Re: Tales from the DNSCrypt: Linux Rising
Your point being? It still lets OpenDNS track what you do, and control what
you can do. Why should we care about this crap?
Now, something that made it easy to deploy CurveDNS proxies and clients
everywhere (which could also work for acessing OpenDNS servers, obviously),
now THAT would be something worth bothering with.
 or anything else that properly secures DNS sessions
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