Mozilla what the fuck are you doing https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/configuring-networks-disable-dns-over-https
@qyliss oh for fuck's sake, what are you even defending against anymore if you just hand your entire threat model an off button
@embr your ad revenue, presumably
@qyliss Do you say 'no' with network level censorship in mind? Because when I read that I thought about DNS resolvers that people might set up themselves for ad/tracker blocking
@mcol trivial to make your self-setup server DoH, and then you can block ads from anywhere.
@qyliss fair point
@qyliss I can't believe it took me until this toot to realize that DoH is going to completely fuck up my work situation (I use Firefox, but IT and nearly every employee uses Chrome, and we have many internal hostnames that don't resolve on the public internet)
@eqe by default it will fall back for non-public hosts, but if you don’t want those sent to CF you can also just disable DoH.
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