On 2015-08-11 Tue 14:02:46 +0200 Marek Sebera, wrote: > Hello list, Hi, > I’d like to continue in discussion I’ve started here more than 1 year ago. > > I was finally able to give it some time, and successfully cross-compiled > Unbound DNS in version, and I’ve documented and automated the process a > bit, you can see here: https://github.com/smarek/android-unbound-dns Absolutely incredible! Thanks for working on this. > So now the real question is, is there still demand for securing Android > using Unbound DNS resolver, or did I made this for no one? Including myself, I can think of a few groups & other individuals that do have a need for this, please keep up the terrific work. Unfortunately, I am unsure when I will have the time to deploy something. > Final idea is to have Unbound Android application which will start the DNS > service on unprivileged port (such as 5353) and will be used as optional > DNS resolver for masses. Or, having the installer package, will replace > default Android resolver, either through IPTables (re-routing all 53 > traffic through unbound on 5353) or modifying actual ROM. > > Which effectively means, we won’t have to have ROOTed device to run the > resolver and option we’ll be able to set it in WIFI/Cell-APN/Proxy/VPN > settings. All great ideas, any chance on seeing the package available via f-droid.org? > > On 06 May 2014, at 13:21, Marek Sebera wrote: > > > > I think it could be done in two ways: > > 1) Library (native possibly) to integrate with applications (not > > requiring root obviously) > > 2) System demon with full unbound-configuration (important for various > > private networks, requires root device access) > > > > Also could help us with sneaky ISPs :-) > > > > On 06 May 2014, at 04:17, benfell at parts-unknown.org wrote: > > > >> Marek Sebera writes: > >>> > >>> is there any available Unbound port for ARM/x86 Android devices? > >>> I’d really like to have my DNS under control on my handy > >> > >> I like this idea as well. I assume the device would need to be rooted > >> to take advantage of it, however. Salud, al -- A furore Normanorum libera nos, O Domine!