For many registrants, domain names and the services connected to them, like websites and emails are essential to their professional and personal lives. Whether used for online commerce, or simply to communicate with family and friends, domain names are valuable assets and should be managed with care. Here are some best practices to help you prevent hijacking or unauthorized transfer of your domain name. Register with an email address that is not connected to your domain name. When you register your domain name, you will be asked to provide contact information, including your email address. It is best to use an email address that is not associated with the domain name you are registering. For instance, if your domain name is example. Here's why. If you used an email address that is not associated with your domain name in WHOIS, you will be able to provide that email address as evidence to the registrar that you were the registered holder of the domain name before it was altered by unauthorized access to your account. Create a strong, unique password.
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Amazon SES requires that you verify your email address or domain, to confirm that you own it and to prevent others from using it. When you verify an entire domain, you are verifying all email addresses from that domain, so you don't need to verify email addresses from that domain individually. For example, if you verify the domain example. This section, which demonstrates the actions using the Amazon SES console, contains the following topics:. You must perform the entire domain verification procedure for each region in which you want to send from a given domain. If you want to verify the same domain in multiple regions and your DNS provider does not allow you to have multiple TXT records with the same name, see the workarounds in Common domain verification problems. If you verify a domain with Amazon SES, you can send from any subdomain of that domain without specifically verifying the subdomain. For example, if you verify example. As specified in RFC , each DNS label can have up to 63 characters and the whole domain name must not exceed a total length of characters. That is:.