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An example why NAT is NOT security


Sometimes I hear that network address translation (NAT) is considered a security feature. Unforunately, this is not necessarily true and I will try to demonstrate why with a practical example:

Performance of Iodine over DNS-over-HTTPS


Iodine is a DNS-tunnel that can be used to send TCP traffic encapsulated in DNS queries. Sometimes, this helps to bypass captive portals or otherwise restricted networks. In this blogpost