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I had to reinstall Comodo Internet Security Premium and came across an option to install Comodo Secure DNS, which I declined.  I currently use MVPS Hosts but was wondering, for those in the know,  what is your opinion on Comodo Secure DNS?

 

https://www.comodo.com/secure-dns/index.html

 

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Perhaps give it a run and see if it blocks anything you use regularly on your machine.

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I have Comodo Dragon install it. Can't say much about it though, although it's supposed to protect against malicious sites.

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If anyone knows if these instructions differ in newer versions of Windows please feel free to post those in this topic! 

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If anyone knows if these instructions differ in newer versions of Windows please feel free to post those in this topic! 

 

Doing an exact copy+paste from an old topic puts me in a suspicious mode of what you're actually up to on the forums, especially since it makes no sense for this topic.

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You can also create a .bat script to easily change between DNS addresses, here's a tutorial for Comodo Secure DNS:

 

http://tweakscene.com/viewtopic.php?f=167&t=7268

 

In my opinion you could try MVPS Hosts instead of DNS, I don't trust DNS providers because of this:

 

http://thehackernews.com/2014/09/google-public-dns-server-spoofed-for_16.html

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In my opinion you could try MVPS Hosts instead of DNS, I don't trust DNS providers because of this:

 

http://thehackernews.com/2014/09/google-public-dns-server-spoofed-for_16.html

 

Well I know on one occasion where Comodo Secure DNS stopped a page from loading stating it was malicious or something, it was the one and only time I saw it auto-protect my system. I'm all about layered security and also use MVPS Hosts along with ad-blocking extensions.

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