Unbound does cache DNS entries, but there was also serious discussion about
whether or not the cache is a privacy risk/anonymity leak, but I feel it's
worth the trade-off since public DNS servers do the same thing.
On Sun, Oct 16, 2016 at 2:23 PM, Petrusko <petru...@riseup.net> wrote:
> Humm, I've not checked on the torproject website, tuto how to build a
> It can be nice to link a tutorial : how to set up quickly and easily a
> DNS resolver to increase privacy ?
> May be exit operators can understand it's not really a big job to
> apt-get install unbound (an example)
> and use root DNS servers.
> I've always read using root DNS is not very good for speed... but if I'm
> not wrong Unbound (and others) have a cache ?
> 16/10/2016 12:52, Toralf Förster :
> > Adding different nameserver= lines to /etc/resolv.conf than 22.214.171.124
> > shouldn't be a big thing, or ?
> PubKey EBE23AE5
> C0BF 2184 4A77 4A18 90E9 F72C B3CA E665 EBE2 3AE5
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