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  1. Posts : 891
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       #20

    The main goal here is to get DoH active in any browser. That does not include Encrypted SNI.

    @ krzemien, network.security.esni.enabled > true > Works for FF stable too.

    Thank's,
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       #21

    krzemien said:
    Standard FF supports it as well (I'm on the 76.0.1 at the moment) but I think one needs to tweak configuration settings. Details how to configure any of it are here:

    Cloudflare ESNI Checker | Cloudflare

    Click applicable 'Learn more...' and take it from there.

    [from here: Encrypt it or lose it: how encrypted SNI works

    Type about:config in the address bar

    Accept

    Find network.security.esni.enabled and set it to true].
    Thanks for the tip. I changed the setting in Firefox and all 4 test passed.
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  3. Posts : 1,167
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       #22

    Thanks @MikeMecanic, I was testing in Edge Dev but in Edge stable it works.
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       #23

    Windows 10 Insiders can now test DNS over HTTPS-screenshot_2020-05-22-cloudflare-esni-checker-cloudflare-.png

    This is what I get in FireFox.
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       #24

    Check in Tools - Options - General- Network Settings - Settings and see if Enable DNS over HTTPS is checked.

    How to Enable or Disable DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in Firefox
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       #25

    Winuser said:
    Check in Tools - Options - General- Network Settings - Settings and see if Enable DNS over HTTPS is checked.

    How to Enable or Disable DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in Firefox
    I'll try that later.
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  7. Posts : 891
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       #26

    fjk61011 said:
    This is what I get in FireFox.
    Enabling the reg tweak does not require any other things. It overwrites existing parameters in Chrome Dev84, FF76, FF78 and New Edge stable.

    Screenshot tells that the change in Regedit may not have been applied successfully. Close the network switch and restart. No need to tweak FF, EnableAutoDoh does it for you.
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  8. Posts : 1,155
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       #27

    MikeMecanic said:
    Enabling the reg tweak does not require any other things. It overwrites existing parameters in Chrome Dev84, FF76, FF78 and New Edge stable.

    Screenshot tells that the change in Regedit may not have been applied successfully. Close the network switch and restart. No need to tweak FF, EnableAutoDoh does it for you.
    I might change the registry manually
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  9. Posts : 891
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       #28

    fjk61011 said:
    I might change the registry manually
    Deleting the reg tweak may produce the same side effect. If so, the network must be close + restart to apply changes.

    Even if the tweak is robust, this is a tricky one because we're asking the Network to change its behavior.
    Last edited by MikeMecanic; 3 Days Ago at 17:53.
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