Results for: domain hijacking

Ultimate Best Practice Guide in Domain Management

by Tonia

A complete best practice guide to Domain Name Management suitable for both small growing business and for an established enterprise with a large domain portfolio. Learn 6 steps to building a robust domain management policy, understand issues & risks associated with poor management, its impact on brand identity and reputation.

Is DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) the best choice for DNS privacy?

by Daniel

The Internet Engineering Task Force’s (IETF) decision to adopt DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) as a standard protocol for sending and receiving DNS queries and responses has many speculating that DoH could be the future of DNS privacy. But many are questioning whether acceptance and adoption of of DoH is the right move. Here's why.

The year's biggest data privacy and cybersecurity concerns

by Daniel

GDPR, WHOIS, HTTPS, TLD abuse. In 2018, data privacy and cybersecurity issues dominated the domain industry. EuroDNS addressed security and privacy challenges - some old, some new - on a number of fronts. A recap of the year's biggest privacy and cybersecurity concerns, and how we were able to help our customers.

Domain typosquatting: best practices for brand protection

by Daniel

Domain typosquatting is in the news again with a recent report that .CM typosquatted sites have received 12 million visits just this year alone! Are you familiar with the basic brand protection strategies that will keep both your customers and brand reputation safe from typosquatting-related threats? Forewarned is forearmed.

5 reasons to transfer your .ES domain name to EuroDNS

by Daniel

Recent news that two .ES domain registrars have had their authorisation revoked reminds us that not all registrars are equal. Just ask the many affected domain name holders who’ve been informed by the .ES registry, Red.es, that their domains will have to be transferred to a different, authorised registrar – like EuroDNS.

Why you should move your .FI domain names to EuroDNS now!

by Meg

On 2 Sept 2016, the .FI registry (FICORA) will cease acting as a registrar. All accounts held in their system will be closed. If your .FI domain names are registered directly with FICORA, you must find a new registrar to manage your domain names. This doesn't apply if your .FI domain names are registered with EuroDNS already.

Protect your domain names – use a single registrar!

by Meg

Domain name management can be hard work. Registration requirements are often complicated. Keeping up with renewals is a pain. And protecting your domain names against hijacking is stressful. Storing your names with numerous registrars magnifies these issues. Take a look at how to simplify your domain management.

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