Note: I hope this is the proper place to expose the problem I'm having. I've been using the non-graphical version of OpenDNS DNSCrypt -https://github.com/opendns/dnscrypt-proxy. It has always worked. I downloaded the newest version yesterday. I didn't keep up with the updates... Anyway, after replacing the previous version with this new version, I no longer could connect to the Internet. I checked Windows firewall logs, and it's blocking it from connecting out to OpenDNS IPs to remote port 443, over TCP. Having that in mind, I created a rule allowing that connection, but it still can't connect, and the logs still report the connection has been blocked. The previous version works fine. Anyone using the non-GUI version faced this same problem? I wonder if this new version works different, and I need to do some extra step? From what I could see at DNSCrypt page, the info there is pretty much the same as before... so... I wonder if this is some issue with Windows firewall itself... or due to something I need to do, DNSCrypt fails to work properly and the firewall blocks the connection? Thanks!