Learn how to setup Chrome browser to use a DOH (DNS over https) DNS server.
Chrome introduced support for DOH in the latest updates but this feature remains hidden for the moment and can only be enabled by tweaking some internals.
With this addition Chrome confirms that Firefox made the right move becoming a more privacy-oriented browser and
concentrating its efforts towards that goal. We're not 100% sure what the stable release will look like but we will
keep an eye on these settings once they find their way in - if they do.
The flags can be altered by navigating to
chrome://flags/#dns-over-https. Once there, look for the
Secure DNS lookups setting and enable it. When enabled, an input is revealed that you can use to enter your DOH url. You can
use the DnsAdBlock DOH endpoint from your configuration, relaunch and you're done.
Remember that adding your DOH url to chrome will affect only the connections performed by Chrome. We recommend setting
your DNS system-wide instead - even better, on the router.