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ICANN 60 days rule. Well it's not apply in your case, since the domain is already register 5 year ago (not 60 days ago), and I've assume you've not change any detail from last 60 days. Domain transfer is really easy nowadays, it doesn't require time at all, you can transfer any domain name in only one day, or max two days. Also you can change anything you ...


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Your best bet is to always register the domain right after checking it (if it's available). With a few billion people connected to the Internet, it's not uncommon that a few people come up with the same domain idea at the same time. In fact, on my recent search for the domain for a new project, I came across two interesting names that were just registered - ...


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How to ensure I always buy an informative domain in the lowest price possible? You can't, specifically if you aim to guarantee future lowest prices. End of story. You seem to have multiple questions recently all around TLD pricing, always with some strange views or references to one specific TLD that does not have a place in most questions. The domain ...


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I have been a domain reseller for many years and I have yet to hear of a registrar charging a renewal price based on the actual domain name. I suspect it would be a spectacular marketing failure. I am not sure what makes you think any business does that. Firstly it would likely be too hard to manage all the domains and different prices and secondly, if a ...


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Should renewal price of gTLD will always be identical to the price of purchase? No, not in all cases. For at least the following reasons, which is certainly not an exhaustive list: gTLDs are started in phases, starting with a sunrise. Sunrise prices are often higher (but not always, Google Registry has lower sunrise prices than during standard ...


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The pricing of a given domain depends on the registry and the registrars. Most registries have the same price for registration and renewal, but especially with new gTLDs, registries sometimes run promotional sales where first-year registration can be significantly cheaper. Also some ccTLDs have different prices, for example .pl costs 10 PLN to register and ...


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Why aren't gTLD domains sold in a unified price? Why should they? We live in a world where economy is bound by offers and demands, isn't it? So sellers are free to set their prices, and buyers are free to pay that price or not. And your question could be for all TLDs, not just gTLDs. Domains were free, back in the days, before the world wide web become ...


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What does "Secure domain space" mean technically? Nothing specially, as this is not a technical specification. Here is what happens. 1) HSTS is a new standard, implemented by many browsers, that prohibits them to connect over HTTP and force HTTPS. This either happens after the first connection through HTTP (the server replies with some headers dictating ...


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This is not your father's .ly Libya was under the control of Muammar Khadafi, author of the Pan Am 103 bombing and many other horrors. But Libya farmed out their TLD to a western company for hard cash, so it wasn't completely reckless to have all those adverb sites ending in .ly. Iran makes full use of .ir internally. Your site would be a guest of the ...


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If the domain name is displayed on your invoice, you can take it to a lawyer for better ways to handle this or you will have to wait for it to become available to purchase. Sadly there is no won't be able to recover it because it belongs to the Telecom company according to the registrar information.


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Secure Domain Space TLD's are encrypted at the domain level using HSTS. Theoretically you would still be able to connect to it for gaming, but hosted websites will be encrypted by default. HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a web security policy mechanism that helps to protect websites against protocol downgrade attacks1 and cookie hijacking. ...


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I'd like to register a .ir domain for a neat domain hack, but it seems to be quite difficult as it's Iranian. This is not the only problem you have to take into account. Once you get the domain of your wish, if you do, you have to remember that the domain, and its use, is still bound to Iranian laws. You may lose it, or worse, if you do not abide by those ...


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