Using custom DNS-over-HTTPS with CoreDNS and Google Chrome

Run your own DoH with CoreDNS

I’ve been using CoreDNS on my home network infrastructure for a few years, and it’s worked really well. One of the things I use it for is translating local DNS queries into DNS-over-TLS queries, which keeps my ISP from inspecting and manipulating DNS lookups. That use case is well documented and works well. Today I found myself wanting to override the DNS provider used by just one browser on my computer. [Read More]