Mutualized Oblivious DNS (μODNS)

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.

Public DoH Server as an Entry of μODNS

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....

December 2, 2021 · Jun Kurihara

Pointers to our paper, source codes and services.

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....

November 19, 2021 · Jun Kurihara