Your ISP spies on your Internet traffic out of your location. They all do it. It another way that they make money. They sell the details of your internet traffic to advertisers on their network and other advertising networks in order to sell products back to you. The personalized ads that you see on your browser pages are in part due to your ISP spying on you.
DNS-over-HTTPS and DNS-over-TLS is a means to shield your internet traffic from your ISP. In previous days, it was possible to use the DNS of a company such as Google, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, as you DNS, however then Google can watch your traffic instead of your own ISP; Not much of an Improvement.
If you follow the guide below, you will be informed of the layout and configurations necessary to run your own, independent DNS server, from your hosted Web server, which can in turn power your DNS for internal local networks and your devices. It provides a roll-your-own type of approach to Internet and network security.
How To Host Your Own DNS-over-HTTPS And DNS-over-TLS Services
Saturday, October 10, 2020
With Technitium DNS Server, you can not just consume DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) or DNS-over-TLS (DoT) services using forwarders but you can also host these services yourself. There can be several reasons to host your own DoH or DoT service. You may wish to have better privacy by not sharing your data with public DNS providers. Or your network or ISP blocks popular DoT and DoH services and also interferes with unencrypted DNS traffic.
In this post, we will setup DoT and DoH services on a cloud server and configure a locally running Technitium DNS Server to use the DoH service as a forwarder bypassing any network restrictions that may be in place.