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Dnscrypt Anonymous 03/23/2018 (Fri) 00:50:40 [Preview] No. 12513
Um.

What is up with dnscrypt-proxy?

The project has been abandoned?

What is the replacement?


Anonymous 03/23/2018 (Fri) 05:59:11 [Preview] No.12514 del
I think they have no more modifications to do... They can't change low-level stuff because it has to be approved by IETF, from what I know.
Are you using OpenNIC servers? Because if you use it in a server that doesn't support dnscrypt the connection will not be encrypted. Also, if you're using Tor, just enable TorDNS and it will already encrypt dns requests.


Anonymous 03/23/2018 (Fri) 20:47:12 [Preview] No.12515 del
>>12514
Using the Tor bundle, which handles dns itself. At least, I've never seen it leak dns requests. I'm aware that setting up a stand alone Tor relay or router (or a regular browser proxied through Tor, etc.) requires more dns diligence.

I like using Dnscrypt for clearnet stuff, which I still use for certain situations. Not chan browsing, obviously.

If you're curious, I use Bind9(forward and caching mode) -> Dnscrypt.

My real problem here is if people stop running Dnscrypt servers and/or the list of servers stops being updated. The lack of comment about this is alarming. Maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places?

Dnscrypt2 is apparently a thing now, but I'm only keeping an eye on it, not using it. At least not until I hear from the greater community that this is the next thing.


Sheka 03/25/2018 (Sun) 10:28:21 [Preview] No.12526 del
dnscrypt is alive and kicking: https://dnscrypt.info



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