Reply To: DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) providers not classified as "Proxy & VPN" or similar
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Thank you for getting these in there.
That being said, I noticed a couple of issues with the changes that were made:
The following was not correctly categorized as a “Proxy & VPN”. I suspect that the custom port number is causing some difficulty with the import.
You can still use the following settings in Mozilla Firefox’s about:config page to bypass the CleanBrowsing Family Filter
- “Setting”, “Value”
- “network.trr.mode”, 2
- “network.trr.uri”, “https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/security-filter/”
- “network.trr.custom_uri”, “https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/security-filter/”
- “browser.startup.homepage”, “http://www.exampleadultsite.com/|https://www.dnsleaktest.com/|https://www.google.com/”
- “browser.startup.page”, 1
You may have to refresh the page after starting up the browser, but the example adult site loads even when the host operating system has been configured to use CleanBrowsing’s Family Filter.
If CleanBrowsing were to move the DoH service for Security Filtering to a different domain, you should be able to correctly classify it as a “Proxy & VPN” without affecting the other DoH services that enforce adult-content filtering.
While you are at it, “security-filter-dns.cleanbrowsing.org” should be classified as a “Proxy & VPN” as well.
The other DNS over TLS services are also lacking categorization, but at least they are on separate domains and block adult-content: