Firefox commence à crypter les noms de domaine
Mozilla’s Firefox browser on Tuesday began encrypting domain names by default for U.S. users.
The move will help prevent internet service providers like Comcast and AT&T from using subscribers’ personal data for commercial purposes, Mozilla told Congress two months ago.
The Domain Name System, often described as a phone book for the web, translates domain names into Internet Protocol addresses.
Encrypting domain names can prevent outside companies or individuals from intercepting traffic. ( … )