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We all know about Uniform Record Locators or URLs that web browsers use to bring us the pages that we are looking for. These act as the “street” address of the document. The first part of the address that ends in .com, .net or .org or any other numerous endings are part of the Domain Name System. These URL’s allow us to type in something that makes relative sense vs a long string of random numbers that a computer could parse to do the same thing. One problem with being dependent of this type of system is that it can be misused by cybercriminals. Some have gone so far as to use the actual DNS as an attack vector. By implementing DNS filter you can prevent some of this nastiness from affecting your use of the internet. In this article you will learn more about DNS filtering and how it can help you.