Lesson #7

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I GOT COMODO TO WORK WITH OUR COMMENT BAR YISSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!

Ok, ok.... I'm happy. Give me a minute...... Woosah.

Anyways, I've been having this issue since day 1 where livefyre would not load no matter what with Comodo Dragon (Chromium + security packs). I tried literally everything I could think of: Copied the js over to exceptions, allowed all cookies and js, disabled adblock. Nothing worked. I tried one last thing thinking it wouldn't work. I unchecked "comodo dns service" in the options and sure enough I can now comment in Comodo. 

Those not familiar with DNS service let me give you a quick run down. When you punch in facebook.com you send packets to a dns server. By default it's usually your ISP's server (Usually slow because they are overburdened) and this server recognizes facebook.com as 69.63.176.13. This is the physical address of facebook. 

So why doesn't livefyre work with Comodo DNS? That is a very good question that I'd like to know myself. But, why I do know is that the address had to be blacklisted. Now for an element (livefyre plugin) to be blacklisted with no trace of evidence is very rare. Anyways, it works now and I am using google dns which is just as fast and secure.

 

If you want to try a different dns server to see if you get more speed out of your web experience I highly recommend it. Google "how to change dns" and fyi google's servers are:

primary: 8.8.8.8
secondary: 8.8.4.4

You're very welcome! :D

Thank errrrybody

 

author: mrfixit

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