Domain security : All registrars should implement this feature by 101Domain

When it comes down to securing your domain names, one method is not enough. Domain theft is rampant, and the current structure of the reclaiming process puts the onus on the victim. In other words, it's best not to have to deal with a domain theft incident to begin with. Two factor … [Read more...]

Domain registrars: The good, the bad and the ugly

ICANN accreditation of domain registrars requires both a strict adherence to the standards mandated by ICANN, and a business approach that understands the complexities of the market. With that in mind, not all domain registrars are created equal. This is not a registrar ranking diatribe, … [Read more...]

What exactly is a secure Domain Registrar?

Modern security principles are stricter than ever. Implementing security at several levels involves the admission that any system is vulnerable by default. Defining the weak points of any electronic system, whether it is on the Internet or on intranets, is the fist step towards establishing a … [Read more...]

Who is Khulood Abbas and why does he want to be my friend on Facebook?

I don't use Facebook for non-friends or relatives so it's odd when complete strangers send me friend requests. The emails appear to be coming from Facebook's notification service, with a subject such as "Khulood Abbas wants to be friends with you on Facebook." Of course, the sender is spoofed … [Read more...]

Fly Fabulous: the Business class Registrar

I've been using as my primary domain registrar for two years now; it was a choice that was made despite having had a long term commitment to eNom. As I've reviewed the features of domainer-grade registrars in the past and presented the extensive level of security … [Read more...]