OpenDNS and DNSCrypt
DNSCrypt is open-source software, and is not maintained by OpenDNS. Any bugs or feature requests should be submitted through the DNSCrypt GitHub. For more information about the DNSCrypt project at large, visit http://dnscrypt.org/
In testing, we have found DNSCrypt to be incredibly stable and we encourage its use. However, OpenDNS is not responsible for any interruption of network resources, services, or DNS resolution as a result of implementing DNSCrypt through an article found in our Knowledge Base or Community Forums.
Any articles provided by OpenDNS are a contribution to the DNSCrypt community, and do not represent an official DNSCrypt resource.
OpenDNS hosts a community forum where questions about DNSCrypt can be asked and answered by the community members. For questions about how DNSCrypt works, or any specifics about troubleshooting or installation, the DNSCrypt community is the place to go. The Community Forums can be found here.
Please do not open OpenDNS Support tickets about DNSCrypt. While we endeavor to assist where we can, the DNSCrypt project is open source and therefore not directly within the control of the OpenDNS support staff. All questions or concerns should be voiced in the community.