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Google and Symantec resolve Chrome browser trust issues

Update: February 8, 2018 This blog post is a follow-up to the information we published a few months ago regarding the Google-Symantec conundrum. Symantec and Google have agreed on a plan that requires Symantec to migrate certificate validation to a third party. In exchange, Google would ensure that the Chrome browser  continues to trust Symantec […]

System vulnerability surrounding first-level .UK domains

Last week we sent an email to all Enom resellers who have a .UK domain in their account letting them know that we had identified and patched a vulnerability issue that allowed for zero-confirmation first-level .UK domain transfers between Enom reseller accounts. It’s important to note that second-level .UK domains such as and […]

Enom 3 months after the Tucows acquisition

It’s hard to believe it has been 3 months. Since the acquisition, we have been working diligently (and harder than we have ever worked in our lives). We wanted to take a moment to give you a quick update on the work being done, and it’s also important for us to share our vision for […]

Support hours for the week of May 1st

Our support team will be in training between May 1st – May 6th. During this short period, we will not be able to provide 24-hour support. You will still be able to submit support requests through our help center or through email. Here are the support hours (PDT) you can expect, starting Sunday, April 30th: Sunday, April 30th: Closed […]

Migration to a new email platform

We’ve always aimed to provide our users with an email service that is not only straightforward and functional but also customizable to their needs. With this in mind, we’ve made the decision to switch to a new email platform. It’s a feature-packed solution that boasts an easy-to-use interface and an impressive array of functionalities. Change […]