A new internet protocol is making headlines in the world of enterprise security: DNS over HTTPS. Even though this is of major interest especially for businesses and organizations, regular users will be impacted by it as well. Are you ready for this cybersecurity revolution yourself?
Here’s what all the fuss is about the new DoH protocol. If done right, the hype around it is well-deserved. Once it’s implemented well, DoH can make network communications much more secure.
The new DNS over HTTPS protocol is still relatively new in the world of network connections. First emerged about two years ago, the new protocol is mostly not implemented yet.
When it comes to browsers, Google seems to be the first to it. They recently announced they plan to roll out DNS over HTTPS in the near future.
This guide will tell you what this means and how you can implement DNS over HTTPS yourself, the changes to expect and so on.
What Is DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and How Does This Protocol Work?
First thing’s first, let’s clear up the basics. Not everyone understands exactly what DNS is and how it works, let alone the new DNS over HTTPS.