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We host a private DNS that does no censorship and that filters ads.
Why would I need this?
Some organizations and countries do DNS hijacking for
profit (by redirecting your trafic to advertisement or phishing pages - this is common with
public Wi-Fi spots for example) or for censorship reasons. Some others may collect your personal data when you
are using their DNS.
Why do you offer this? There must be some benefit for you!
No, there is none.
Why don't you make it public and open?
It used to be open to the whole internet actually. But as open recursive DNS can be used by attackers to perpetrate DDOS amplification attacks we decided recently to make our service private before it happens.
I don't know you, why should I trust you?
That's a legitimate question, and we have nothing else to offer than our good faith.
What if the police asks for your logs or anything else?
We will do all that the French law requires us to do knowing that the
service is hosted in France.
Any Service Level Agreement?
No. We do this on a voluntary basis so there is no SLA.
I can't send you my IP each time I connect to a public Wi-Fi spot!
That's true. We are currently experimenting a system that keep our mobile phones automatically authorized regardless how often their IP adresses change. We have good results but the system has some drawbacks, we'll keep you posted.
You actually do have ads on your website. Aren't you ashamed to block them with your DNS?
We don't filter ads for moral reasons, ads are not a problem per se to us.
We do block them for legibility, bandwith, and privacy (trackers) reasons.
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