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There is no option to install DoH on my menu.

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from Security Now:-"You go to, in Firefox, go to Options in the browser's menu, scroll to the bottom of the first general page that is displayed, click on Settings there under Network Settings, and at the bottom of the dialog that pops up you'll find a checkbox: Enable DNS Over HTTPS. So you put a check in the box. And unless you have some reason for choosing some other DNS provider, you leave it set to Cloudflare, which Mozilla has established a relationship with for this purpose." This option is not there for me. My ISP is UK based. Is Mozilla not giving UK based users the option to use MoH?

from Security Now:-"You go to, in Firefox, go to Options in the browser's menu, scroll to the bottom of the first general page that is displayed, click on Settings there under Network Settings, and at the bottom of the dialog that pops up you'll find a checkbox: Enable DNS Over HTTPS. So you put a check in the box. And unless you have some reason for choosing some other DNS provider, you leave it set to Cloudflare, which Mozilla has established a relationship with for this purpose." This option is not there for me. My ISP is UK based. Is Mozilla not giving UK based users the option to use MoH?

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The Network Settings dialog has gotten pretty tall so you might need to scroll down to access the DNS over HTTPS setting. I'm attaching a screenshot from Firefox 67.

But I will also add that I don't know whether it is available in all regions at the moment.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0

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The Network Settings dialog has gotten pretty tall so you might need to scroll down to access the DNS over HTTPS setting. I'm attaching a screenshot from Firefox 67.

But I will also add that I don't know whether it is available in all regions at the moment.

The Network Settings dialog has gotten pretty tall so you might need to scroll down to access the DNS over HTTPS setting. I'm attaching a screenshot from Firefox 67. But I will also add that I don't know whether it is available in all regions at the moment.

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Actually, it looks a bit different in Firefox 68.

Actually, it looks a bit different in Firefox 68.
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Thank you. Spot on!

Thank you. Spot on!
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