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Same webpage has 2 different IP’s and now i don’t know which one is the correct one…

The first two IP’s are for the new version of SecureDNS, which I believe is still in beta.

The second set has the secondary IP from the older service as a backup in case the newer service has an interruption in service.

the new version is still in development i was talking to dnsbrian the other day. he said they are hoping to get the new version out late Q4 of this year. Sounds like a lot of work is going into securedns

Hey RejZor - Love your PowerDefragmenterGUI for Contig, thank you.

I dont think this has been announced anywhere but I believe the new IPs are now no longer experimental ?

The Free Comodo Secure DNS | Best DNS Security Solution 2022 page now uses the new IPs everywhere.

( Could do with some Win 7 and Win 8 guides though )

Rejzor is not here anymore…

Please do not post in 2 year old topics.

Thank you


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