Archive for the ‘Domain Registration’ Category

Anti Fraud Measure

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

CBCC-ComputerAccepting credit card payments online has always carried risks for online businesses such as ours.  Fraudsters get ahold of credit card data, and will attempt to make online purchases with the stolen credit card info.  Once the card’s owner realizes there are charges on their card they’ve not authorized,  they call the bank that issued the card to dispute the purchase.  This has the effect of reversing the purchase, so the vendor does not get paid, and will also get charged an additional chargeback fee.


Our Patented Login Security Agent

Friday, September 19th, 2014

As an ICANN accredited registrar, we take the security on your account very seriously. The measures we take include

  • Having any page where sensitive information you provide is SSL encrypted and behind a login session.
  • Optional two factor authentication, where an app on your smart phone or tablet provides 6 digit code you add to your regular password. A new code is generated every thirty seconds.
  • A strength indicator rates your password when you create or update a new password on our system.


Whois Privacy and Why It Matters.

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Every registered domain name has a Whois record which will contain contact for the registrant (owner), administrator, billing and technical contact.  For each of these contact positions (they can be the same), the Whois record will contain:

  • individual’s first and last name
  • organization’s name
  • postal address
  • phone number and optional fax number
  • email address

Additionally, the Whois record will contact contact information for the domain’s registrar, and the domain’s creation date, expiry date, name server names and IP addresses, the domain’s status and the date the record was last updated.


The new gTLDs are here!

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

The face of the Internet is changing with the introduction of new generic extensions (also called gTLDs or generic top level domains). Instead of having a domain name with a .com extension and the part coming before the .com describing the purpose of the site, you can now register domains with extensions that are part of the meaning of the site.


New HTML Formatted Renewal Reminders

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

If you’re reading this, you’re likely (hopefully) a customer of Register4Less, Inc., and have received news from the R4L Team about our new hosting and domain renewal reminders.
The purpose of this blog post is to add a little background to how and why the renewal reminders have changed. This is all a part of the process we have undergone for moving as a reseller for another ICANN Accredited registrar to being directly accredited ourselves.