Make premium content free for home users, but add few banners.

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    rotblitz

    Is this blatant advertising for this book?  I think so, because OpenDNS does not offer content, therefore no premium content which could be made available.  They offer a recursive DNS service, as the name says.  As far as I know, every content they may offer is freely available and related to the services they offer.

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    dallas_payn

    What i meant is to make Umbrella security products available for free to home user.

    I added book image to add a bit of humor, which clearly you luck of.

    Paranoid much? I think so, here if another image for you.

    Umbrella Security Packages
    Umbrella Security Packages
    Umbrella Security Packages



    paranoia.jpg
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    tim.snoots

    The OP doesn't seem to understand how DNS and the web work.  There is absolutely no way that any knowledgable home user would EVER ask for a company to inject banners or any other content into their browser content.  You are essentially asking that OpenDNS hijack DNS queries, be a man-in-the-middle, and then return you an altered web page.  That is an idiotic suggestion for anyone concerned with the additional layer of performance, security, privacy that OpenDNS now provides.

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