David Ulevitch, whose company claims over 30 million people using its domain name services, trekked to D.C. to oppose the Stop Online Piracy Act. He left disappointed.
A technology to cut delays in Net communications is now built into parts of the Internet. Next up: signing up partners such as Akamai and creating an official standard.
Netgear and OpenDSN have teemed up to offer a product to make it easier for parents to block inappropriate content
How can someone, particularly a non-technical computer user, ensure that their computer is configured to use OpenDNS? It's easy.
OpenDNS is doing exceptionally well by using open-source principles, even if it doesn't use open source.
OpenDNS is a free DNS service.
Following up on the previous posting that introduced OpenDNS.
You can be a bit safer on the Internet using OpenDNS rather than the DNS servers from your ISP.
OpenDNS makes it possible to create local network-wide keywords.