I do like using OpenDNS.
Protection from phishing sites, the ability to whitelist or blacklist specific URLs, community tagged categories… and it’s free.
It only takes a few minutes to change your computer’s domain name settings to the OpenDNS servers, as long as you have administrative rights on your computer. Just read the OpenDNS tutorial and make the appropriate choices. Be sure to reboot or restart your computer after confirming the changes.
Your Internet connection might become faster, too.
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- 24 February 2008: Pakistan blocks YouTube, breaks trust
- 15 January 2008: OpenDNS update
- 3 September 2007: When users block the ads, should web sites block the users?
- 13 July 2007: Speed up your broadband connection with OpenDNS