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    bunnies ate my brain PSP Elite Hacker clwnz's Avatar
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    Anyone recommend a good working one?
    Oh and something that can block proxies too...

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    OpenDNS.com. It's easy to setup. Set it up on your network, create an account at their website, and it should work fine.

    They also have spelling error recognition, which is cool. (i.e. if you type in www. googel .com, it will redirect you to www. google .com.) And they also have Anti-Phishing services too.

    Best part? It's free.

    I personally don't use the blocking stuff myself, I just use it because my default DNS server is crap.
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    bunnies ate my brain PSP Elite Hacker clwnz's Avatar
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    Hmm ok ill give it a try thanks

    EDIT:
    How would I find out whether this DNS server is better than the one I'm currently on?


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    THANK YOU SO MUCH.
    Works like a charm!
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    Heh, no problem.

    The only thing that's bad about it is that it is easy to bypass if someone changes the settings (esp. if the DNS settings are computer-based). The best way to avoid this is to set your router to use the DNS server (make it router-based), and then password protect the router from changes.

    Glad I could help ya!
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