What are DNS? Access to risky sites…

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Nowadays, it is a great issue to block sites and other web pages unsuitable for the children. Does DNS Angel help to modify the DNS server used to access the internet by replacing the ones from provider with those of Norton Connect Safe, Open DNS Family, or MetaCert DNS? Does the DNS block access to those sites that could pose a risk or otherwise inappropriate for the young children?

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What are DNS? Access to risky sites…

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(DNS) Domain Name Servers are the Internet's equal of a telephone book. They hold a catalog of domain names and decode them to IP addresses. For example the person types in domain name “techyv.com” this is then sent to a DNS who translates into an IP address such as 22.231.113.64 this is essential because domain names are simple for persons to recall on the other hand devices access websites based on IP addresses. Software like DNS Angel works by replacing your DNS and when sites deemed inappropriate are typed DNS Angel will recognize this and not translate the domain name to an IP address.

 

 

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