Re: [Full-disclosure] OpenDNS is acting improperly !!!

On Jul 31, 2010, at 10:03 AM, Paulo Cesar Breim (PCB) wrote:

NSLookup has the same problem. Always return opendns IP.


Quit being so dense: -- While you're at it, read up on how DNS works.

If you don't like that, don't use OpenDNS. This has been known for years.

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