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It's buggy. It has deemed legitimate sites as malicious. When you try to go to a false flagged site you get an OpenDNS warning page. If you contest it you can send them an email and it can take a minimum of 72hrs to resolve the issue. I ran against that using the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg's malware analysis sandbox. Not a malicious site, a White Hat site for automated malware analysis. That's why I stopped using it in 2010.

Personally, I use GTEI and Google DNS servers.

This site lists Public DNS servers

http://theos.in/windows-xp/free-fast-public-dns-server-list/

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I've been flopping forth on this myself a bit. It seems okay, but one thing that really bugs me is the unavailable page with search results when a domain is incorrectly typed and not found. If I wanted to search I would have just googled it. It's so so.

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