DNS-over-HTTPS on Chromium based browsers

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DNS resolution over an encrypted HTTPS connection prevents tampering, eavesdropping and spoofing, greatly enhancing privacy and security between client and public DNS service. It complements DNSSEC to provide end-to-end authenticated DNS lookups. We can discuss the many caveats of the current centralization of DNS in this approach, considering the absense of ISPs’ engagement in the implementation of their own DNS-over-HTTPS(DoH) or DNS-over-TLS(DoT) solutions, but that’s a matter for another time

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