None of the above as the primarily goal of a DNS Service is to increase the browsing speed and content filtering, and not increase your security.lordman said:which is the best option with malware protection? I dont need filter content.
Norton DNS have better malware protection but it has false alarms, OpenDNS has not false alarms and has a very better antiphising protection. If i active Norton DNS filters (level B or C) i have seen normal pages blocked as pornography or adultsites sometimes. OpenDNS has more config options too, botnet protection and connection logs to find extrange connections.ams963 said:Norton DNS is best suited for me. It's fast and I found it to be effective. Comodo or Open DNS is really slow.
On most certain cases yes, since it attempted to find the closest server nearer you thus to have faster browsing.KelvinW4 said:Does changing DNS really help internet speed?
yes it sure does atleast for me,i prefer google dns and open dns i mainly use google dns, what may be fast for me could be slow for you depending on what country you are, thats why you should try all and see what respond faster and some dns are really fast at updating, like open dns for new sitesKelvinW4 said:Does changing DNS really help internet speed?
This is interesting. I think I will download Firefox to see. Does the other Firefox variantes have this as well? I mean Pale Moon and WaterFox.lordman said: