The tech news has been abuzz recently regarding DNS over HTTP, or DoH for short. Some articles portray it as the savior of personal privacy and security. Others paint a grim picture of DoH destroying all protections and ability to police the internet. The reality is of course a little of both.
Primer: DNS is the system which translates an internet server name, such as myspecificbank.com, to an address that can be found on the internet, which looks something like 242.253.1.59. Today, those requests are visible to any prying eyes and can be used to target hacking attacks or redirect users.Read More