As you may know, changing your computers or mobile device’s DNS server to Google Public DNS or OpenDNS can render webpages more fastly and prevent browsing bottlenecks. I had written many articles on this subject in previous articles, here is how to change your Chromebook’s DNS sever to Google Public DNS.
We have been using secure, public DNS services like OpenDNS for years now instead of our ISP’s DNS for secure and faster web browsing, but, unfortunately, the underlying DNS protocol has not been secure enough. There have been numerous examples of man-in-the-middle attacks, and snooping of DNS traffic. In order to tackle this issue OpenDNS [...]
OpenDNS and Google Public DNS are the two most popular DNS servers and can be used as an alternative to your ISP’s DNS for faster and secure web surfing. (OpenDNS has providing excellent security using DNS for years now). I had written many articles on this subject in previous articles, here is how to change [...]
You may know how to change DNS server in your computer. Changing your DNS server to either OpenDNS or Google Public DNS can help prevent browsing bottleneck and display pages more quickly. However, changing DNS sever in Android phone is not as easy as in a PC. Here is how you can simply do that [...]
If you are a regular blog reader, you’ve probably heard about free public DNS servers such as Open DNS, Google Public DNS, Norton DNS and OpenDNS Family Shield and may know what they are. The main advantages of these DNS (Domain Name System) services are they offers many security and protection layers in addition to [...]
The popular security software developer Norton has introduced a new, free DNS service, which offers faster, safer and more reliable internet browsing. Norton DNS is similar to Google Public DNS, OpenDNS and ComodoDNS and you can simply set your DNS server addresses to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 for Norton DNS.