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Use OpenDNS

posted Dec 22, 2011, 5:55 AM by Robert Wilcox   [ updated Dec 22, 2011, 7:02 AM ]
If you're not yet using OpenDNS to secure your network and protect
against phishing, malware, botnets and DNS vulnerabilities, take it from
me - you should.

OpenDNS, chosen by Fortune 100 companies and more than 25,000 schools,
provides comprehensive security services, including award-winning
Anti-Phishing from PhishTank. In addition, OpenDNS is one of the only
DNS services that was never susceptible to the largest and most
threatening vulnerability ever discovered. Dan Kaminsky, the researcher
credited with finding the flaw, personally recommends using OpenDNS.

In addition to Web and DNS security, OpenDNS provides comprehensive Web
content filtering and detailed network stats that let you see what's
happening on your network.

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Note: I am not affiliated with OpenDNS and do not receive any compensation for recommending them.