I’m curious about what can be seen by a DNS resolver (e.g ISP) when using HTTPS websites.
My current understanding, and please correct me if I’m wrong, is that if I want to access the subdomain
ns1.example.com that is contained within the domain
example.com, a DNS request is sent out in clear text to a DNS resolver for
example.com, an encrypted connection is established and then all subsequent requests for the subdomain
ns1.example.com and any information that may follow the domain name are encrypted and can not be seen by the DNS resolver. Is this correct?
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