DNS queries can leak a lot of personal information related to your Internet browsing. Encrypting your DNS traffic via HTTPS (called ‘DoH’ – ‘DNS over HTTPS’) is one mitigation, and Mozilla said this week that it is adding DoH support into its browser. Over on the Mozilla Hacks blog, Lin Clark has put together some cartoon explainers going over what HTTPS and DNS are, what DoH is and how it works, and why it will help secure your browsing. If you’re looking for a technical explainer that is still accessible for a less tech-savvy reader, check it out.
Source: moz://a HACKS