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Re: [tor-talk] DNS provider that does not hijack failures

On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 07:15:36PM -0500, Joe Btfsplk wrote:
> On 5/30/2013 6:07 PM, Sean Alexandre wrote:
> >On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 11:42:48PM +0200, Robin Kipp wrote:
> >>We use OpenDNS on our network, and I know they provide an info page if someone attempts
> >>to browse to a non-existant address. This isn't a big issue normally, but I can see how
> >>it's a problem with Tor. Thus, I'd like to use a different DNS service for my node and
> >>just put this in my resolv.conf to fix this. However, I'm not sure about which DNS provider
> >>would be best here, so any help with that would be greatly appreciated!
> >Google Public DNS is one option:
> >https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using
> >
> >OpenNIC has a list of some too, although I haven't tried any of these:
> >http://wiki.opennicproject.org/Tier2
> >
> Google? Oh, my.

Not ideal, I agree. What would you use, if your ISP's resolvers weren't an option? Also,
let's say you don't want to run your own DNS resolver. (Running your own resolver would 
seem ideal, but extra overhead.)

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