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Thread: Implicit trust in DNS servers

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    zaswing Guest

    Default Re: Implicit trust in DNS servers

    Nice thread, very interesting details, thanks I've used OpenDNS ever since Oldsod, long ago, mentioned it in several threads. It's works well for me.The router goes there first if it can, goes to the ISP's DNS server, if it must. And all that is replicated in the network properties in Windows. In some instances, OpenDNS is included in the firewall as well.DNS service isn't running.
    UnoJack, I didn't open any accounts. The less of them, the better

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    watcher Guest

    Default Re: Implicit trust in DNS servers

    Dear Oldsod:

    Thanks for the info. I saved the first 3 and sometime in the future when I need to, I'll read them. It's not my area of interest but I still need to know about how they work in order to know how to protect them.

    WATCHER

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    Default Re: Implicit trust in DNS servers

    I have examined a few RFC, just to get the straight goods. Kind of heavy reading, but they are very definite.
    But the wikipedia and the computertechdoc are favorite reads.
    Cheers, Oldsod
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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