I have been using Comodo DNS for almost three months maybe and today when I had typed in a website address incorrectly in Firefox I was re-directed by OpenDNS instead of Comodo DNS; even though I have only Comodo DNS set as my DNS.
I have attached a screenshot of an example of what I am talking about, I am wondering if Comodo and OpenDNS have partnered, and if OpenDNS is now running the Comodo DNS service now?
Or is this a Firefox thing or is something else wrong?
Well Maxx, I think it is nice to have a free VPN that is easy to use, so I like it.
The ad bar that it adds to your browser is blocked by the Ad-block Plus plug-in for Firefox, so that is not an issue for me, but I wish more was explained about how Hotspot Shield actually works and other information about the company etc.
I am the curious/suspicious type, so I like to have more of that information available to me, that is one thing that I do not like about it; but it is free, another thing is that I have to disconnect Hotspot Shield before I can watch videos on Hulu.com (Hulu blocks the IP addresses that Hotspot Shield uses from access to videos on their site).
I wish Comodo would give more information about some of their products too, like Comodo Dragon, I do like a lot of the things that Comodo is doing though but more detailed descriptions on some products would be nice.