How to setup DNS over TLS using systemd-resolved

DNS over TLS is a security protocol that forces all connections with DNS servers to be made securely using TLS. This effectively keeps ISPs from seeing what website you’re accessing. For the GNU/Linux distributions using systemd, you can setup this easily by following the below steps. First, edit the /etc/systemd/resolved.conf and changed the value of DNSOverTLS as : DNSOverTLS=opportunistic Now, configure your DNS servers. You need to use DNS server that support DNS over TLS. [Read More]