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Re: [tor-talk] Mozilla's DNS over HTTPS does not complement Tor
You can use network.trr.mode to enforce the use of DoT. IIRC 3 is to
enforce it and not using other DNS. When using network.trr.mode Firefox
should not do any other DNS than DoH. This should adress your concerns.
The best way is to use DoT and to have it directly implemented into your
router or locally on your machine. I don´t think the Mozilla approach is
useless. It´s a better than nothing approach. Last, but not least you
can use different DoH servers in FF. You are not tied to the default.
Though the average Joe may not have the ability to use a custom DoH
server in their Firefox.
BTW, what router manufacturer already has DoT implemented?
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