Latest Chrome Release Encrypts DNS Requests by Default — Where Your ISP Lets It

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“A unusual chance to get started from a clean and reliable slate”

Chrome 83, the most current launch of a browser used by billions globally, will encrypt Domain Name Program (DNS) requests — internet site look-ups — by default in a landmark go.

Google’s Chrome will comply with Mozilla Firefox in earning DNS-about-HTTPS (DoH) the default DNS environment for users, exactly where their current DNS companies help it, and give handbook configuration choices for other individuals. Chrome 83 started off rolling out on May well 19.

For the previous 35 yrs DNS requests have been absolutely transparent

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