You can now refresh 18.104.22.168’s DNS cache for domain names by using the purge cache tool. This is useful for domain owners who have updated their DNS records and want to make sure it is reflected for people who are using 22.214.171.124 as their public DNS resolver.
Android 9 Pie includes a slew of new features around digital well-being and privacy. Here's how to use the new Private DNS feature with 126.96.36.199.
Cloudflare recently updated the authoritative DNS service to support nine new record types. Since these records are less commonly used than what we previously supported, we thought it would be a good idea to do a brief explanation of each record type and how it is used.
Back in April, I wrote about how it was possible to modify a router to encrypt DNS queries over TLS using Cloudflare's 188.8.131.52 DNS Resolver and a GL.iNet router; the folks at GL.iNet read that blog post and decided to bake DNS-Over-TLS support into their new router using the 184.108.40.206 resolver.
As was mentioned in the original 220.127.116.11 blog post, our policy is to never write client IP addresses to disk and wipe all logs within 24 hours. Still some folks might not want to reveal their IP address to the resolver at all. This is why we are launching a Tor hidden service for our resolver.