Question: Is Cloudflare DNS Better Than Google?

Is Cloudflare faster than Google?

CloudFlare is a well-known internet security company and CDN provider, and today it announced its own public DNS service. According to the company, the service is faster than both Google DNS and OpenDNS. CloudFlare’s DNS uses 1.1.

Which Google DNS is faster?

Faster than Google and OpenDNS

Google also has a public DNS (8.8. 8.8 and 8.8. 4.4 for IPv4 service, and 2001:4860:4860::8888 and 2001:4860:4860::8844 for IPv6 access), but Cloudflare is faster than Google, and faster than OpenDNS (part of Cisco) and Quad9.

Is Cloudflare DNS any good?

Not to mention that Cloudflare has the fastest public DNS servers of all! So, the benefits of using Cloudflare are: Not logging DNS traffic, no saving of your IP—privacy first. Speed—the fastest of all DNS providers.

Is it better to use Google DNS?

If your ISPs DNS host is crummy, it probably has better performance. Many times DNS makes a big performance difference in browsing the web. Then again, Googles DNS is likely to have more in-cache, so possibly faster to answer. Another good thing is that Google’s DNS servers validate DNSSEC, most ISP DNS servers do not.

Why is Cloudflare blocking me from websites?

By default Cloudflare blocks IP addresses that are known for being sources of spam and malicious content. In addition, if you notice spam or DDoS attacks coming from a particular IP address or range, you can block it. If an address is blocked by multiple Cloudflare users it will be blocked globally.

Should I use OpenDNS?

Here’s why: Unlike the DNS servers of your less reliable ISP, OpenDNS servers store the IP addresses of millions of websites in their cache so it would take less time to resolve your requests. Another huge advantage of using OpenDNS is that it blocks phishing websites from loading on your computer.