Tucows provides reasonable, lawful access to non-public registration data; this means constantly working to balance the privacy rights of registrants against the rights of third parties, most of which, in … Continue Reading
You may have heard that many high-profile domain registrars are being targeted by a massive phishing attack against domain owners.
We have received reports that some of those attacks are … Continue Reading
**This post was updated on August 12, 2015 at 12:30 PM EST.**
On August 4, 2015 our security team identified and stopped unauthorized access to one of our systems. As … Continue Reading
One of the benefits of being a reseller is that your registrar takes on the task of working within the domain name regulatory environment for you. Occasionally, however, pertinent issues … 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
With the preview launch of our Control Panel, if you’re an Internet Explorer 6 user, it’s probably time we had a chat. And if you don’t want to talk to … Continue Reading
Effective today, it’s now possible to add WHOIS privacy to .CO domains.
At launch WHOIS privacy was not permitted on .CO domain names. Recently that policy was amended to permit … Continue Reading
The Internet can be a dangerous place, even for the professionals who live and breath it. Imagine the frustration felt by website owners after realizing their site has been compromised … Continue Reading
Internet privacy is a big deal these days. Privacy breaches at various sites have exposed sensitive data like home addresses, phone numbers, email, and more.
But for domain name owners, … Continue Reading
Today we’re very excited to announce that OpenSRS is rolling out a brand new Trust Service that incorporates the first phase of the long-awaited new control panels for the OpenSRS … Continue Reading