Don't trust, verify. We only use open source software for our infrastructure.
Our IPv6 addresses for DNS name servers are memorable and shortest, [2a09::] and [2a11::]
Without privacy, there is no human dignity. DNS.SB is designed with one goal in mind, to protect your personal DNS data, no logs, forever.
This is DNS.SB open source documentation.
Here you will find information about the privacy in DNS, how DNS.SB solves some of the existing problems, and how you can use our service to protect yourself.
You are welcome to make the DNS.SB documentation better, by contributing on GitHub (opens new window).
# How to use this documentation
This documentation is a good place to start your education on how to use DNS.SB.
# For Newbies
If you are new to DNS.SB and want to get a quick tutorial on how to use it, you may start here.
# Stand-alone chapters
If you are interested in the nuances of how one specific aspect of DNS.SB works, then check-out the detailed chapters here.
# Search function
If you have a question about some particular detail, then use the search function at the top right corner to browse the entire archive, including the frequently asked questions.