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>>51575496
my favourites: .chan .micro and .null

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>>51575496
>not dnscrypt plus unbound (hardened) to enforce DNSSEC and act as a cache
>not using the no-logs dnscrypt servers that are compatible with DNSSEC
>not having fallback DNS servers in your resolv.conf like:

domain home
nameserver 127.0.0.1
options edns0

# Fallback to OpenNIC
nameserver 31.14.133.188
nameserver 81.2.237.32

# Fallback to OpenDNS
nameserver 208.67.222.222
nameserver 208.67.220.220
nameserver 208.67.222.220
nameserver 208.67.220.222

# Fallback to Google as last resort
nameserver 8.8.8.8
nameserver 8.8.4.4

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>>51575533
actually i have a similar setup just without opendns
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>>51575645
I used to have that setup plus squid, but it's a lot of work to set them all up, so I chose not to include squid this time around.
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>>51575533
Why not fall back to your ISP's DNS instead of google's ?
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>>51575777
They are both crap, but it's mostly because I don't know what it is.
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OpenNIC is really good, more servers need to be supporting dnscrypt and propagation needs to become a bit better for their TLDs, but it's still the best DNS around.

.oss and .pirate need more love too.
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>>51576219
If OpenNIC had servers that supported DNSCrypt and DNSSEC, I would definitely use them.
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>>51576259

OpenNIC has dnscrypt support, it's just you need to find out which servers support it yourself.

Check out http://servers.opennicproject.org
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>>51576388
>OpenNIC has dnscrypt support, it's just you need to find out which servers support it yourself.
I am aware, but in case you didn't notice I listed TWO requirements connected by the logical operator AND, not OR.
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>>51576428

The request is a little redundant, since both protocols seem to just authenticate. DNSSEC, like any IETF standard, seems a little impractical for a non-ICANN DNS to implement here anyways.
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>>51575777

Seems to be a "pick your botnet" choice. Neither is favorable.
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>>51578876
Yeah but your ISP already knows most of your behavior online while Google doesn't.
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>>51578938

Google can still guess a lot of your behaviour from what they sniff out on Google Analytics or from CDN served content. Unless you're blocking most Javascript, of course.
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>>51579656
Someone who'd bother setting up unbound and dnscrypt on his machine would be quite stupid not to use uMatrix/RequestPolicy as well.
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>>51575496
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Please, just type them correctly.
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>>51579802
i tried fucking everything
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