• @iopq@lemmy.world
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    157 months ago

    It’s insecure, which lets governments like China poison it. They straight up block encrypted DNS

    • @knfrmity@lemmygrad.ml
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      107 months ago

      The EU regularly forces DNS server operators to remove entries or redirect certain domains. It’s super easy to circumvent but most users don’t know that.

        • @knfrmity@lemmygrad.ml
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          27 months ago

          The sites I’m thinking of never had their IPs completely blocked, the DNS entries for the domains were just removed. If you were to switch to a non-EU or self-hosted DNS server you’d get to the site.

          But the domains in question are generally ones the US/EU/NATO propaganda machine has told people are bad, so there’s no outrage when they’re blocked. In many cases there are often cheers.

      • @uiiiq@lemm.ee
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        17 months ago

        As long as there is an oversight and rules, I don’t have a problem with that

    • cum
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      17 months ago

      It’s not insecure at all, quite the opposite. Also with DoH, it blends into regular traffic.

      • @iopq@lemmy.world
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        27 months ago

        DoH is blocked in China, they cut any TLS connection to a known DNS server (1.1.1.1, 8.8.8.8, 9.9.9.9, etc.)