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A Few Good Reasons to Switch Your DNS Server

Possible Reliability Improvements

This goes hand-in-hand with the possible speed improvements above. If your Internet service provider does a poor job of keeping their DNS servers running fast and stable, you may experience periods of time when websites fail to load or load very slowly while the DNS request takes some time to resolve. If your ISP isn’t doing their job properly, switching to a third-party DNS server may give you a more reliable experience.

Phishing Protection

OpenDNS also performs filtering to block phishing sites. Modern browsers have built-in phishing protection, but if you run a network that includes Windows XP computers running Internet Explorer 6, enabling OpenDNS will give all of these computers some identity theft protection they wouldn’t otherwise have.

Other DNS services don’t offer this feature. For example, Google Public DNS does not include any content-filtering features, as it aims to just function as a fast DNS service without any of the frills.

Security Features

Third-party DNS servers like OpenDNS and Google Public DNS also offer security features that haven’t yet been implemented by many ISP’s DNS servers. For example, Google Public DNS supports DNSSEC to ensure DNS requests are securely signed and accurate. Your ISP’s DNS servers may not yet implement such security features.

If SOPA had passed, no American DNS servers would have supported DNSSEC, as SOPA would have made DNSSEC illegal. Americans would have had to use foreign DNS servers if they wanted the benefit of DNSSEC.

Bypass Web Censorship

Some Internet service providers and countries block websites only at the DNS level. For example, an ISP may “block” by redirecting its DNS entry to a different website. If the website is blocked in this way, changing your DNS server to a third-party DNS service that doesn’t block the website will allow you to access it. A real-world example of this occurred when The Pirate Bay was blocked in the UK. People could change their DNS servers to access it again.

Note that websites are often blocked at the IP level, so this won’t always work. For example, the Great Firewall of China uses a variety of tricks to block websites, including DNS blocking.

Namebench includes an option that checks DNS servers for censorship to determine whether your current DNS servers are censoring their results.

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