HTTPS enabled on Pi-hole web interface

By default, the Pi-hole web interface only accepts plain HTTP requests. In this short post, I’ll cover how to enable HTTPS on your Pi-hole web interface. For the purpose of this post, I’ll be using a purchased SSL certificate and not a configuration with Lets Encrypt. Purchased certificate When you purchase certificates, you usually get … Continue reading HTTPS enabled on Pi-hole web interface

DNS-Over-HTTPS: Cloudflare & Pi-Hole

In this article, I want to take you through the steps on how to use Cloudflare DNS-over-HTTPS (or abbreviated as DoH) with your Pi-Hole installation. Pi-Hole is a network-level ad and internet tracker blocking application that acts as a DNS blackhole. It blocks all those pesky advertisements and trackers to keep your privacy a bit … Continue reading DNS-Over-HTTPS: Cloudflare & Pi-Hole