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https://1.1.1.1/
#1
INTRODUCING

You’re two minutes away from browsing a faster, more private internet.

what every body think ?

How secure can be ? ...
#2
So... It is an free DNS server faster than anyone before?
Can you tell more about it?
I can't really believe it is just for better world.
#3
This seems interesting. I'm surprised I haven't heard of that before. :/
#4
damn it really fast,
#5
It's a brilliant scheme, because millions of people use 1.1.1.1 as black hole or a test IP for stuff like SMTP destinations, ACL whitelists, internal lab addresses, etc, so they'll be getting a ton of info piped at them. I read in the news article that the deal between APNIC and CloudFlare includes analytics of the data being sent this way.
#6
(04-03-2018, 09:10 PM)DeKaerften Wrote:  It's a brilliant scheme, because millions of people use 1.1.1.1 as black hole or a test IP for stuff like SMTP destinations, ACL whitelists, internal lab addresses, etc, so they'll be getting a ton of info piped at them. I read in the news article that the deal between APNIC and CloudFlare includes analytics of the data being sent this way.

But that is something temporarily! if I'm not wrong
#7
(04-03-2018, 09:53 PM)henry123 Wrote:  
(04-03-2018, 09:10 PM)DeKaerften Wrote:  It's a brilliant scheme, because millions of people use 1.1.1.1 as black hole or a test IP for stuff like SMTP destinations, ACL whitelists, internal lab addresses, etc, so they'll be getting a ton of info piped at them. I read in the news article that the deal between APNIC and CloudFlare includes analytics of the data being sent this way.

But that is something temporarily! if I'm not wrong

How so? People'll still be sending data, if only from legacy machines they've forgotten about. They pinky-swear they won't use or look at the data after a couple of months?
#8
Cuntflare ain't a charity. They'll be logging every request and selling it, which is fine if they disclose it, but it's when those subpoenas start coming in from Uncle Sam that is the problem. Use DNSCrypt.
#9
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/04/03...s_privacy/
#10
(04-04-2018, 01:43 AM)EPP Wrote:  Cuntflare ain't a charity. They'll be logging every request and selling it, which is fine if they disclose it, but it's when those subpoenas start coming in from Uncle Sam that is the problem. Use DNSCrypt.

This. But it is indeed goddamn fast.
#11
Probably gonna start using it, it really beats every other DNS provider in latency, especially in Oceania lmfao. Companies be slacking on their OCE servers.
#12
>Cloudflare
Yeah, no, thanks.
 


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