Article category: Products

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.

SSL certificates verify your website & secure your online transactions

by Meg - 26.03.2015

An SSL certificate is a digital endorsement of the identity of your website, the same way your passport proves who you are. Your website will display a padlock icon, followed by HTTPS at the start of your URL. Users will know immediately that they can enter sensitive information in a secure environment.

You talk about name servers, I hear >@%3 $3r<3?$!

by Meg - 10.03.2015

Have we ever asked you to update or reconfigure your name servers? You’ve dutifully followed our instructions but not really been 100% clear as to what they are or why you’re doing it. Keeping the technical bumph to a minimum; the primary function of name servers is to translate a domain name into an IP address - so far so good...

Domain privacy protects against identity theft and domain hijacking

by Meg - 15.01.2015

It's an unsettling obligation that when you register domain names, you have to provide full and accurate contact details. Are you happy having this information published on the Internet, or not so much? We've got the perfect solution, domain privacy, take a look...