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Saturday, August 9, 2008

About OpenDNS - Featured Product

OpenDNS is the world's largest and fastest-growing DNS service.
It helps make your network safer, faster, smarter and more reliable.
It's free.

  • Content Filtering
    Not everything on the Internet is welcome on your network. Decide what to block on your networks with easy-to-use, powerful content filtering options. Choose from dozens of categories, ranging from social networking to gambling to webmail and more.
  • Phishing Protection
    OpenDNS also operates, the world's most trusted source of phishing data. Data is integrated into an intelligence feed on OpenDNS servers to keep everyone on your network safe from phony sites trying to steal personal information.
  • Domain Blocking
    You want to secure your network and have control over what resolves. OpenDNS gives you that control by providing the tools to block any website or DNS zone on the Internet, all through an easy-to-use interface.
  • Adult Site Blocking
    Safeguard your kids, protect your students, or limit your corporate liability by blocking adult websites. The adult site blocking solution can be deployed in minutes and provides granular levels of blocking. Hundreds of school districts are already using OpenDNS to achieve CIPA compliance.
  • Web Proxy Blocking
    Prevent people on your network from bypassing the access restrictions you put in place. Blocking Web proxies helps ensure your network remains secure.
  • Domain Whitelisting
    OpenDNS provides a deep list of Web content filtering categories to block, but sometimes there is a domain you want to make sure is never blocked, even if it's listed in a feed. Have the final say with our Domain Whitelisting feature.
  • Large Cache
    OpenDNS operates the largest and most intelligent DNS caches in the world. As a result, when you ask a question, we almost always have the answer. This results in an overall faster way to navigate the Internet.
  • Ultra-Reliable Network
    The architecture was designed to withstand even the worst of network failures and still serve your DNS reliably. Feel free to dive in and learn more about our architecture and how we run a zero-downtime network.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How to configure Open DNS on a system? Can you give more details