The recursive DNS server software being used is the most recent version of Unbound and the DNS resolver hostname is ns0.dnscrypt.nl with the IP address 184.108.40.206. By using either one of the servers, it makes queries to this DNS server which is only accepting queries from DNSCrypt and DNS-over-HTTPS capable clients.
Public key and DNS stamps and verification
Server details can be verified by checking out my Keybase public files which are PGP signed by me. Alternatively use dig as shown below.
To verify that you are actually making use of DNSCrypt.nl DNS server do a DNS Leak test.
The Amsterdam network will be upgraded to provide network enhancements as part of ongoing efforts to provide excellent service and maintain an ideal hosting environment. A device reload may be necessary and some customers may experience brief periods of latency or packetloss while routes are updated across the redundant topology.
As of today I have setup a DNS-over-HTTPS server. Giving people a choice whether they want to use DNSCrypt or DNS-over-HTTPS. Or even both when using DNSCrypt-proxy, by letting the proxy choose which one to use automatically.
The DNS-over-HTTPS server proxy software that is being used is rust-doh by Frank Dennis (jedisct1).
As of today you can enjoy using “dnscrypt.nl-ns0” and “dnscrypt.nl-ns0-ipv6” with even better security and performance. The DNSCrypt server has been updated from the old v1 to the new v2 protocol. The DNS server Bind has been replaced by Unbound.
Made numerous optimizations for better security and performance. Not based on the DNSCrypt server Docker image.