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  1. Flush your DNS cache on Mac OS 10.7+ Website and download: https://github.com/cdraeger/alfred2-flushdns-workflow Direct Download: https://github.com/cdraeger/alfred2-flushdns-workflow/blob/master/export/flushdns.alfredworkflow?raw=true Command used (see http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5343): sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder ================================= I know there already have been workflows for this, but those have been uploaded to Dropbox and the links are down. Also (without knowing if this was possible with prior solutions), I tried to add a little convenience: you can enter your password as an argument directly into the Alfred launcher. This is much quicker and more convenient since you won't be prompted for a password anymore. If you don't enter your password into the launcher (or if it is wrong), you will be prompted for it. (And don't worry: I'm not storing or submitting any data. You can check this in the code, it's a quite simple workflow)
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