Idea: Add DNS-over-HTTPS support for the Android version of Firefox
Reasoning: Google Chrome for Android already supports this, as does the Windows, MacOS, and GNU/Linux version of Firefox. This can be used to make the mobile browsing experience more private/secure.
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They could be the second to do it😋
Great idea, I've been googling how to do it on Android Firefox. This explains why I can't find the DoH setting yet!
DNS-over-HTTPS breaks access to devices on the local LAN. It should only be allowed if there is an option define the use of a conventional DNS, by its IP address, for a specific (the local) domain. Right now I can't access a local server by name from Firefox, only IP address, but can from Chrome. You know things are bad when you have to switch to Chrome to access a site.
Much needed a feature since all other browsers support similar features now days it should be included.
please add this!
Please add this important feature
Being able to configure the DNS server and the protocol over which it is used is important for privacy. I would like to be able to configure Firefox to always use my favorite ad-blocking DNS server and communicate with him over HTTPS.
Please add this feature