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>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
# Fallback to OpenNIC
# Fallback to OpenDNS
# Fallback to Google as last resort
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.
OpenNIC has dnscrypt support, it's just you need to find out which servers support it yourself.
Check out http://servers.opennicproject.org
>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.
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.
Seems to be a "pick your botnet" choice. Neither is favorable.