🔒 Oblivious DoH Deep Dive with Sudheesh Singanamalla
DNS is the foundation of a human-usable Internet and the traditional DNS protocol is unencrypted and leaks user information. Recent efforts to secure DNS with DoT and DoH have been gaining traction and are securing user DNS traffic. These protocols enable DNS resolvers to associate query contents with client identities in the form of IP addresses. Oblivious DNS over HTTPS (ODoH) addresses this problem and was proposed in an IETF draft.
In this segment, we'll go through the protocol and some research measurements showing how the protocol is a practical way forward to improving privacy in DNS.