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Unable to surf deep-web and dark-net.


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#1 shadow_647

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Posted 27 December 2016 - 01:54 AM

I sometimes go to the Evil part of the net, I have my reasons.

But just today i do what i normally do and im like wtf, if its not Firefox acting up its openDNS blocking the pile.

 

I consider this topic to be internet censorship and if you want to sine up for this topic to be "safe" or whatever by letting a 3rd party decide what your allowed to know and see and not that's your call,my self i consider blocking of any internet site to be an attack on my ability to surf the web and not everyone wants to play ball with the establishments that are in power in deciding what's ok to view or go to on the net and whats not.

 

Anyone see the problem pop up of late and is using Firefox's newest version and or openDNS

 

Looking for hacks atm to be able to turn this trash topic off or a new DNS server if the one im using it going to jerk me around on the what im allowed to see on the net topic.

 

 



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Posted 27 December 2016 - 02:24 AM

Turns out it was mostly OPEN-DNS acting like a retarded, changed dns and that fixed the problem.






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