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作者:佚名 来源: JZ5U整理 日期:2005-8-20 23:41:07
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Losing a domain is an incredibly frustrating experience for domain owners. This article will help explain how this happens, and how you can keep it from happening to you.

There are three main ways that people lose domain names.

1) An owner allows the domain registration to lapse,
2) A domain is stolen after a hijacker gains access to the registry record
3) An owner does not keep up-to-date contact information in their record and their record is deleted after the registrar concludes that contact with the owner is not possible.
The good news is that there are steps you can take to keep this from happening to you. The most basic way to avoid losing your domain is to keep track of expiration dates and maintain your contact information. One smart way to do this is to consolidate your domains at one high-quality registrar. This allows you to manage a domain portfolio more easily and comprehensively. Remember, your domain can be deleted if your contact data is out of date. Registrars now have to verify ownership annually.

A second and related tip is to make sure that you are listed as the Administrative Contact. If it is a corporate domain name, then make sure the business owner or a senior executive is the Administrative Contact; this person is authorized to modify the site, the records, and he or she can change the domain's ownership.

Next, it is important to use non-free email accounts for your Administrative Contact email address whenever possible. Free email addresses can be suspended or deleted. If this happens, you will not receive notices from your registrar for renewal, and someone else could register that email address and then use it to request a domain transfer.

You can also place a registrar lock on your domain. This can help prevent it from being transferred, modified, or deleted by a third party. It is also important that you make sure your registrar gives you the ability to unlock your domain at any time without having to call or email them. Otherwise, when you sell a domain name you will have to wait for someone at the registrar to process your request, and then the transfer will take more time, and importantly, it will take more time for you to receive your payment.

It is also important for you to be an educated email user. Never respond to emails that ask you to click on a link or respond without investigating the source and fully understanding the e-mail's contents. Be especially careful with domain-related emails that look official but are from an unknown source. Contact your registrar to find out what is happening and if the email is from them. Domain hijackers have been known to send out mass transfer requests hoping that a small number of people will actually accept the transfer request. Do not let yourself fall prey to this type of scam.

An easy step you can take to make sure you do not lose your domain is putting your registrar on your email list of "approved senders". This will ensure that you receive emails from your registrar, including the all important registry renewal notices.

Finally, on a related note, it is a good idea to renew your domain early and for long periods of time. Registrars are allowing domain owners to register their domains for longer periods of time and at more competitive prices.


Protect your domains by following these guidelines:

1) Keep track of expiration dates and keep your contact information up-to date. (Consider Domain Consolidation.)

2) Make sure you are listed as the Administrative Contact so that only you can modify the domain record or change ownership.

3) Try to avoid using free-email addresses.

4) Make use of registrar locks over which you have control.

5) Be an educated email user; investigate email senders and email contents.

6) Place your registrar on your "approved sender" email list and have emails from them go straight to your inbox.

7) Renew your domain early and for long periods of time.

Source:
Author: Meredith H. Croyle


上面這一篇是很重要的防止你的網域名稱被hijack(偷盜,劫持)的文章,以下是它介紹的一些重要內容,大致摘取一些重要片段意譯一下:

There are three main ways that people lose domain names.
以下有三種可能失掉你的網名的途徑。

1) An owner allows the domain registration to lapse,
你讓你的網名過期被刪除。

2) A domain is stolen after a hijacker gains access to the registry record
被人取得你的網名的控制權而被偷走。


3) An owner does not keep up-to-date contact information in their record and their record is deleted after the registrar concludes that contact with the owner is not possible.
網名持有人未能保持whois最新的聯絡資訊,而當註冊商企圖聯絡註冊人失敗而被認定whois資料是假的或無效的。


Free email addresses can be suspended or deleted. If this happens, you will not receive notices from your registrar for renewal, and someone else could register that email address and then use it to request a domain transfer.
免費的電郵有可能失效或停止服務,而導致你無法收到註冊商寄給你的網名續約通知信,而讓別人去註冊你之前的電郵並且據此對你的網名進行移轉。

Domain hijackers have been known to send out mass transfer requests hoping that a small number of people will actually accept the transfer request.
網名小偷會寄發大量要冬移轉網名的電子郵件出去,期待有一小部份的人會糊里糊塗的接受那封要求准許移轉他的網名的電子郵件。

以下是幾點應該採取的保護步驟:

1) Keep track of expiration dates and keep your contact information up-to date. (Consider Domain Consolidation.)
保持追蹤你的網名過期日以及隨時讓你的whois資料維持最新狀態。(可以考慮把你所有的網名作一整合)

2) Make sure you are listed as the Administrative Contact so that only you can modify the domain record or change ownership.

確定你就是你的網名上的所有人,如此一來只有你才能對這網名的whois作任何更改。

3) Try to avoid using free-email addresses.

避免使用免費的電子信箱當成你的網名的whois電郵。

4) Make use of registrar locks over which you have control.

確定你有使用註冊商提供的LOCK鎖定功能。

5) Be an educated email user; investigate email senders and email contents.

當一個謹慎的電郵使用者,隨時隨地要了解你所接到的任何電郵的寄件者和內容是什麼(意思是不要亂按電郵上附帶的鏈結,如果你不了解它的意思的話)

6) Place your registrar on your "approved sender" email list and have emails from them go straight to your inbox.

將你的註冊商名單列在你的電郵過濾器中的「准許名單」之中,以免誤刪了他們寄來的信。

7) Renew your domain early and for long periods of time.

儘量提早renew你的網名或者乾脆一次註冊更長的時限。-->強力推薦這個步驟,如果是你覺得不錯的網址的話,因為絕大多數網址「被偷」其實都是自己忘了續費掉出來後被人撿走。
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