How to enable DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in Chrome

DNS over HTTPS (DoH) - or "Secure DNS" as it is called in Chrome - is a way to encrypt DNS queries and responses between a user's device and the resolving DNS server. For more on this see New in Simple DNS Plus v. 9.0.

To enable this in Chrome, do the following:

  • Click the "more" button (3 vertical dots) in the top right corner of Chrome.
  • Select "Settings...".
  • Click "Privacy and Security" in the right side panel.
  • Click on "Security"
  • Scroll down to the "Advanced" section.
  • Click "Use secure DNS" switch to enable.
  • Here you can specify your DNS provider / enter a DoH query URL:

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