Yesterday, here's how I connected to the Internet from home:

I used a router someone else (AT&T) owned. This router was hard-coded to record every website I visit (because it redirected all DNS queries to AT&Ts servers).

Today, here's how I connect to the Internet:

I use a router I own, running and using for nearly all of my DNS queries, falling back to for the rest.

I <3 !

@codesections Do AT&T really hard-code the DNS entries? That’s awful.


> Do AT&T really hard-code the DNS entries?


> That’s awful.


And they also did it in about the laziest way possible—the web UI still has a configuration option to change the DNS, but it's grayed out and can't be changed from the AT&T server.

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