From the ElevenPaths Innovation and Laboratory Area we have created our own DoH server (beta) that filters out malicious domains thanks to our intelligence system. As well as improving the user’s security, it also safeguards their privacy.
It is very easy to use thanks to our Firefox extension. As it is a beta version, we cannot guarantee SLAs, but our tests have been satisfactory enough to be able to release it publicly.
For more information, and to download the DoH server, visit https://doh-beta.e-paths.com.
How Do You Use It?
Like for any other DoH, it is necessary to modify your Chrome or Firefox settings. If you use Firefox, it is as simple as installing our extension from https://easydoh.e-paths.com, which already has our server built in.
Soon, it will also be possible to use it from https://thethe.e-paths.com as a plugin to check for malicious domains.
What Are The Advantages?
This server filters out malicious domains that come from our intelligence systems. There is still a lot to improve, but we will do it in a transparent way and we hope that it will be increasingly more effective.
What Is DoH?
Some time ago, the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) raised the RFC proposal for DNS over HTTPS, which is about resolving domains through the well-known HTTPS.
This technology goes beyond what it may seem for two reasons: firstly because it is a new resolution paradigm that removes the foundations of the network, and secondly because the backing of having RFC together with the interest shown by browsers (eager for the power this grants them) has made them launch their implementation in record time.