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Re: hijacking DNS server
On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 11:50:05AM -0400, Rochester TOR Admin wrote:
> Unfortunately my crappy ISP does DNS hijacking:
> Does the ISP actually redirect all DNS requests or just try to resolve
> typos and strip phishing sites? In most cases, you can override the
"Just try to resolve typos" = DNS hijacking.
> default DNS servers that your ISP provides and put in something like
> OpenDNS or one of the root DNS servers.
I don't want to use DNS servers I don't control. I have a couple
remote DNS servers, but it would be slow and painful to authenticate
by pseudo-static IP.
I realize this is off-topic, but I figured other OS X tor admins might
have bumped into this problem as well.
> This may help:
> -Roc Tor Admin
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