[talk] DNS over TLS

mikel king mikel.king at gmail.com
Thu Sep 12 18:38:18 EDT 2019

+1 for Paul Vixie speaking... I’d make the 2+ hr trek for that! ;)


> On Sep 12, 2019, at 18:19, Brian Reynolds <nycbug-talk at reynolds.users.panix.com> wrote:
> George Rosamond wrote:
>> If you haven't heard, Firefox is enabling DOT by default.
>> I wasn't at the Vixie talk at vBSDCon on Friday, but apparently it is
>> worth hearing. We need to get him to speak when he's in NYC.
>> DOT means no more dns lookups over UDP to the locally configured
>> resolvers, but all straight to Cloudflare.
> It is my understanding that Paul Vixie was to talk about DNS over
> These both may have privacy and anonymity concerns, but I don't think
> that they have the same concerns.
> A meeting about both of these methods, and how we got here (i.e., why
> not DNSSEC) would be a good one.
>> This is the relevant js to change in any user.js config file to never
>> use DOT:
>> https://wiki.mozilla.org/Trusted_Recursive_Resolver
>> pref("network.trr.mode", 5);
> I think you can also change that in Firefox's about:config page.  It
> looks like you can change the resolver name an url also.
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