Configuring DNS over HTTPS (DoH)
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a technology that encrypts traffic sent to DNS-server, which greatly improves security and complicates the blocking of resources, and is also one of the means to combat MITM. DoH is usually configured directly in the browser, but if the ISP blocks communication on port 53 with third-party servers, use alternative DNS configuring DoH in the browser will not be enough, as many applications can also stop working correctly.
To configure DoH, you need install third party DNS serverssupporting this technology, for example DNS-Server Google or Cloudflare.
Configuring DoH in Browsers
To set up DoH in Chrome, do the following:
To configure DoH in Firefox, do the following:
Configuring DoH in Windows 10
To set up DoH on Windows 10, do the following:
- In the registry editor go to
Acomputer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Dnscache\Parameters(you can copy this path and paste it into the address bar instead of the word
Acomputer), in the right half of the window, right-click on an empty space, select "Create → DWORD parameter (32 bit)" and provide a title
- Reboot your device to accept changes to the service settings DNS.