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Snake

Re: When DNS over https become the main

Thank you for that link, it is very interesting. But I just want to say this for the record, to anyone who is listening:

I'm on record on this forum, since at *least* 2104, stating my belief that TCP/IP is fundamentally broken due to not having encryption baked-in as default:

https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/all/2014/12/23/jpmorgan_breach_probe_latest/#c_2396849

Yet here is one of the largest companies on the internet, Cloudflare, saying the same thing, in 2018:

https://blog.cloudflare.com/esni/

"The fact that encryption wasn't built into the web from the beginning was, in our mind, a bug."

Yet very few people believed me over the years, mostly downvoting my opinion when I post it

https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/all/2015/06/05/china_fingered_for_theft_of_four_million_records_from_us_government/#c_2535078

https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/all/2017/04/10/internet_society_full_encryption/#c_3152056

https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/all/2019/03/05/chinas_navy_hacking/#c_3731089

et al.

So I am taking this time to say: You're welcome

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