Your domain name may very well be the most valuable asset of your company. What are you doing to ensure it doesn't get into the wrong hands? Regardless of how it happens, if someone were to gain access to your account, and thus, your domain name, they could shut it down, redirect traffic, or something worse. Prevent anyone from making any configuration changes to your domain name even if they have the keys to your account.

What is a Registry Lock?

Registry Lock is a service that provides an extra layer of security against domain name hijacking by locking your valuable domain name at the registry level to prevent unauthorized changes, deletions, or transfers. A registry lock makes such changes impossible by requiring multiple parties to provide offline authorization in order for any changes to be made.

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How does a Registry Lock work?

  • 1
    Initiate For whatever reason you want to remove the registry lock from your domain, open a support ticket in your account to begin the process.
  • 2
    Request An authorized senior manager at 101domain will manually submit a request to the top-level domain registry to remove the registry lock.
  • 3
    Verify The registry will verify the request through a phone call with senior 101domain management using a secure passphrase.

Inquire about placing a Registry Lock on your domains today.

Not all domains can be locked at the registry level, but many can. Registry lock is available for .com, .net, .info, .pro, .mobi, .ac, .io, .sh, .co, .biz, .us, .bank, .insurance, and more being added regularly.

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