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Protecting domain names with domain locking

If you have a phone at home, you probably have to “beat”, a process through which unscrupulous long-haul move to their service without your informed consent. What many do not know is that this type of seizure can occur with domain names.

Unfortunately, some site owners have lived. the most common practices are:
A third change in the server domain name information so that it becomes a web host their control. TheirDomain name and then loads the content of their choice.

Another domain registrar to transfer your domain, and the loading process, their higher charges.

unauthorized third parties to create subdomains on your domain, and use them to host their own content.

And as the swap FCC has taken steps to prevent unauthorized long distance that is, you can find information to prevent unauthorized changes to your domain registration to make sure your domain registrarCastle offers a domain (not all). Yahoo Small Business Domains is a provider of popular domain, offers for free.

You can change the settings for Yahoo domain name in the Yahoo control panel domain, which blocks you can turn domain. When activated, no change (non-renewal) can be any domain, or technical information in your stateexpress consent – not even you (to close off the domain).

In addition to registering your domain through a trusted domain registrar such as Yahoo, you can also prevent the diversion of private domain registration to hide using the contact information is your administrative domain. If the administrative email address kidnapper is publicly available, the potential has two important pieces of information – the domain nameand e-mail address of the administrator. If you will have access to the email administrator, you can change your domain settings.

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  1. March 13, 2011 at 6:53 AM

    ok i got it

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