OpenDns has released today DnsCrypt a new software that crypts your DNS requests.
When you type an address in your browser, a DNS request is made. This request can be intercepted by anyone who wants to spy on you. Internet providers are the first ones to do that. But finally there’s a way to crypt your requests and prevent spying, spoofing and man-in-the-middle attack.
DnsCrypt can crypt your requests by establishing a secure connection with their servers. I’ve been using DnsCrypt for a month as a private beta tester, and I can say that I’m very satisfied of this solution. So if you are worried about your privacy, install DnsCrypt and be sure that no one will be able to spy on your requests.