on 08-12-2020 03:50 PM
ICO.org has been informed, if it serves at 'anything'!
It still is happening.
Also if one wishes to change servers IP, I managed to replace one router [did two] and seems OK now.
I cannot 'make' other router accept new IPs - no idea why - same newest router [black] with latest firmware & nothings is changed after clicked apply 'on this router only'
Can anyone be so kind to post [with prt/scn images] step by step?
So anyone will try that, while sooner or later this will go to Court in my view!
on 15-07-2020 10:52 AM
If the opt out is not working properly an easy way to enforce the opt out of the service is to change your DNS servers for your connection. Change them to Google's DNS servers 22.214.171.124. and 126.96.36.199 and that automatically works.
on 15-07-2020 07:48 AM
I'm sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Error replacement is part of the service we offer to enhance customer experience and provide customers with further guidance with their online search. In the interest of consent, we offer the option to opt out. We are aware of an issue with the service and we’re looking to resolve as soon as possible.
on 24-06-2020 04:35 PM
on 23-06-2020 09:43 AM
If you still experiencing an issue with this then could you complete the opt out again and then leave the router turned off for a full 30 minutes and then let us know if this works please.
on 22-06-2020 07:45 AM
Thank you for that, you made my day, I learnt something new!
I have flagged your post for assistance and you should hear soon.
on 22-06-2020 12:04 AM
I'm talking about https://www.talktalk.co.uk/optout/
This opt out is supposed to stop talktalk from hijacking dns requests via barefruit's service.
When I interact with a non-existent domain I expect to see NXDOMAIN from the command line, or an error page in a browser.
Instead talktalk are substituting that NXDOMAIN with A records that point to an IP owned by barefruit.
The result of this "Error Replacement Service" is talktalk serving up unsolicited "helpful" spam instead of an error, and making money in the process.
If you could make sure the opt out is honoured, that'd be great 🙂