How to Disable DNS Over HTTPs on Firefox and Google Chrome Browsers

Firefox and Google Chrome continue to push DNS over HTTPS by default. This is preventing the DNS check to pass successfully. In order to stop that, please follow these steps on:

Firefox:

  • Go to Settings > General, then scroll down to Network Settings and click the Settings button on the right.
  • Scroll down and uncheck the Enable DNS over HTTPS box and click OK
  • Restart your browser to make sure that the new settings are applied

Google Chrome:

  • Open your browser and enter chrome://flags/#dns-over-https
  • Under Secure DNS lookups, click on the dropdown and select Disabled
  • Click Relaunch at the bottom of the page.
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