorteile von DNS über HTTPS - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/ietf-mozilla-entwickler-beschreibt-vorteile-von-dns-ueber-https-1805-134699.html
#DNS #Browser #Cloudflare #Firefox #IETF #QUIC #Server-Applikationen #TCP #WCO #Mozilla
 
The Benefits of #HTTPS for #DNS
http://bitsup.blogspot.com/2018/05/the-benefits-of-https-for-dns.html
"provide encrypted and authenticated communication between clients and arbitrary DNS resolvers."
 
DSGVO: ICANN will WHOIS-Status in Deutschland gerichtlich klären - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/dsgvo-icann-will-whois-status-in-deutschland-gerichtlich-klaeren-1805-134624.html
#DSGVO #Cookies #DNS #Datenschutz #Denic #Icann #iWork #Internet #PolitikRecht #Security
 
#pfSense is a fantastic project/environment to manage a small/medium #network. Yet, those who have had the joy of setting up a box with pfSense installed, have come across fustrations at times due to its complexity. #Privacy is a big thing these days and setting up an internal home network with pfSense installed it a good way to manage your #network traffic in a privacy conscious way. This is even more true when you have a good #VPN #subscription that you can configure in pfSense. Yet, this is not a trivial task for the faint hearted ...

However, after many months I have finally come across what se... show more
 
Denic: Deutsches Whois wird zur Selbstauskunft - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/denic-deutsches-whois-wird-zur-selbstauskunft-1805-134586.html
#Cookies #DNS #DSGVO #Datenschutz #Denic #Icann #Internet #PolitikRecht #Security
 
Die #DNS Adresse des Servers von mumod.kromonos.net wurde nicht gefunden.
:-\
#dns
 
In c't uplink gibt es diesmal wieder wie gewohnt drei Themen. Wir klären: Welche TVs und Beamer sind für die WM geeignet? Wie kann ich mit einem Raspi Schadcode und Werbung abwehren? Was muss man über die DSGVO wissen?
c't uplink 22.3: Beamer und TVs für die WM, Raspi als Internet-Filter und DSGVO für Dummies
#Beamer #DNS #DSGVO #RaspberryPi #ctuplink
 
‘Blocking Pirate Sites Through Court is Uncertain, Slow and Expensive’ https://torrentfreak.com/blocking-pirate-sites-through-court-is-uncertain-slow-and-expensive-180517/ it won't stop at #copyright
They just plant the seed for #censorship at #dns level
‘Blocking Pirate Sites Through Court is Uncertain, Slow and Expensive’
 

AT&T explains why it blocked Cloudflare DNS: It was just an accident


HN link: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16995856
Posted by jgrahamc (karma: 66523)
Post stats: Points: 138 - Comments: 73 - 2018-05-04T16:31:31Z

\#HackerNews #accident #att #blocked #cloudflare #dns #explains #just #was #why
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Netmap- und Mellanox-Treiber: BBC veröffentlicht Patches zur Kernel-Umgehung - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/netmap-und-melllanox-treiber-bbc-veroeffentlicht-patches-zur-kernel-umgehung-1805-134231.html
#OpenSource #BBC #DNS #Linux #Linux-Kernel #Treiber #Unternehmenssoftware #API #Applikationen #Wirtschaft
 
When discussing viable options for private and secure messengers here we often complained that Moxie Marlinspike is vehemently opposed to open up Signal's server source code in order to enable an alternative infrastructure, let alone a federated network.

And now, guess what happened.

Amazon threatens to suspend Signal's AWS account over censorship circumvention


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Direct access to Signal has been censored in Egypt, Oman, Qatar, and UAE for the past 1.5 years. These countries attempt to block Signal by blocking connections to Signal servers from all ISPs. [...]
With Google Cloud and AWS out of the picture, it seems that domain fronting as a censorship circumvention technique is now largely non-viable in the countries where Signal had enabled this feature. [...]
In the meantime, the censors in these countries will have (at least temporarily) achieved their goals. Sadly, they didn’t have to do anything but wait.
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Linux Mint Slow DNS

My DNS lookups have been hella slow for about a month. Not so on my Windoze machines.

Anybody know why?

#Linux #Mint #DNS #Lookup #Slow

System: Kernel: 4.13.0-39-generic x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 5.4.0)
Desktop: Cinnamon 3.6.7 (Gtk 3.18.9-1ubuntu3.3)
Distro: Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia
Network: Card-1: Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection
driver: e1000e v: 3.2.6-k port: 4060 bus-ID: 00:19.0
Card-2: Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor Peak]
driver: iwlwifi bus-ID: 02:00.0
IF: wlp2s0 state: up mac:
 
Есть необходимость перенести из сервиса #Яндекс PDD (почта для домена) порядка 20 доменов
(только для делегирования, почту я сам настрою наверное)

что можете предло... show more
 
Die neunte Version des Android-Betriebssystems kann ab sofort DNS-Datenverkehr über einen verschlüsselten Kanal empfangen und senden.
Android P verschlüsselt DNS-Anfragen
#AndroidP #DNS #DNSoverTLS
 

DNS is about to get into a world of trouble with GDPR


#about #dns #gdpr #into #trouble #world
 
Android: Google integriert sichere DNS-Abfrage in Android P - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/android-google-integriert-sichere-dns-abfrage-in-android-p-1804-133916.html
#AndroidP #Android #DNS #GoogleIO #Server-Applikationen #API #Google #Server #Security
 

Hey ! What do you guys think about this ??


#linux #privacy #dns #snowden #internet
 
Facebook is only one of many whom track of course, and their are lots of ways to approach it - you can hide or mix your traffic with #VPN's or #Tor, you can filter your traffic with #DNS blocks and proxies, you can strip it with browser extensions... however keep in mind, connections go down, new addresses pops up, things get inlined behind #HTTPS ... or one opens a different browser, or on a different device, or after an update which breaks extensions.. and somewhere, with someone, a new data point will be created.

They are a multi-billion dollar company, employing those skilled in such arts, with massive hardware installations dedicated to this as it is their core business. I doubt anyone could truely avoid entirely the stalking, only mitigate it, though we also need not make it easy for them.
 
#Brexit could play havoc with the web and email addresses of British companies using the .eu #dns domain. They will lose the right to these domains unless an agreement is reached.

eco International: BREXIT and 300,000 Domain Names: EU Commission Decision on the .eu Top-Level Domain | eco International (Judith Ellis)

 
#DNS

Conventional DNS traffic is going to be increasingly monetized by Internet providers, and it will remain a tool of both states and criminals to steer Internet users into harm's way. But it's unlikely that major operating-system developers are going to embrace armoring up DNS in a way that's accessible to most users, because they're often in the same monetization game as ISPs. On top of that, those developers could face resistance to making changes from some governments that want to preserve DNS-monitoring capabilities.

So for now, these protocols are going to remain the tool of the few who care enough about privacy to go the extra mile. Here's hoping that the privacy community around DNSCrypt continues to care enough to push things forward.

How to keep your ISP’s nose out of your browser history with encrypted DNS

Using Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1, other DNS services still requires some command-line know-how.
#dns
 

DNS Market Share Analysis – Identifying the Most Popular DNS Providers



HN link: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16790891
Posted by nykolasz (karma: 391)
Post stats: Points: 4 - Comments: 0 - 2018-04-09T06:39:29Z

\#hackernews #dns #market #share #analysis  identifying #the #most #popular #dns #providers
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DNS Market Share Analysis — Identifying the Most Popular DNS providers

There has never been so many DNS options for us to use right now. From Google's 8.8.8.8, to Quad9, OpenDNS, CloudFlare, CleanBrowsing or…
 

How to keep your ISP’s nose out of your browser history with encrypted DNS



HN link: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16787498
Posted by azizuysal (karma: 162)
Post stats: Points: 305 - Comments: 109 - 2018-04-08T18:31:03Z

\#hackernews #how #to #keep #your #isps #nose #out #of #your #browser #history #with #encrypted #dns
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How to keep your ISP’s nose out of your browser history with encrypted DNS

Using Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1, other DNS services still requires some command-line know-how.
 

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How to keep your ISP’s nose out of your browser history with encrypted DNS
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Post stats: HN Link: link - Posted by: transpute - Points: 381 - Comments: 266 - 2018-04-08T16:44:03Z

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How to keep your ISP’s nose out of your browser history with encrypted DNS



"Open" DNS services provide a way of bypassing ISPs' services for reasons of privacy and security—and in some places, evading content filtering, surveillance, and censorship. And on April 1 (not a joke), Cloudflare launched its own new, free high-performance authoritative DNS service designed to enhance users' privacy on the Internet. This new offering also promised a way to hide DNS traffic completely from view—encryption.

Named for its Internet Protocol address, 1.1.1.1 is the result of a partnership with the research group of APNIC, the Asia-Pacific Internet registry. While it's also available as an "open" conventional DNS resolver (and a very fast one at that), Cloudflare is supporting two encrypted DNS protocols.

While executed with some unique Cloudflare flare, 1.1.1.1 isn't the first encrypted DNS service by any means — Quad9, Cisco's OpenDNS, Google's 8.8.8.8 service, and a host of smaller providers support various schemes to encrypt DNS requests en... show more
 
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