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OpenDNS Deluxe and Enterprise now available.


The OpenDNS announced today the availability of Deluxe and Enterprise, added to their existing service OpenDNS Basic. The basic service includes web content filtering, typo correction, up to 25 domains for whitelist and blacklist, reporting, web based dashboard, and shortcuts. This service is good for home network use. I highly recommend this tool to add in your network where you can denied access to adult website not appropriate for your children.

If you want more features, you can use the Deluxe or Enterprise version of OpenDNS. The Deluxe provide more whitelist/blacklist domains up to 50 and no Ads. The cost for OpenDNS Deluxe is $9.95 per year for family or $5 per user per year. The Enterprise version support up to 500 domains for whitelists/blacklists, capability to block page redirect, complete security e.g. phishing, botnet and malware protection, audit log and ad-free. You need to call their Contact Sales for pricing. For more details, please visit http://www.opendns.com/start/ the website.

Update:
October 22, 2009. The price is now available starting at $2000/year. Special K-12 pricing available.

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