pcmasterrace tip

Use Google's Public DNS.

In light of Net Neutrality being repealed, ISP's like Spectrum and Charter have started using their DNS servers as a way to hijack what you browse. This can be used to censor and redirect you from what you're trying to view.I was looking for some legacy software that gets DMCA'd left and right, and noticed the other day that I was being taken to DNSrsearch instead of to the files I wanted.https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/usingYou can do this for IPv4 as well as IPv6. Even on my newly-acquired local ISP I still use Google's public DNS