I need to fix an issue where the initial (or perhaps only) HTTPS call to a website is blocked by a captive portal, not managed by me. The resolution has been to ask the user to navigate to a "http" ...
There are some wifi networks (large universities for example) which use HTTPS to get to a login page, and in order to verify that they have not been spoofed, provide the certificate ahead of time ...
What strategy shall I take if I wanted to use a dnscrypt with a public hotspot that requires login through a captive portal? Such hotspots require DNS settings to point to their servers (via DHCP) so ...