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.