Internet Standards Almanac

DNS Privacy Exchange | DPRIVE

DPRIVE defines the transactions between a recursive resolver and authoritative servers. Its current focus is on preventing pervasive monitoring during exchanges between DNS servers, in an attempt to limit the amount of data leakage that happens during multi-hop DNS resolution. A large amount of information, including the domain name, request type and response, is shared between servers when making a DNS request to a server. Data leakage can lead to monitoring of users or blocking of information being requested. Encrypting DNS exchanges can prevent possible monitoring, blocking, and filtering of websites.

Other groups in the same organisation

Adaptive DNS Discovery representation

Deterministic networking representation

Domain Name System Operations representation

Limited Additional Mechanisms for PKIX and SMIME representation

Messaging Layer Security representation

Multiplexed Application Substrate over QUIC Encryption representation

Network Virtualization Overlays representation

Oblivious HTTP Application Intermediation representation

Path Computation Element representation

Privacy Pass representation

Privacy Preserving Measurement representation

QUIC representation

Real-Time Communication in WEB-browsers representation

Transport Layer Security representation