I was on the StumbleUpon website today and I found something that I'm sure we can all put to good use.
"OpenDNS makes the Internet experience safer, faster and smarter for you and everyone using your network.
OpenDNS is safer
OpenDNS can identify and stop sites trying to phish (steal) your personal information or money.
The OpenDNS phishing protection works with all operating systems and browsers, and complements any other security measures already in use, such as a firewall and anti-virus software.
When you try to go to a phishing site, OpenDNS let's you know. They also let you optionally block adult sites as a category, or individual websites of any type. These services help you better protect those on your network from websites they shouldn't be visiting.
Most DNS servers on the Internet are slow. Your computer uses DNS every time you visit a website or send an email, so you want DNS to be blazing fast. Two things make DNS really fast: a big cache and a good network. OpenDNS has both.
OpenDNS is so fast because they run some of the largest DNS caches around and do it on their own high-performance network.
OpenDNS is smarter
The address bar is how you navigate the Internet. OpenDNS makes your address bar more intelligent. With OpenDNS, you can create shortcuts that let you type something easy-to-remember into your address bar and leap straight where you want to go. And it corrects your common spelling mistakes, on the fly. That means when you are typing fast and type yahoo.cmo instead of yahoo.com, you still get there.
Here's what people are saying about OpenDNS:
“How could I not have known this existed? Thanks a lot! Your DNS servers are way faster than those of my ISP.” —gwx
“Just brilliant and wonderful. Since I have been using it, let's just say it's FASTER, SAFER, SMOOTHER. Thank you very much. Keep up the good work.” —Shamik M.
“My god, you guys are amazing. Thanks so much! I'm loving OpenDNS, and can't believe it took me this long to discover it.” —Aman
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