I received two emails this week asking me if OpenDNS would work with Mac OS X 10.7 (aka Lion). Whenever a new version of a major operating system comes out, I get a couple questions like this. Of course, the answer is yes. OpenDNS works great with Mac OS X 10.7. Lion even has improved IPv6 support, which makes using our IPv6 Sandbox even easier.
The entire point of OpenDNS is to give you the power to protect all the devices you manage — at home, at work, or on the road. Any device, anywhere, any time.
So next time a new version of an operating system comes out, or some cool new network-connected device is unveiled, chances are that someone is already running OpenDNS on it; connecting with confidence.
Have a wonderful Friday, no matter what operating system you’re reading this on.