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Making DoH Discoverable: Introducing DDR

Making DoH Discoverable: Introducing DDR

Credit and thanks to Alexandru Jercaianu for implementation work DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in the DNS client exited preview and became a supported feature with the Windows Server 2022 and Windows 11 releases. Unlike plain-text DNS, DoH requires a template ... continue reading

Enabling HTTP/3 support on Windows Server 2022

Credit and thanks to Matthew Cox and Daniel Ring for implementation work Windows Server 2022 is currently in preview as announced earlier this year. One of the new features it brings is native support for hosting HTTP/3 services. In this ... continue reading
Windows Insiders gain new DNS over HTTPS controls

Windows Insiders gain new DNS over HTTPS controls

Credit and thanks to Alexandru Jercaianu and Vladimir Cernov for implementation work Over the last year, we have been improving the DNS over HTTPS (DoH) functionality in the Windows DNS client. Now we are pleased to introduce you to the ... continue reading

Windows Server Insiders getting gRPC support in Http.sys

We keep hearing many of you are eager to host gRPC-enabled services on IIS in Azure, such as here on GitHub. However, the lack of support for several HTTP features in the platform components is blocking you. We listened, and ... continue reading
Windows Insiders can now test DNS over HTTPS

Windows Insiders can now test DNS over HTTPS

If you have been waiting to try DNS over HTTPS (DoH) on Windows 10, you're in luck: the first testable version is now available to Windows Insiders! If you haven’t been waiting for it, and are wondering what DoH is ... continue reading
Introducing SDNSecurityToolkit

Introducing SDNSecurityToolkit

Thanks to William Conlon for authoring today's post! Every software producer has faced this challenge at some point: balancing flexibility with security. The most basic requirement of quality in any piece of software is that it will not expose the ... continue reading

Windows will improve user privacy with DNS over HTTPS

Brought to you by Tommy Jensen, Ivan Pashov, and Gabriel Montenegro Here in Windows Core Networking, we’re interested in keeping your traffic as private as possible, as well as fast and reliable. While there are many ways we can and ... continue reading
Evolution of Timekeeping in Windows

Evolution of Timekeeping in Windows

(Thanks to Sarath Madakasira for writing this post) Do you ever wonder how Windows computers keep the current time and how it is maintained on a day to day basis? Did you know that your computer needs to keep the ... continue reading