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Suggested article: Understanding DoT and DoH
When it comes to browsing the internet securely, it is important to understand the difference between DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH). Both of these technologies help to secure your DNS lookups and your internet activity, but they do so in different ways.
DoT is an Internet protocol that connects users to DNS servers through a secure TLS (Transport Layer Security) tunnel. While this provides a secure connection, it can be blocked or modified by internet service providers (ISPs), leaving users open to attacks.
DoH, on the other hand, securely connects users to DNS servers through HTTPS, the same protocol used to access websites. This provides a more secure connection since HTTPS is less susceptible to tampering or interference from ISPs or hackers.
When using either protocol, your DNS lookups are kept private, so other people on the network can't see what websites you're visiting or which services you're using. This helps to maintain your privacy and reduces the risk of snooping, data leakage, and other privacy risks.
Want to learn more about these protocols? Check out the following article about the basics of DoT and DoH.