Google Announces Public DNS

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I like the security implications.
I don't like the Google info-monopoly implications.

Too early to have really studied such vast application on
a legitimate site or blog. Yet.

Google Blog Official Google Blog: Introducing Google Public DNS

Google's take on DNS Safety Security Benefits
#announces #dns #google #public
  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    This is..uhm..helpful, but public DNS is nothing new. People usually use their ISP's ones (or just configure to the router address) - but i know that there are public DNS out there also, so this is nothing new really.

    hundreds of DNS lookups each day, and some complex pages require multiple DNS lookups before they start loading. This can slow down the browsing experience.
    Uhm..that's why windows and browsers use DNS caching

    For all people who dont know what this all is about: "DNS" is a nameserver which translates website names and URLs to the real internet IP adress.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jesus Perez
    I just setup my router's DNS to see if it speeds things up.

    Their IP addresses are and

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