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  • Tuesday, 24th March, 2020
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Internationalized Domain Name Mapping Extension, an extension that describes the provision of Internationalized Domain Names. This extension describes the use of a host object and its host attributes and describes a set of elements used to specify host objects and their host attributes. [Sources: 7, 8]
   
This document describes the protocol for providing domain names and storing them in a shared central repository. EPP is a protocol that provides for a domain name and works on the basis of a PendingRestore status code issued by the registrar when the EPP Restore command is issued if a RedemptionPeriod status code has previously been assigned to a domain. The Registrar may assign an inactive "EPP" status to a domain name if it has a delegated name server, and may also assign a status code "Until Restoration" to the domain name. [Sources: 5, 7, 8]
   
The code expires at the end of the transfer period, which means that if the owner does not make a transfer request quickly, he will have to obtain a replacement EPP code or try again. [Sources: 6]
   
Please note that when transferring a domain name due to a change of provider, it may be necessary to transfer the name to another registrar, as it may take much longer to change the hosting via the account manager than to change the hosting. You must follow strict guidelines to ensure that we comply with ICANN's rules, and customers will wait the full 60 days for the domain names to be unlocked. If you have not yet started your domain transfer process, you may want to do so now. [Sources: 6, 9]
   
If you want to keep your domain, please contact your registrar to resolve any problems that may result in the deletion of the domain, which will result in a repayment date for the domains. Otherwise, the task is complete and your domain name should now be in the hands of your new registrar. If you are currently registering a domain with Network Solutions, you may need to call our support line (which is 1-888-743-5555, or the EPP code will be requested by phone) and request an E PP code. We may require you to renew the domain name in question, as this will postpone the expiry date. [Sources: 3, 6]
   
You can retrieve the EPP code for your domain from the registrar where you manage the domain. You can do this by simply following the instructions below (just as you would if you were requesting a domain (s) that are usually only listed in your registrars "help documentation) to find GoDaddy. Webhost you are using to register your domains, open a support ticket on that host to receive the code generated for you. We can provide you with an e-mail and tell you which web host it is on, and you will then have to embed it in a web browser to find it. [Sources: 1, 6, 10]
   
Requesting an EPP code is a relatively simple process, where you usually only need to register as a registrar, check the domain name you want to transfer and then press the "Request E PP Code" button. The Epp key is generated by your current registrar, but you will need to check the code to make sure it is valid. [Sources: 0, 6]
   
If you find that someone other than your registrar has requested an EPP key, make sure that the request is not fraudulent. When you receive your EPP key, you will receive an email from the domain administration confirming your request. You can provide your new webhost with the Epp key or transfer it to a new registrar. [Sources: 0]
   
If HostGator is your current registrar, you want to access the domains area of the dashboard and click on the domain. If you are not sure who your registrar is, look for the domain name you want to transfer. Click on the link below to see the specific domain name you want to work with in your domain control panel. Once you have accessed it, click on a link on the right - click on it and select "Transfer to new registrars." [Sources: 2, 4, 6]
   
If you are moving a domain away from 1-to-1 ions, you should check the name of your new registrars in the Domains section of the Ionos panel in the top right corner. [Sources: 6]
   
If your domain name is currently under GoDaddy, you must register specifically in the Domain Control Center. If you are not sure who the current registrar for your domain name is, do a whois review. By registering a domain with whoIS Privacy, anyone on the web can look up your domains and find your contact information. [Sources: 6, 10]
   
The EPP code assigned to your domain (s) acts as an additional password and gives you a clear and irrefutable way to prove your ownership of the domain (s). The fact that anyone who can access a domain management account can retrieve the auth code for your domains means that adding an additional layer of security to your domain account and domain name is strongly recommended. Introducing enhanced security measures for all domains will help protect them from various vulnerabilities and help you do the best you can to protect every piece of your Internet. You can retrieve your registered domains from the Domain Manager, and implementing this will help you protect your domain from another vulnerability. [Sources: 4, 10]
   





Sources:
   
[0]: https://www.plesk.com/wiki/epp-key/
   
[1]: https://itxdesign.com/epp-code/
   
[2]: https://my.justhost.com/hosting/help/authcode
   
[3]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extensible_Provisioning_Protocol
   
[4]: https://www.bluehost.com/help/article/epp-auth-code
   
[5]: https://radwebhosting.com/client_area/knowledgebase/144/Guide-to-Domain-EPP-Status-Codes.html
   
[6]: https://www.liquidweb.com/kb/what-is-an-epp-code/
   
[7]: https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5731
   
[8]: http://www.circleid.com/posts/20140218_new_work_in_the_development_and_management_of_epp_extensions/
   
[9]: https://knowledge.web.com/subjects/article/KA-01088/en-us
   
[10]: https://www.godaddy.com/garage/domain-security-and-epp-codes/
   

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