Why am I here?
The Level3 Web Assistant has been enabled to provide useful searches from web address errors. You have entered an unknown name which the Armstrong service has used to provide suggestions for sites that may be useful to you. By clicking on one of these suggestions, Yahoo! search results, which may include relevant sponsored links.
Why should I use it?
The Level3 Web Assistant makes finding what you’re looking for easier and easier. The service uses the entered nonexistent website name to determine useful search results. Often you will see a desired website or page that meets your needs.
Do you track my internet usage?
No. The Level3 Web Assistant simply redirects queries to nonexistent domain names to a helpful search results page instead of an encrypted error message page or browser-defined page.
What is DNS?
DNS is an acronym for Internet Domain Name System. DNS is primarily used to map Internet computer addresses to domain names such as “www.yahoo.com”. For more information, please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_name_system.
How to deactivate this service?
If this service does not suit you, please visit your Preferences to disable it. At any time, you can activate the service by visiting your Preferences.