Norton Connect Safe vs Comodo DNS

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jamescv7

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In my observation, IE and GC built in malware protection are better from FF.

Some test it prevented zero days but not most of all.
 

Seany007

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lordman said:
NSG001 said:
Currently using OpenDNS for speed and phishing protection mainly.
I have been testing and if you use firefox phishing protection is similar to OpenDNS.
That's because Firefox use PhishTank so is OpenDNS.

NortonDNS don't use PhishTank so their phishing protection is somewhat weak against new phishing sites in my opinion.
 

lordman

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House_maniac said:
i prefer google dns and open dns i mainly use google dns
I dont like Google DNS.

We give our searchs to google, a lot of webs gives its stadistics to google analitics and now we gives our visited webs to google dns.

We give all navigation data to Google. Google DNS is free but nobody do it for free, a lot of datacenters to maintain for free, Google wants our navigation data, all of our navigation data.

OpenDNS is demonized because its adversiting on non-existent or blocked domain but Google DNS is worse and nobody says anything.

I prefer OpenDNS with its adversiting on free service, and i prefer norton dns with its adversiting itself.
 
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