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This is a good question. We're a Cisco Security partner and I was actually reading through a Cisco Umbrella blog that is relevant to this the other day. Essentially, you are making the incorrect assumption that your DNS request is encrypted because you visit a HTTPS site. That is NOT the case. HTTPS web traffic on port 443 may be encrypted but the DNS lookup ...


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So, I think, that when I type certain URL in my browser (for example https://google.com) I send request through ISP to ISP DNS and my provider gets response (ip of google.com) and goes by this IP and send request to this server (google.com) and gets response - html page that will be sent to me by my provider. Is it so? No, this does not work as you ...


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