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You can choose whatever DNS provider you want on your computer if you are granted administrative rights on it. The only purpose of the DNS request is to get the IP of a fully qualified domain name (FQDN), that is to say translate www.google.fr to some IP address. If you manage a network of machines, you might want to : completely block DNS request on ...


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Most likely either another administrator or some of your users have set their computers to use Google's DNS service (located at IP addresses 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4). It's probably nothing to worry about. If your firewall has packet capture capabilities, you can try running a capture and then opening the capture file in Wireshark to inspect the traffic and make ...



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