I’ve been a fan of OpenDNS free DNS service for some time now, and I’ve been using the preview version of a new tool they have called DNSCrypt.

DNSCrypt encrypts your DNS lookups in a similar way that HTTPS traffic is encrypted. This helps prevent DNS traffic snooping and such.

Today the client notified me of an update, and it looks like they finally have persistent settings across reboots, which makes it so much better. I highly recommend both OpenDNS service and DNSCrypt.