On April 7th 2014, a new security vulnerability was announced in OpenSSL: Heartbleed. Heartbleed is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. The Heartbleed bug allows anyone … Continue Reading
We have spoken to our technical support teams from all of our SSL vendors in regards to this issue and if your server runs the version of OpenSSL that is … Continue Reading
WorldHostingDays.global 2014 is just around the corner. OpenSRS will be at WHD.global again this year and if you are attending the event we’d love to meet you face to face.
We are hosting … Continue Reading
Until March 31st, we are offering up to $100 in account credits* if you download and use the new “Powered by Verisign” assets on your website, blog or social media channels.
This … Continue Reading
OpenSRS will begin accepting domain registrations that have a registered claim with the Trademark Clearinghouse.
For the first 90 days after a new TLD enters the General Availability phase, a … Continue Reading
On March 6, CIRA, the .CA registry operator, will change their data validation rules. Please keep in mind that on this date, CIRA will become more strict about owner data … Continue Reading
Being able to conduct our private online affairs privately is important.
If you don’t need any further convincing, jump down to find out why online privacy matters to us, what … Continue Reading
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has recently launched a new Community Investment Program designed to provide funding to community groups, not-for-profits, and academic institutions for projects that enhance the … Continue Reading
With the launch of registrant verification, we are continually making improvements to simplify and streamline this new ICANN requirement. We are introducing some new features and fixes to the registrant … Continue Reading