An anonymous reader writes: I used to use the free EveryDNS service for secondary DNS on my websites. Dyn, Inc bought them out and today has switched to redirecting all requests to a spam website. That is to say, someone asks their DNS servers where my website is hosted, and even though they know it is hosted on my computers, they intentionally return the address of their own computers. It's well within their rights to stop offering this free service, but giving fraudulent answers to DNS requests is a major breach. I can't believe they think they're going to get more customers with this approach. Are there any DNS service providers that aren't evil?