AI-Driven Threat Detection - Beta
Just saw this update. Now NextDNS really lives up to it's name as "next-gen" DNS
Any more info or documentation how it works? Seems it's similar to Cisco Umbrella that also collects lots of intelligence from all their sentinels on networks/servers/clients using it and feeding Talos, but is NextDNS still 100% privacy-focused as before?
Anything special we should test/notice during the Beta?
thinking the same
I've enabled it on my most-used configurations.
Curious if we'll see any indication of it working in the logs or analytics.
Noticed my first issue while trying the new feature.
With this enabled I now don't get to view the full youtube homepage. I get a couple of rows and then the video boxes are greyed out. Uncheck the feature and it goes back to working and I can scroll and scroll down youtube.
Once again communication from the powers that be at NextDNS fail to communicate.....come on folks! How hard can it be? You are releasing a brand new fancy sounding feature, yet FAIL to explain it in more, or any, real detail.
I have enabled this feature and I havent come across any issues thus far, but im sure we would all love to know EXACTLY what this feature does and how it does it.
@nextdns despite proprietary, is it possible to know if the AI's model is trained internally based on whatever datasets the service have, or is it continuously trained from users' DNS records who enable that feature?
It’s disappointing that none information was released about on e.g. changelog - which is 404
Experienced a different youtube issue on the Nvidia Shield; where it said i wasn't signed in even though when i click "sign in", it already showed me signed in. Attempted to turn the toggle off using my phone but then I noticed another thing, which is that this toggle doesn't appear through the Edge Browser on Android, have to use the desktop browser version to see this beta toggle
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