Article category: How to guides

Our optimised DNS zone page gives you even more control

by Daniel - 08.06.2017

Modifying DNS information from your account is now easier than ever thanks to our newly refocused layout and numerous other practical modifications we’ve made to our DNS zone management page. See how our revamped page is going to save you time and effort! 

Domain name renewal: 4 easy ways to avoid potential problems

by Daniel - 09.03.2017

It's crucial that you keep your domain name registration up-to-date. Forgetting to renew your domain can be a mistake, one which costs you in time, money, and even your reputation. To prevent the damaging effects that come from not renewing your domain, we recommend you take the following four precautions. 

Manage your account better with our new activity log feature!

by Daniel - 16.01.2017

EuroDNS strives to make your user experience as efficient and secure as possible. To this end, we’ve just added a feature to help you gain more control of your account. Our new activity log enables you to access a chronological record of all actions taken on your account, providing you with a clear overview of who has accessed it and why.  

3 reasons why investing in domain privacy protection is a must

by Daniel - 10.11.2016

Is domain privacy worth it? It is if you don’t want your name, address, email, and phone details exposed to the whole world. Fortunately, for those of us who value our online anonymity, opting for privacy is a simple, effective, and – perhaps best of all – inexpensive option. 

IoT, the Internet of Threats? Know the risks and stay safe

by Daniel - 08.11.2016

Soon, nearly every aspect of our life will be connected to the Internet. And, as a result, our most commonly used electronic devices will be able to send and receive user data to businesses. But what kind - and how big - a threat to personal safety and security will all these connected devices create?

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