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An error that needs to be fixed before stable v
#1
On the "Chrome://flags" page, after selecting "Secure DNS lookups > Enabled", open the following "Security Check"  page, and when the test is performed, "Secure DNS" section of the page says "You may not be using secure DNS":

https://www.cloudflare.com/ssl/encrypted-sni/

However, the text "You are using encrypted DNS transport ..." should appear in the "Secure DNS" section of the page...
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#2
Not sure what the error is in Cent. Checked in Opera Stable, the flag "secure dns" in position "enabled", too most reports "You may not be using secure DNS".
Have you tried activating this option in other chromium based browsers?
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#3
(12-04-2019, 06:02 PM)Дмитрий Сакович Wrote: Have you tried activating this option in other chromium based browsers?

Dear "Дмитрий Сакович",

First of all, I congratulate you on the moderation of the forum. I'm a dinosaur who didn't learn English at school, but when the computer forced me. 15 years after I graduated from University, desktop computers began to be sold. So you may not understand what I have written; I apologize in advance:

(By the way, I think if we were friends with Mikhail Gorbachev in the past, maybe I could have prevented him from destroying the Soviet Union... Smile )

* As you know, "DNS over HTTPS (DOH)" is a new issue to make web browsers more secure;

* In Chromium-based browsers, the "Secure DNS lookups" option is currently only available in 3 browsers (Cent, G. Chrome and Opera) and only Opera is successful in the test I mentioned above.

* However, it would not be wrong to say that "Opera is the most unsafe among Chromium-based browsers". Vivaldi, born to Opera, is insecure just like his mother.

  If you look at "Settings > Privacy & Security > Site Settings > Notifications" in Opera, you'll see 2 non-revocable permissions (Allow) for Google there, and you'll know what I mean.
  About 1.5 years ago I entered the Opera forum because of these permissions and cursed the developer; they did not publish my swearing; but, they added 20 options to each of these permissions... Smile
  As a result, Opera is a Google's puppet who makes royalism more than the king...

* Cent Browser is now the highest quality and most secure of Chromium-based browsers; therefore, in a test that Opera is successful, Cent Browser should be more successful;

* Firefox is more successful in "DOH" than Chromium-based browsers. For example, if "Cloudflare (Default)" is selected as "Use Provider" in "Options > General > Network Settings > Settings..." window, select "Enable DNS over HTTPS" and press "OK" button! Then go to the "Cloudflare" site I gave above and test it!

Regards,
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#4
I read the information about dns over https. To enable it in chromium based browsers is not enough to simply activate the flags, you need to change the settings of the network adapter, where to register secure dns.

And also there is information that: "Starting with this release (78) browser, Google had to start testing the mechanism of DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) on all platforms except Linux and iOS. This is an experimental Protocol, the use of which reduces the likelihood of intercepting DNS permissions through a man-in-the-middle attack, because the data is transmitted over a secure HTTPS channel. However, the developers of the browser postponed the inclusion of this option until version 79."
uber procrastinator 
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#5
Have you tried appending this string in "Other settings"->"Startup command line":
--enable-features="dns-over-https<DoHTrial" --force-fieldtrials="DoHTrial/Group1" --force-fieldtrial-params="DoHTrial.Group1:server/https%3A%2F%2Fcloudflare-dns%2Ecom%2Fdns-query/method/POST
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(12-05-2019, 06:51 AM)Дмитрий Сакович Wrote: "... However, the developers of the browser postponed the inclusion of this option until version 79."

The above information (in red) that you quote from someone else is not correct; because the developer of Opera did not postpone this option, and the current Opera (v78) is successful in the test that I have mentioned above.

That's why I started this topic (to let you know that Cent Browser didn't succeed in a security test where Opera was successful).

Therefore, the developers of Chromium, G. Chrome, Kinza and Vivaldi are fraudsters who deceive their users. If Cent Browser fails the test after the release of its stable version, its developer is a fraudster like them.

As a result, Firefox is one step ahead of Chromium-based browsers in "DOH" as it always is...

(12-05-2019, 03:30 PM)CentBrowser Wrote: --enable-features="dns-over-https<DoHTrial" --force-fieldtrials="DoHTrial/Group1" --force-fieldtrial-params="DoHTrial.Group1:server/https%3A%2F%2Fcloudflare-dns%2Ecom%2Fdns-query/method/POST

Yes, I added the script you wrote above to the "Startup command line" section, but the test above failed again.

However, I am sure that you will resolve this issue in the stable release, because I know that you are more resourceful than the Opera Developer...
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(12-06-2019, 01:04 AM)taba Wrote: The above information (in red) that you quote from someone else is not correct; because the developer of Opera did not postpone this option, and the current Opera (v78) is successful in the test that I have mentioned above.

That's why I started this topic (to let you know that Cent Browser didn't succeed in a security test where Opera was successful).

Therefore, the developers of Chromium, G. Chrome, Kinza and Vivaldi are fraudsters who deceive their users. If Cent Browser fails the test after the release of its stable version, its developer is a fraudster like them.

As a result, Firefox is one step ahead of Chromium-based browsers in "DOH" as it always is...


Yes, I added the script you wrote above to the "Startup command line" section, but the test above failed again.

However, I am sure that you will resolve this issue in the stable release, because I know that you are more resourceful than the Opera Developer...
Please check these discussion:
https://chromium.woolyss.com/#comment-5260
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