Google Announces Bringing DNS over HTTP/3 to Android
DoH, on the other hand, hides the query in regular HTTPS traffic, which means it is more difficult to identify, and DoH is better from a pure privacy perspective. DoH3 is a subset of DoH, mainly using DNS over HTTP/3 technology, HTTP/3 uses QUIC-like UDP transport for faster connections.
“While using HTTPS alone will not reduce the overhead significantly, HTTP/3 uses QUIC, a transport that efficiently multiplexes multiple streams over UDP using a single TLS session with session resumption,” Matthew Maurer and Mike Yu from the Android team said in a post.
At present, the main traffic of the whole network is still carried out through the HTTP/2 protocol. At present, HTTP/3 is gradually becoming popular, which requires the support of service providers.
“With the introduction of Rust, we are able to improve both security and the performance at the same time,” Maurer and Yu said. “Likewise, QUIC allows us to improve network performance and privacy simultaneously.”