Unbound DNS resolver? Cut out the middleman!

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Why be exposed to privacy risks by using public DNS servers when you can have your own proper validating, recursive, caching DNS resolver? In the following guide we will install and configure our own instance of a popular DNS resolver. We will use Unbound from NLnet Labs on a Debian based linux distro, but you can use this same configuration file across kernels and other supported operating systems. To install, open the terminal and paste the following command: sudo apt install unbound Some error messages may appear

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