Registry Lock Protection

Limit the access to your domain names.

Registry Lock is a security mechanism designed to prevent accidental or malicious changes to a Domain Name record, like changing Domain owner details, changing nameservers, or transferring the domain. A Registry Lock is applied by the Top Level Domain (TLD's) registry operator and prevents any changes to the domain name unless suitable authentication data is presented by pre-authorized individuals from the Registrar.

It can be applied for a short period or for the entire duration of the domain name registration (in fact, an active Registry Lock guarantees auto renewals so you'll never drop a name by missing a renewal).