I’ve used this before and can say I was very satisfied with it’s effectiveness and ease of use. It doesn’t block everything, but it is a great addition to whatever you already use for ad blocking.
DNS firewalling is so much more than just ad blocking. It also - and IMHO more importantly - adds to your protection against malware. Done right it also extends your resilience against dns spoofing and rebinding. But I wonder how this will stand if DNS over HTTPs is going to win the race.
Good to know! I will set this up again over the weekend