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  1. R

    Multiple DNS over TLS (DoT) per device or network?

    I currently have a DoT server configured on my RT-AC68U (Merlin) router's WAN, and all clients on my network are using it without any issues. However, I now need certain clients to use a different DoT server. As configuring DoT directly on these devices is not possible, I need help setting up a...
  2. F

    Noob Alert - OpenVPN, Stubby, Diversion

  3. rgnldo

    Unbound - Authoritative Recursive Caching DNS Server

    Unbound is a validating, recursive, caching DNS resolver. It is designed to be fast and lean and incorporates modern features based on open standards. Late 2019, Unbound has been rigorously audited, which means that the code base is more resilient than ever. To help increase online privacy...
  4. sfx2000

    gl-iNet USB150 - might be one of most interesting devices in 2019

    They're either going to like me or hate me - they got a lot of attention just ahead of Chinese New Year, and got caught short of inventory... It's a USB Router-AP that is ATH9K based. Wireless hackers (white hat as well as black hat) know how sweet...
  5. mirage221

    Adding Stubby to AsusWRT Merlin

    Hi, have a look at these links - and a new IETF approved privacy-enabling feature for DNS. DNS requests are extremely revealing about user activity, since they identify every server you seek out...