I keep watching the DNS over HTTPS debate. DNS ISinsecure and leaks privacy data. Its unreliable, vulnerable to MITM attacks and useful for DDOS Reflection attacks.
Article talks about why people don’t want to move into the future. Basically telcos are selling your DNS data to advertising data brokers …. effectively its a privacy breach and certainly so under GDPR (because there is no notification that data is collected)
The Mozilla Foundation is testing a new mechanism for securing domain name server traffic that uses the encrypted HTTPS channel. It is an attempt to speed up the internet, reduce the threat of man-in-the-middle attacks and keep prying eyes from monitoring what users do online.
Mozilla Tests DNS over HTTPS: Meets Some Privacy Pushback | Threatpost | The first stop for security news : https://threatpost.com/mozilla-tests-dns-over-https-meets-some-privacy-pushback/130765/