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Encrypted DNS – DNS over HTTPS (DoH) Support

DNS over HTTPS (and HTTP2) support is now available. DoH encrypts and secures DNS traffic via HTTPS for privacy and security reasons.

DNS over HTTPS is a new protocol designed to encrypt and secure DNS traffic over HTTPS (or HTTP/2). It prevents DNS hijacking and ISPs from sniffing your traffic. We built an anycast network for our DoH service to give you a good performance, like you would get with our DNSCrypt or standard DNS services.

Both IPv4 and IPv6 support is available. It has been tested and verified working with DNSCrypt-proxy and FireFox implementation (both GET and POST formats).

Family Filter

Our family filter Blocks access to all adult, pornographic and explicit sites. It also blocks proxy and VPN domains that could be used to bypass our filters. Mixed content sites (like Reddit) are also blocked. Google, Bing and Youtube are set to the Safe Mode.



Adult Filter

Our adult filter blocks access to all adult, pornographic and explicit sites. It does not block proxy or VPNs, nor mixed-content sites. Sites like Reddit are allowed. Google and Bing are set to the Safe Mode.



Security Filter

Our security blocks access to phishing, malware and malicious domains. It does not block adult content.


Updated on November 17, 2022
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