Results for: domain hijacking

SSL certificate explained: all you need to know about SSL.

by Meg

Do you buy clothes, books, or pizza, book holidays, or access your bank account – online? Did you enter your credit card details without a second thought, or did you check the site was safe? Visitors to your site do the same – check it’s secure. You do you have an SSL certificate, don’t you?

Do you know what EPP status codes are? You cannot be serious!

by Meg

Jeepers creepers, they can stop your domain name being hijacked and you don't know what they are? They're codes that tell you what’s going on. Is your registration about to fail? Is your name being transferred to another registrar? Is it going to be deleted? EPP status codes are alerts that gives you time to act...

Don’t start a domain name transfer without reading this!

by Meg

To protect your domain name from hijackers, a domain name transfer takes more than just the click of a button. There are essential things you have to do to make the transfer successful. Here's your check list for a trouble-free transfer...

You need to be aware of this domain name registration scam!

by Meg

If you receive an email pretending to be from a domain name registration centre in Asia, informing you that someone is trying to register a series of domain names based on your brand and domain name - what would you do?

Domain privacy protects against identity theft and domain hijacking

by Meg

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...