You can configure your Chrome Browser to use our encrypted DNS using DNS over HTTPS protocol. With DNS over HTTPS (also known as DoH), your DNS communication is encrypted and cannot be intercepted by your network provider. It also allows your browser to communicate with our DNS servers when you are on some Public Wi-Fi or with some Internet Service Providers that forces the use of their DNS by doing DNS-Hijacking.
To configure DNS over HTTPS on Chrome Browser you can follow these steps:
- In the Chrome address bar enter the URL: chrome://settings/security
- Under Advanced, enable the Use secure DNS option.
- Choose the second option and in the drop down list select the Customised option.
- In the text field under, enter this URL: https://ns2.liberador.net/
Once Chrome is configured with our DNS over HTTPS, verify that you are able to validate the DNS configuration on your Liberador account page here : https://liberador.net/accounts/profile/
- When you configure DNS over HTTPS on your Chrome Browser, you will use our DNS over HTTPS only when browsing with Chrome.
- If you want to encrypt DNS when using other browsers, you will need to also configure these browsers with DNS over HTTPS.
- Other applications that connects directly to the internet will also not use our DNS over HTTPS unless you configure DNS over HTTPS at the OS level.