Site Needed to Test Secure DNS


According to the Comodo Secure DNS web site:

SecureDNS references a real-time block list (RBL) of harmful websites (i.e. phishing sites, malware sites, spyware sites, excessive advertising sites, etc.) and will warn you whenever you attempt to access a site containing potentially threatening content.

I would like to test this feature with my browsers, but so far have
not landed on any web sites that are blocked. Can anyone provide
a link to a blocked web site? Or, better yet, perhaps there should
be a web site set up for testing purposes?

In advance… thanks.


Not sure if you’ve seen this - DNS test page?

Hi Radaghast.

No, I hadn’t seen it prior to your pointing it out. Looks like we
have to wait for the test page. I’d still like to find a link to a blocked
site in the meantime.


Edit: It seems, in that other thread, someone mentions that Norton
has a web site for testing with their system. While we’re waiting for
Comodo to follow-up, I might just go test drive the Norton product to
see how it interacts with my browsers.


As you’re in the mood for a little DNS testing, you might find these of interest ;D

Namebench - Use at least 5000 queries.
DNS Nameserver Spoofability Test
Web-based DNS Randomness Test

Hi Radaghast.

Thanks! I downloaded the app immediately, and will test it out later this

[url=]DNS Nameserver Spoofability Test[/url]

Gibson’s site is always informative, entertaining, and thought-provoking.
Steve not only has a deep understanding of the underlying technology
involved, but also insight into the sciences that support and influence
that technology. He’s also a great communicator.

Steve also has a benchmarking tool on his site, which I have downloaded
and will test later this evening.

[url=]Web-based DNS Randomness Test[/url]

The first time I clicked on this link, my browser displayed a warning
that the page did not exist. The warning had a Comodo logo on it.
On my second attempt, the page loaded just fine. Thanks for
bringing this link to my attention. I will use it and bookmark it for
future reference.