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Posted by Marshall Vale, Product Manager and Puneet Sood, Software Engineer

Google Public DNS is the world’s largest public Domain Name Service (DNS) recursive resolver, allowing anyone to convert Internet domain names like www.example.com into Internet addresses needed by an email application or web browser. Just as your search queries can expose sensitive information, the domains you lookup via DNS can also be sensitive. Starting today, users can secure queries between their devices and Google Public DNS with DNS-over-TLS, preserving their privacy and integrity.

The DNS environment has changed for the better since we launched Google Public DNS over eight years ago.

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