home of a collaborative open project to promote, implement and deploy DNS Privacy. The goals of this project include:
Among the many contributors to this project
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QUICK START GUIDE
Clients: Meet 'Stubby' - a DNS Privacy stub resolver for use on client machines.
Test servers: See information on the current list of DNS Privacy test servers available
Implementation status: See the current status of DNS-over-TLS implementations in various DNS software
DNS-over-TLS demo video: Watch a short video demonstrating TCP connection re-use, pipelining, TCP Fast Open and DNS-over-TLS
LATEST: Watch the IETF 97 EDU DNS Privacy Tutorial!
Overview of DNS Privacy Status
High level overview of ongoing work on DNS Privacy with monthly updates
IETF Working Groups
Catch up with the latest standards being developed to support DNS Privacy in the DPRIVE Working group
Work on adaptive discovery mechanisms for DNS is happening in the ADD Working Group
For a list of useful RFCs, Internet Drafts and
Catch up with our progress on the DNS-over-TLS Blog
Thanks to NLnet Foundation, OTF and the Comcast Innovation Fund for donations to support DNS Privacy work. Thanks for past support from Verisign Labs.
If you are interested in contributing to the project please contact:
- Sara Dickinson (email@example.com)
- Allison Mankin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Benno Overeinder (benno@NLnetLabs.nl)
We now have a twitter account: and a YouTube channel
Comments, JIRA and Bitbucket Access
After a spate of spam comments we have reluctantly change permissions so that commenting on pages requires a user account.
An account also provides access to submit general privacy issues in the issue tracker and contribute to the code repositories create a user account (note that Stubby has it's own issue tracker in github):