[tor-relays] PSA regarding Quad9 DNS Resolver
Nathaniel Suchy (Lunorian)
me at lunorian.is
Fri May 11 21:45:41 UTC 2018
As long as their alternate resolvers do not censor any queries it's
(probably) allowed and will (probably) not get you flagged as a bad exit
for censoring traffic.
On 5/11/18 12:24 PM, nusenu wrote:
> Toralf Förster:
>> On 05/11/2018 01:41 PM, Nathaniel Suchy (Lunorian) wrote:
>>> Like OpenDNS, Quad9 is a censoring DNS resolver
>> Is this true for 18.104.22.168 too ?
>> Is there a service that Quad9 offers that does not have the blocklist
>> or other security?
>> The primary IP address for Quad9 is 22.214.171.124, which includes the
>> blocklist, DNSSEC validation, and other security features. However,
>> there are alternate IP addresses that the service operates which do
>> not have these security features. These might be useful for testing
>> validation, or to determine if there are false positives in the Quad9
>> Secure IP: 126.96.36.199 Provides: Security blocklist, DNSSEC, No EDNS
>> Client-Subnet sent. If your DNS software requires a Secondary IP
>> address, please use the secure secondary address of 188.8.131.52
>> Unsecured IP: 184.108.40.206 Provides: No security blocklist, DNSSEC, sends
>> EDNS Client-Subnet. If your DNS software requires a Secondary IP
>> address, please use the unsecured secondary address of
>> Note: Use only one of these sets of addresses secure or unsecured.
>> Mixing secure and unsecured IP addresses in your configuration may
>> lead to your system being exposed without the security enhancements,
>> or your private data may not be fully protected
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