The current features will be free for personal use. We may introduce some paid features, but we have do not plan to do it in the near future.Besides ads what else do you plan to offer with the DNS service, paid or free?
Netherlands.Where will you place the european servers?
Private, it'd be hard to set up anycast if you use someone's cloud infrastructure.Adding european servers as in cloudfront or private servers?
Yep, Blocking YT in-app ads is almost impossible nowadays. Ads metadata is encrypted and served from YT own servers so you can't just block access to them.And as someone has asked already. Is it supposed to be able to block ads within apps? Because it does not block YouTube ads on iOS, nor does it block the YouTube ads on the new Apple TV. This reduces the value of the DNS quite a lot, as blocking these kinds of ads would be the best thing about the service. Blocking adds on computers is rather trivial with all the web-browser extensions / add-ons b
What exactly is wrong with apple.com? No issues on my side.The most annoying thing is that it breaks some websites. Apple.com does not load correctly at all and images on sites like Bulbpedia and other sites does not load when using the Adguard DNS servers.
https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardDNS/issues/27My brother complains about the Adguard DNS also blocking the login on Hotornot.com. And we are using the version without family protection.
Yeah, it was the first feature request we've received2. I hope in the future there's support for DNScrypt clients. DNScrypt dot org for more info.
But is there a reason why 126.96.36.199 goes to New York with 100ms ping and 188.8.131.52 goes to California with 26ms ping? If they're anycast IPs, shouldn't they both point to the closest/fastest California server?Yeah, you can't rely on maxmind database in case of Anycast'ed IP addresses.
You can use "traceroute" command to see how exactly traffic is routed.