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Old 27. Nov 2011, 10:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Nice chrome tip - setting custom dns

I don't know how many people use comodo dragon's browser but if you do or know about it, it can change the browser to use comodo's dns

Anyways it's quite simple, just add the parameter to the shortcut so it'll be "chrome.exe -dns-server=208.67.222.222" (for OpenDNS) where the DNS can be what you want. If this doesn't make sense, just post here and I'll try to help if I can

I saw this on http://www.jhartig.com/2010/11/chrom...s-feature.html

edit:with the clearcloud dns gone, the main security DNS are comodoDNS and nortonDNS. And comodo has its own browser, I don't know how useful the tip is but I'll be using it because I don't like messing with windows DNS when now I don't have to

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