This is a web site introducing a new concept of anonymized DNS, called Mutualized Oblivious DNS (μODNS). Our initial concept paper:
Jun Kurihara and Takeshi Kubo, “Mutualized oblivious DNS (μODNS): Hiding a tree in the wild forest,” Jun. 2021. https://arxiv.org/abs/2104.13785v3
Our implementation, public servers and their detailed information are presented in posts of this site.
If you want to just check if it works, you can try our DoH-μODNS translator from Chrome and Firefox browsers without using our dedicated client.
This translator converts DoH queries to PoC μODNS queries. It first works as the ‘first-hop’ relay of μODNS, and randomly choose subsequent (up to 2) relays from listed relays for user anonymity in DNS queries. The DoH address is:
https://dns.secarchlab.net/dns-query Target full-service resolvers are ones listed in this repo and Quad9 servers of no-filters....
Initial concept paper Jun Kurihara and Takeshi Kubo, “Mutualized oblivious DNS (μODNS): Hiding a tree in the wild forest,” Jun. 2021. https://arxiv.org/abs/2104.13785v3
Implementation as an extension of Oblivious DNS over HTTPS (Being actively developed on GitHub) We sometimes call this ODoH-based protocol and implementation by μODoH or MODoH.
Do53 - μODoH translation proxy written in Rust (Source) https://github.com/junkurihara/doh-auth-proxy (Docker) https://hub.docker.com/r/jqtype/doh-auth-proxy μODoH relays and target servers with authentication and access control (fork of doh-server) (Source) https://github....