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joel lee

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How to Lock a Domain?
« on: March 16, 2020, 12:24:37 AM »
A domain name of a business can be one of the company's most valuable assets. So, whether you've been using your domain name presently for years or have just acquired it, you should be sure to protect it. It is important to ensure that you don't lose it due to oversight, deception or illegal activity.

So You have to follow some steps to Lock a Domain in Detail:

  • Firstly Access the Reseller Control Panel after logging in.
  • From the list that is provided, pick the domain name which you wish to Lock/Unlock. After this, you can move on to the Order Information view.
  • Click on the link that says Lock / Suspend.

There are some other aspects that are important for you to know in detail to lock a Domain that you have to know in Detail.

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Re: How to Lock a Domain?
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2020, 07:24:47 AM »
Domain Lock, often referred to as Domain Update Lock, prevents your domain name from being updated or transferred without you first unlocking it from within your account.
Once your domain is registered and active in our system, you will see this setting available in your domain name settings screen (if domain locking is available for your domain name).

Domain Update Lock adds the following security features to your account:

Protects against DNS modifications, updating the auth code, and various other modifications. A domain name with this status lock is included in the zone files, can be transferred, deleted, and renewed.
Protects from unauthorized transfers out of our system to another Registrar. A domain name with this lock is included in the zone files, can be updated, deleted and renewed.