Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by acr1965, Dec 12, 2012.
Anyone know much about this?
Not seen that one. I tried OpenDNS, its allright. I ended up using Norton DNS though. I enforced rules in my router (pfSense box) that rejects any outbound traffic on port 53 that is not heading to the NortonDNS servers. I use DHCP to assign those norton addresses to all computers in the network. It works really well and is easy to implement.
I might check this out, sounds interesting, but also too good to be true to a degree as well?
Anyone knows what Antimalware engine/engines they are using?
Never heard of it!
SafeDNS was started a while ago by the University of Pennsylvania.
I've been using SafeDNS for a few days ant it seems to be pretty fast. It also has a nice user Dashboard with lots of configurability. Worth a try for sure.
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