When you’ve finished configuring Umbrella, you can test your system by pointing your browser to one of our test destinations.
Note: We've rebranded to Cisco Umbrella; however, you might notice that some of our test pages display OpenDNS. Don't worry. You're at the right place. Over time, we'll be updating these pages to display the new Cisco Umbrella name and logo.
The following test pages apply to Umbrella DNS coverage and may not apply to users with active SIG coverage.
- examplemalwaredomain.com—Malware test page. Use this link to test that Umbrella is protecting you against domains with malware threats.
- examplebotnetdomain.com—Command and Control Callback test page. Use this link to test that Umbrella is protecting you against domains with Command and Control Callback threats.
- exampleadultsite.com—Adult content test page. Use this link to test that Umbrella is configured to block access to sites with adult content (pornography).
- www.internetbadguys.com—Phishing test page. Use this link to test that Umbrella is configured to protect you from accessing phishing domains.
- welcome.umbrella.com—Use this link to test that you have configured your system to use Umbrella.
- https://ssl-proxy.opendnstest.com/—Intelligent Proxy w/SSL decryption. Use this link to test that Umbrella is configured so that you are using SSL decryption in the Intelligent proxy when accessing a domain.
- http://proxy.opendnstest.com/—Intelligent Proxy test page. Use this link to test that the Intelligent Proxy is configured correctly.
Note: The testing domains cannot be used for testing if you use only a network tunnel (CDFW) with a web policy.