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If you are moving a domain from one DNS host to another, CacheCheck can help you make that transition smoother. In effect, you tell OpenDNS to "refresh now," ahead of Time-To-Live (TTL) expiration. Note: OpenDNS can cache a domain for full time-to live (TTL). For website visitors:
While OpenDNS has provided world-class security using DNS for years, and OpenDNS is the most secure DNS service available, the underlying DNS protocol has not been secure enough for our comfort. Many will remember the Kaminsky Vulnerability, which impacted nearly every DNS implementation in the world (though not OpenDNS).
FamilyShield is a special service offered by OpenDNS distinct from our standard packages. Meant for home users who want to keep their children from seeing inappropriate images on their computers, FamilyShield will always block domains categorized in our system as Tasteless, Proxy/Anonymizer, Sexuality, or Pornography.
OpenDNS solutions such as FamilyShield use additional filtering features managed by OpenDNS, which makes FamilyShield the fastest and easiest way to protect children from adult content on the Internet. OpenDNS Administrators can specify Web content filtering and set custom security features in OpenDNS Basic, VIP, School, and Enterprise solutions.
OpenDNS is unable to support this solution directly as it does not involve any OpenDNS software. Currently, enforcing Google SafeSearch, YouTube, or Bing on your network without an HTTP proxy requires the ability to create a local Canonical Name (CNAME) record on your local DNS server or editing your Hosts file on your local computer.
Thanks for choosing OpenDNS! To get started, you’ll need to set up one or more of your devices to use OpenDNS’s DNS nameservers. For instructions on how to do this, choose your device type from one of the categories below.
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