[tor-relays] lets stop using central big DNS resolvers (Google, Level3, OpenDNS, Quad9, Cloudflare)
Nathaniel Suchy (Lunorian)
me at lunorian.is
Fri May 11 12:28:08 UTC 2018
I dislike OpenNIC as they are operating their own TLDs - this would end
up being confusing as some Tor Exits would allow access to OpenNIC TLDs
and others would not.
On 5/11/18 8:18 AM, Famicoman wrote:
> OpenNIC is always an option, https://www.opennic.org
> On Fri, May 11, 2018, 8:12 AM Tyler Durden <virii at enn.lu
> <mailto:virii at enn.lu>> wrote:
> Ah well I should look more into the services of EDRi members :D
> In this case I will give it a try as a fallback instead of google
> and we will see how it performs.
> Am 11. Mai 2018 14:04:37 MESZ schrieb Christian Pietsch
> <christian.pietsch at digitalcourage.de
> <mailto:christian.pietsch at digitalcourage.de>>:
> Hi Tyler,
> hi all,
> On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 10:37:00PM +0000, Tyler Durden wrote:
> The situation is very unlikely to change unless there is a
> major player
> on "our side" which offers a free, censorship-free,
> resilient and stable
> DNS Service.
> You are welcome to use our free, censorship-free, resilient and stable
> DNS resolver:
> $ host dns2.digitalcourage.de <http://dns2.digitalcourage.de>
> dns2.digitalcourage.de <http://dns2.digitalcourage.de> has address 184.108.40.206
> dns2.digitalcourage.de <http://dns2.digitalcourage.de> has IPv6 address 2a02:2970:1002:0:5054:8aff:fe12:db49
> Whether you consider Digitalcourage e.V. a major player is up to you.
> Here is some background in English: https://digitalcourage.de/en
> (Tyler, I know you know us since we as an EDRi member supported your
> organisation's entry application.)
> More specific information on our DNS relays is available in German
> only <https://digitalcourage.de/support/zensurfreier-dns-server>
> but see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digitalcourage for a summary.
> This is not a huge machine but it could take some more load. We have
> configured DNSSEC and are looking into implementing DNS-over-TLS now.
> You might ask what happened to dns.digitalcourage.de <http://dns.digitalcourage.de>. That is our
> older open DNS resolver. We have run it since 2009. It has been
> overloaded recently, and we recommend that people switch to dns2.
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