I've been getting ads in some games since yesterday. The one in screenshot is Crowd City. I took the liberty of drawing a shocked emoji (or at least tried) for extra dramatic effect. I'm also showing that it's not one of the excluded apps in Nebulo.Attachment 4867863Attachment 4867865
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DoH (DNS over HTTPS) is a JSON answer format for DNS requests. This protocoll was invented by Google and since July 2018 it's within public usage.
This protocoll runs via Port 443 and it has the advantage for countries with Governmend censorship. When the Censorship is just DNS based it can be bypased with DoH.
DoT (DNS over TLS) is native DNS within a SSL tunnel. You can compare this with your Webbrowser and a HTTPS connection. It's working via Port 853 but in countries with censorship this port will be almost filtered.
I can't give a recommendation which one is faster or not. It's up to you to test and decide which one is better or faster for you. Within my mobile device I have 24x7 the DoT active even when I'm within my own WLAN.
Thanks for all your hard work!
I was wondering what is the most current/latest/recommended DNS servers for the US? I am confused on which IPv4 server/s I should use. I am using them at the router level, specifically for my android TVs. Also, do you recommend installing the certificate even if the browsers are really never used?
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