Article category: Domain security

Register multiple domain names & own your market space!

by Meg - 20.08.2015

Your domain name is your company name, your online identity. But owning just your company name isn't enough. You need to create a powerful online identity distinguishing you from the crowd, gaining more exposure. Registering variations of your domain name is key to protecting the integrity of your brand and increasing your online presence.

Free crash course in domain names, it's gonna save your ass!

by Meg - 20.07.2015

This is a shout out to website newbies! I'd like to share with you a few pointers on setting up your website and choosing your domain name. Your domain name is going to be at the centre of your marketing campaign, it's your brand and it's going to be with you for a while.

GlobalSign - provider of our SSL certificates - talks online security

by Meg - 01.07.2015

EuroDNS now offers SSL certificates! They give customers the means to validate their websites and protect their online transactions. To do this we partnered with GlobalSign, the globally renowned WebTrust accredited Certificate Authority, who offer the strongest encryption available. I caught up with Paul van Brouwershaven from GlobalSign to find out more.

How to choose your SSL certificate and get it up and running

by Meg - 12.06.2015

You can now get an SSL certificate from EuroDNS; a free one for every domain name you've got registered with us. We launched SSL certificates as part of our ongoing fight against Internet crime. They provide an easy and cost-effective way for website owners to secure online transactions. Here’s how to apply, and set them up!

SHA-1 SSL certificates compromised - upgrade to SHA-2 now!

by Meg - 23.04.2015

EuroDNS recently launched SSL certificates; a hugely significant step in its mission to secure the Internet. If you want people to buy your products, you have to prove your website’s genuine, that it’s safe for them to enter payment details and make online purchases. If you're using SSL certificates already, you must ensure that they use the SHA-2 algorithm.

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