Norton Connect Safe vs Comodo DNS

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Tested both but i prefer Norton, was the only one i saw blocking something during my browsing :D
 

Spirit

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Umbra Corp. said:
Tested both but i prefer Norton, was the only one i saw blocking something during my browsing :D
Never know you visit the sites which are blocked by norton dns :D
Norton dns famous for blocking some special sites.

Unknown:Both are good,other option are open dns and google public dns.

Secure:Norton
Fast:Open dns
 

MrExplorer

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Umbra Corp. said:
Tested both but i prefer Norton, was the only one i saw blocking something during my browsing :D
i just now joined Norton DNS but it saying that you are not connected to Norton DNS it is saying that to restart after restart will it be ok
 
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Coffeeman

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I never used Norton's secure DNS just OpenDNS for some time and then ComodoDNS. It happened that Comodo sometimes would slowdown my internet browsing speed, but other than that I have had no problem with Comodo.
 
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It will depend on your geographical location and your security components. If you are on ESET/Trend/Kaspersky etc ( no name a few that contain web protection ), a dedicated DNS server as opposed to your ISP DNS server is rather obsolete as you will need to also deal with latency etc.

I am sure HeffeD and Earth have provided somewhere in this forum a decent explanation about it (cant seem to find it tho). Have a search.
 

malbky

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He is in India so norton DNS will be good. It has better speeds than comodo. Secondly I have had some name resolution errors with comodo. So its norton all the way.
Yeah.
 

MrExplorer

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malbky said:
He is in India so norton DNS will be good. It has better speeds than comodo. Secondly I have had some name resolution errors with comodo. So its norton all the way.
Yeah.
mabky why do you tell the country i had made it private
 
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rebel4life

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i did a test and the best DNS was OpenDNS-2 which is about 100 miles from me but i do use norton as a backup
 

arknoah

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i've tried both of them, and i find norton dns better.

and somehow, comodo dns slowing down my connection.
 

Payback

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malbky said:
He is in India so norton DNS will be good. It has better speeds than comodo. Secondly I have had some name resolution errors with comodo. So its norton all the way.
Yeah.
mabky why do you tell the country i had made it private
We all can see your country with different Layout....also...I can see your country with my current layout...(forgot the name -.- forgetful me)

On-topic : Comodo DNS,in my opinion.
 

lordman

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Hello at all. :) This is my first message on this board.

Today, whats dns is more recomended?

I have been using OpenDNS for a year and now i am testing norton dns.

which is the best option with malware protection? I dont need filter content.
 

rebel4life

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i use the one nearest to me which is about 150 miles away i think its fast and secure
DNSResolvers CA-2 and then OpenDNS-2
 

pablozi

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My vote goes to other: OpenDNS.
I have necer seen Norton ConnectSafe blocking anything except some images on 100% secure webstes.
I have also never experienced any action from Comodo Secure DNS.
OpenDNS saved my back once till now so I'll let it work ;)
 

lordman

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pablozi said:
My vote goes to other: OpenDNS.
I have necer seen Norton ConnectSafe blocking anything except some images on 100% secure webstes.
I have also never experienced any action from Comodo Secure DNS.
OpenDNS saved my back once till now so I'll let it work ;)
I have been using OpenDNS for one year, but i have been reading some webs and it seems that OpenDNS havent got any malware protection and Norton/Comodo DNS have a lot of malware protection.

On one year using OpenDNS my navigation was fast and i dont have any problem.

I have a lot of doubts.
 
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