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Modifying registrar-lock FAQ


What is registrar-lock flag?
REGISTRAR-LOCK flag can be used to prohibit domain name transfer from one registrar to another.
Why do I need to change this flag?
These days more and more domain names are being stolen. By changing domain name lock flag to locked, you can prevent accidental (or deliberate) transfer of domain name to another registrar.
Will my domain name be secure?
After setting registrar-lock flag your domain name will be protected against an automatic domain name transfer request originating from any registrar. If you would like to transfer your domain name to another registrar you will have to unlock it first.
How can I protect my domain name against transfers?
You can do so by going to Domain Manager, Lock/Unlock domain" page after logging in.
   
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