I would be interested to know what you guys' approach to DNS servers is. Do you just use whatever your ISP provides? Or do you set up your own DNS server? Do you use a privacy oriented third party? Or I have even heard of a DNS server that runs on the client machine itself (Unbound) that directly caches from the DNS root servers? Anyway would like to know the general opinion here...

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(Chaosradio on this topic in German... chaosradio.de/cr250-dns )

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@gabor filtering unbound on my VPS (for wireguard tunnels while mobile) and at home. It's forwarding to a bunch of providers round-robin so nobody sees it all.

It's described in part of this: mark-brandis.gitlab.io/blog/po

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