Just curious why you would want your users to get the phishing site, or not get a hint to what they mis-spelled?

I do have the same issue on one of my networks and what I did was enable dns on the firewall, had it resolve to the openDNS servers but issued the local DNS as the DNS server to the network, so if it is a bad url the local DNS server just won't resolve it like normal. No search pages then, but still have the benefit of thier reliability, refresh times and speed.


Dick Middleton wrote:
Mike wrote:
Just an FYI, I use openDNS.
They also do some pretty cool stuff..... if you mistype an URL the
 > servers will respond with a search page.

I hate that, that's why I stopped using them.



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