At OpenSRS, we believe that customer service is part of the product. Customer expectations are evolving, and as the bar rises, we strive to stay ahead of the competition. It’s … Continue Reading
“Data privacy by design, data privacy by default.” You may have heard this phrase recently, on Twitter or in blog posts, but where does it come from? What does it … Continue Reading
Last night we experienced a sequence of events that led to intermittent degraded performance across many OpenSRS services. At 1AM UTC we were the target of a sophisticated DNS attack … Continue Reading
This blog post is a follow-up to the information we published a few months ago regarding the Google-Symantec conundrum.
Symantec and Google have agreed on a plan that … Continue Reading
No one likes spam. That’s why we limit our emails to information that’s of real value to you. For the most part, this includes updates on promotions, product launches, new … Continue Reading
Google shook up the SSL industry back in March of this year when they released a proposal addressing “a series of failures by Symantec Corporation to properly validate certificates.” The … Continue Reading
Uniregistry has announced a number of TLD price increases, taking effect on September 8th, 2017. Our main concern with this type of increase is that it has the potential to … Continue Reading
Internet security and safety have never been more crucial. It’s rare to see an individual not connected to the web via phone, tablet or computer. Unless of course, they … Continue Reading
Offering SSL certificates is a sure way to grow your margin, spice up your product line and make a positive dent in the web security space. But where do you … Continue Reading
We issued a press release today announcing that Tucows has agreed to acquire eNom from Rightside.
By bringing together OpenSRS and eNom under one roof, we are definitively forming the largest … Continue Reading