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Experience with Opendns??
By summer
5/18/2015 9:00:05 PM
Hey all...so guess who's back? Or never really left. Anywho same old story...bla bla bla. My question is has anyone had experience with opendns and had it be wrong? Could it be?
For all my friends who've seen me loose it over and over again...I am doing ok. It feels different and has for awhile, I'm use to this stuff.
We had one issue long ago that was a false positive. It was on his iPhone. Turns out if you put nasty sites on your reading list they access your phone...thus putting them in your history. Anyway it was me that figured out this and cleared the Mr.
A bunch of sites were blocked on our opendns leading me to believe someone did a search. But I want to be fair and see if there could be a loop hole???

Thanks!

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"I'm would like to respond but I'm super confused by some of the stuff. What do you mean? Your searching your husbands iPhone for pornography? What is opendns? Is this a blocking site you pay and use?"
posted at 11:40:53 on May 20, 2015 by Anonymous
Anonymous...    
"The iPhone was an old issue, I was pointing out that sometimes someone looks guilty but isn't.. Opendns is through our router. Opendns blocks sites from entering any device that uses our wifi or PC...of coarse like any filter things still come through. Opendns logs every single website that was visited and sites that are blocked (because of content).
Our situation this time was I checked the sites log, and a lot of porn sites were blocked. This could have been done by a single seach or multiple. We are checking to see if our router has malware on it. I cannot trust his word yet, so we rely on evidence. But I am trying to help as we try to find out if this is another relapse."
posted at 18:05:07 on May 20, 2015 by Summer
Anonymous,    
"Thanks for responding."
posted at 18:05:52 on May 20, 2015 by Summer


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