1 (edited by: MapleDots May 14, 2021 09:00 am)

Topic: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

https://i.postimg.cc/WpZB37wp/godaddy2.png




Godaddy has changed the rules on what they consider high value domains.

I got this notification this morning and even though I have the following turned on for all my domains...

1. Security code on call in.
2. Two step verification
3. Google Authenticator


They still deem it necessary to increase security on what they think are ultra high value domains.


So I can say I have a lot of domains at godaddy but they deemed only one to fall into this higher value evaluation.



Did anyone else get the email and what domain qualified?

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Re: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

you might be the lone person here that consolidates their domains at godaddy!

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Re: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

*THUMBSUP* …they are just not for me..but obviously they are for many

rlm wrote:

you might be the lone person here that consolidates their domains at godaddy!

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Re: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

rlm wrote:

you might be the lone person here that consolidates their domains at godaddy!

No I have domains at a number of other registrars as well but I just happen to have quite a few at godaddy too.

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Re: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

https://i.postimg.cc/wTyS4QRK/Picture0143.png


So this is what it looks like if you try to unlock a higher value domain.

6 (edited by: MapleDots May 16, 2021 08:38 am)

Re: GoDaddy changes security rules for high value domains

https://i.postimg.cc/WzJX8SWX/Picture0144.png


This is what it looks like if you unlock a lower value domain


So they send you another text message or in my case Google Authenticator to unlock the domain.


I like it  *THUMBSUP*