WHOIS Protection with File Host Provider
By default, your current WHOIS information must be publicly available as well as entirely accurate. Therefore you will need to write down your individual or firm information on the web and re–confirm that it is accessible for everyone to review. When using the ID Protect solution delivered by File Host Provider, you are provided with the option to obscure all your information by making use of our information instead.
A great advantage would be that all of the domain–related e–mails (transfer requests, EPP codes, and so on) will continue to pass, when not needed emails can be filtered out.
Whois Protection–eligible TLDs
Because of a registry–imposed limitation, File Host Provider can’t have our WHOIS protection service to all the domain names you can get. If a TLD supports this type of service by registry principle, only then we will offer it to you too. However, almost all widely–used domain names extensions include WHOIS protection support.
These TLDs include: .com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, .co, .co.za, .me, .tv, .cc and .we.bs.
Get SSL certificates from your CP
From the Domain Manager, you’ll also be able to order an SSL certificate for your domain name. With an SSL certificate, all the confidential data that your clients send via your web site (on the order page, via a login form, etc.) will be encrypted and the submitted info will never be endangered.
To request an SSL certificate for your domain, just enter the necessary information and hit the Activate button. You can request an ordinary SSL certificate, which will be enabled for only one host, or a wildcard SSL certificate, which will be enabled for all the hosts under your domain name.
Effortless WHOIS Management
WHOIS control done straight forward
When registering a domain, you need to supply accurate WHOIS information and to keep it up to date all the time. If you need to change your email or physical address, or in case you need to transfer the domain to somebody else, you can accomplish that through the Domain Manager interface.
Simply press the Edit WHOIS button beside the domain name in question and edit the respective registrant, technical and administrative contact information. When you click the Update button, the changes will be immediately reflected online.
Multiple Domain Name Administration
Multiple domain name managing done correctly
Our Domain Manager will grant you full authority over multiple domain names. Simply mark the domains whose settings you need to alter and then specify the action that you want to accomplish. You will be able to renew the selected domains, to update their WHOIS records and even to update their nameservers simultaneously.
The possibility to manage lots of domain names simultaneously can help domain name owners save time on daily domain management tasks.
Domain Name Parking
Domain name parking done straightforward
In case you want to to park a domain name, you can quickly accomplish this with our Domain Parking tool. At any moment, you will be able to effortlessly point your domain name to our two domain parking templates – For Sale and Under Construction. The domain will be parked instantaneously. You will be able to park as many domain names as you desire!
In order to individualize the domain name parking templates, you may also embed custom text and images.
Feature–Rich Domain Manager
Modify name servers, generate subdomains, etc.
Within the Control Panel you will find a point ’n’ click domain administration interface featuring a set of features for managing several domain names at the same time. You can effortlessly create sub–domains, forward web sites, edit the nameservers or the WHOIS info associated with a domain, set custom DNS entries plus much more.
In addition to the basic domain name controls, in the Domain Manager you’ll also find an option to mask your domain name registration info using the ID protection functionality as well as to protect your online shop’s financial transactions with common or wildcard Secure Sockets Layer certificates.
Domain Name Locking
Theft–proof your domains
With File Host Provider, you can easily protect your domain from being transferred away without your authorization by "locking" it at your current domain registrar. This won’t influence the way the domain name works in any respect, but will automatically stop all domain transfer requests.
If you need to transfer your domain name, you can easily unlock it. Locking & unlocking a domain is rather easy and entails just one single click of the mouse.
DNS Record Control
Achieve complete control of your DNS settings
From the Domain Manager section of the Control Panel, you will have total control over your domain name’s DNS resource records. You’ll be able to effortlessly modify a variety of DNS records, including A, AAAA, MX, NS, CNAME, SRV and TXT records. Adding new DNS records and updating them if necessary is astonishingly easy. Simply fill in the desired value and press the action button. A couple of hours will be necessary for the updated DNS records to be propagated all over the world. If you want to revert a DNS resource record to its old state, you can also accomplish that with a single click of the mouse.
Moreover, the Domain Manager gives you the opportunity to set name servers for your domain or to forward your visitors to different parts of your website depending on their physical whereabouts.
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- Pick from as many as fifty unique TLDs for your next domain name. Find a domain name registration at an unrivaled value.
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- Have questions concerning WHOIS Protection? Just phone us or take advantage of the online chat for real–time support on business days, or post a help ticket from the Control Panel at any time for a swift assistance from by the seasoned techs.