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As promised, we’re continuing to support DNSSEC for new domain name extensions as registries launch their support of the service. The latest extension, .biz, requires the same fields as .us to enable DNSSEC and secure .biz websites. Here are DNSSEC data requirements for all supported extensions. To understand more about DNSSEC, see What is DNSSEC?
We now support DNSSEC with .us and .eu domain name extensions. Now you can secure your .eu and .us sites just like you did with the .orgs. Almost! DNSSEC does the same digital signature matchup on every DNSSEC-aware domain name extension. But each of these Country-Code domain names (ccTLDs) requires a different set of information [...]
DNSSEC is brand new. The very first DNS-aware registry, PIR sponsoring .org domain name extensions, just fired it up last week. And so did we! Check out our FAQs on what DNSSEC is, how it works, what security it provides, etc. If we missed something, let us know. Stay tuned for new DNSSEC-aware registries and [...]
Recently, malware has affected some websites that use PHP, a simple yet powerful Web server scripting language. Examples of commonly used PHP-based applications include WordPress®, Joomla!®, and Drupal®. Even though Go Daddy® hosting provides industry standard firewalls, state-of-the-art data centers, denial of service attack prevention, the latest server software security updates, virus scanning, and 24/7 [...]
If you’ve worked with the Internet, you know that the Domain Name System (DNS) is critical for almost everything. Without it, customers wouldn’t find your website, your email wouldn’t work, and your employees couldn’t get to most of your software. DNS turns machine-friendly numeric addresses, like 10.10.10.1, into human-friendly addresses like www.coolexample.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. What [...]
Go Daddy® Website Protection Site Scanner, SSL certificates, and anti-virus software are all very different in how they function, but each one plays a key role in keeping your data safe. Site Scanner — Site Scanner scans your website daily and notifies you of vulnerabilities that might pose a threat to your data or your [...]
Have you ever heard of SQL injection? How about cross-site scripting? If you have a website, you should know what these things are and how they can affect you and visitors to your site. A recent study by SANS.org uncovered that “web application vulnerabilities such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting flaws in open source [...]
True to its name, a Multiple Domain (UCC) SSL certificate allows you to secure more than one domain with a single certificate. For a better understanding of Multiple Domain (UCC) SSL certificates, see What is a Multiple Domain UCC SSL Certificate?. If you have a UCC, you may at one time or another find the [...]
When requesting an SSL certificate, you secure more than just the submitted common name.