New Scan today reviled that File seems OK but Windows Defender SmartScreen still sez nope -.-Offf... checked - Download with Sandblast Adv. (Checkpoint Enterprise) Threat Emulation - Got flagged as malicious in Sandbox Emulation - This happens if something suspicious is happening in the Virtual Machine of Checkpoint.
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On my Infinity Portal Log it shows as - Bot and Trojan coz of Port scanning and File Reputation
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You can now download the entirety of your DNS logs on NextDNS. Those include every bit of log data we store for you, following our strict policy of "What You See Is What We Have" (WYSIWWH).
Or, in the words of that old Zero Wing game:
ALL YOUR LOG ARE BELONG TO YOU.
So what are the adblockers/filters you enabled in your Adguard for dekstop because many of the adblockers/filters in NextDNS are also available in Adguard for desktop? Can attach some screenshots?
He said Adguard Home which is different from Adguard desktop.So what are the adblockers/filters you enabled in your Adguard for dekstop because many of the adblockers/filters in NextDNS are also available in Adguard for desktop? Can attach some screenshots?
Wow, that's an interesting setup. I'm using NextDNS CLI on RPi Zero WH.
I disable both as I have Pro so I don't care about less queries.
I'm using free. I have found this info.I disable both as I have Pro so I don't care about less queries.
Disable CNAME flattering can solve some problems but it's still a new feature so I guess time will fix that.
Anyway I will not change that in my guide as it's better compatible with non-Pro account
So looks like it could be useful specially for free users.Minimize DNS queries by enforcing a minimum TTL (Time to live).
Some DNS answers are set with very low TTL to force DNS recursive resolvers like us to refresh them very often. Low TTLs also force end-clients (your devices) to perform new DNS requests on almost every use.
When Cache Boost is enabled, a minimum TTL of 300 (5 minutes) is enforced on DNS answers before they are sent to your devices. Our servers will still refresh those entries at the requested frequency, but it won’t force your devices to perform more queries than necessary. This is especially interesting on mobile devices with high latency to DNS and limited battery life.
Did you post the correct link? I'm not sure what to look at here
Like me, you can use NextDNS using YogaDNS if you wish. It's better than the official app IMO.Grr. I think I'll quit scanning this file coz somehow it get's worse!
Grr. I think I'll quit scanning this file coz somehow it get's worse!