Every time you access a website, you’re making a DNS request. That request travels through both authoritative and recursive DNS servers. Here's how it all works.
In a nutshell, trackers are services that track what you're doing on the internet. They’re usually scripts embedded on websites that collect information.
DNSFilter began in 2015, but it feels like these two have been with us since the very beginning. Josh Lamb and Jean Pierre (JP) Guarin started their journeys at DNSFilter 3 years ago. When they joined, there were only a handful of employees and everyone had to wear many hats. Today, our team is now over 50 strong and still growing.
Why are existing Cisco customers ditching their provider for an OpenDNS Umbrella alternative? We explore the four main factors that prompt them to switch.