DNS resolvers

Introduction to DNS Privacy (Internet Society)

Almost every time we use an Internet application, it starts with a Domain Name System (DNS) transaction to map a human-friendly domain name into a set of IP addresses that can be used to deliver packets over the Internet. DNS transactions can therefore be correlated to the applications we use, the web sites we visit, and sometimes even the people we communicate with.


Public resolvers

DNSCrypt: List of public DoH and DNSCrypt servers

PrivacyTools: Encrypted DNS resolvers