[Freedombox-discuss] Google DNS in BIND?

Pascal heynmoeller at gmx.net
Mon Dec 4 10:03:47 UTC 2017


I suggest


Am 3. Dezember 2017 22:45:24 MEZ schrieb Marc Draco <marcdraco at protonmail.com>:
>At the risk of sounding like a broken record with a vendetta against
>the big G (I have, but that's another thing entirely) I wonder if it's
>possible to replace Google's DNS with a different resolver for the
>default when BIND is installed.
>As Google is one of the worst offenders in this area (last I checked it
>wasn't using BIND for its DNS services and is using it to spy on users)
>perhaps it would be prudent to use another upstream resolver. Which? I
>have no idea and I'm not qualified to make that decision but surely
>there must be others which are more ethical?
>I know it's a simple case of popping the IP4 addresses in and hitting
>update - that's no biggie, but it seems to me that anything we can do
>to keep unethical, cheating big data out of Freedombox the better.
>Darn, I'm starting to sound like RMS! I'll be growing a beard and
>picking my feet next! :)
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