Software Update: AdGuard Home 0.107.15

Spread the love

AdGuard Home version 0.107.15 has been released. With this software, a DNS server can be set up at home to block advertisements and malware on the entire network, among other things. It is therefore comparable to Pi-hole. AdGuard Home works on a machine running Windows, macOS, Linux or FreeBSD, is also able to protect against phishing and has parental control. The program can be discussed on our own forum. The changelog for this release can be found below:


  • As an additional CSRF protection measure, AdGuard Home now ensures that requests that change its state but have no body (such as POST /control/stats_reset requests) do not have a Content-Type header set on them (#4970).

Experimental HTTP/3 Support

See #3955 and the related issues for more details. These features are still experimental and may break or change in the future.

  • DNS-over-HTTP/3 DNS and web UI client request support. This feature must be explicitly enabled by setting the new property dns.serve_http3 in the configuration file to true.
  • DNS-over-HTTP upstreams can now upgrade to HTTP/3 if the new configuration file property use_http3_upstreams is set to true.
  • Upstreams with forced DNS-over-HTTP/3 and no fallback to prior HTTP versions using the b:// scheme.


  • User-specific blocked services not applying correctly (#4945, #4982, #4983).
  • only application/json is allowed errors in various APIs (#4970).

Version number 0.107.15
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Website AdGuard Team
License type GPL
You might also like