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Our ongoing commitment to combatting DNS abuse

Abuse is a significant problem on the Internet today and, as a provider of Internet infrastructure services, we constantly consider what role we should play in combatting this issue. We actively investigate and respond to reports of abuse, but like other registrars and registries, we’ve been alone in developing our approach—until now. Abuse has been […]

Update your DNS for our hosting service

On April 13th, 2017, we will be performing changes to our infrastructure that will affect your hosting account. We have recently sent an email, outlining your account details as well as new IP addresses for your use. If you have not received the email, please contact to retrieve the details. What you need to […]

Is your business prepared for the next internet outage?

Preparing your business for the next internet outage

October 21st, 2016 was a frustrating day for many internet users as a coordinated attack on the Domain Name System (DNS) provider Dyn caused major platforms like Twitter, Netflix, and Reddit to go down for much of the day. The complaints raised that morning (and the conspicuous lack of complaints on the affected social networks) […]

DNS maintenance scheduled for 9/28

Enom will be conducting maintenance on its Domain Name Servers on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 8:00 am–10:00 am PST. The maintenance will help to enhance our DNS capabilities, however, during this process, you may experience some delay while making DNS changes to your domains. Registrations, renewals, and other domain updates will all be accepted […]

A simple step to protect your identity

We’ve talked before about general tips to keep your domains and account information safe from hackers and cybercriminals, and those topics—password strength, current email, account validation—are still relevant to protect sensitive information. That said, there is still one source of personal information you may not have considered: your domains’ Whois record. Every domain contains a […]