We will provide these feeds, as well as our existing reputation feeds, via Abuse Monitor at no charge or obligation for 60 days to any registry operator (gTLD or ccTLD), registrar or hosting providers that desire to access.
RegistryOffice supports the Framework as it provides a common definition of certain types of DNS abuse and states that registries and registrars must act upon the defined categories.
In addition to spreading the good word about our Business Intelligence and Abuse Monitoring services, I’ll be working with my colleagues to expand the range of our consulting services.
Manage your inventory, track EPP vs direct sales, registrar or agent commissions.
No eligibility restrictions and lower prices starting 14 January.
If you don’t have consistent access to the hearbeat of your registry, you can’t properly manage and grow your namespace.
…the “build it and they will come” days are over. Gotta work for it.
I don’t have to tell you that the conflict between the domain name system’s WHOIS service and the GDPR that will come into force this May is a super hot topic in the industry that will be discussed.
Some new domain extension (new gTLD) registry operators may be doing OK or even much better than OK despite lackluster volume. Unfortunately for more than a few, not so much.
It is clear now that the new gTLD industry has not “killed” it.