Those who value their digital privacy are always looking for new ways to block companies, hackers, or government agencies from spying on their online activities. If you’re one of those individuals, Mozilla has some good news for you today: the organization has begun to rollout encrypted DNS over HTTPS (DoH) by default for US-based Firefox users.

The rollout will take place over the course of several weeks to ensure stability, but once it’s finalized, all Firefox users running the latest version of the browser will have DNS protection. In short, DoH functionality helps to obfuscate and encrypt DNS lookup requests, which can otherwise expose information like the websites you visit.

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