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Tucows revenue jumps on Enom acquisition

Enom propels topline and earnings growth at Tucows. Domain name and network access services company Tucows (NASDAQ:TCX) reported a big jump in year-over-year revenue and earnings for Q2 thanks to the integration of domain registrar Enom, which it acquired in January. Net revenue jumped from $47.2 million in Q2 2016 to $84.2 million in Q2 […]

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GoDaddy (GDDY) reports earnings, domain revenue of $263.3 million

Company reports first earnings after acquiring Host Europe Group. Domain name registrar and hosting company GoDaddy (NYSE:GDDY) reported second quarter earnings after the bell today. The company reported $558 million topline revenue, up from $456 million in the same quarter a year ago. Without the benefit of the Host Europe Group (which GoDaddy acquired in […]

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Switch to authenticator apps for better two-factor authentication

App-based authentication is better than SMS authentication. Two-factor authentication is a must-have to improve the security of your domain name registrar accounts. Most major domain registrars offer it now. If yours doesn’t, it’s time to change registrars. There are two main types of two-factor authentication in use today: 1. SMS based. When you enter your […]

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Donuts acquisition of Rightside to happen overnight

Rightside should no longer exist as a public company tomorrow morning. The sun has gone into hiding and a mist is falling in Seattle this morning, but executives at Rightside and Donuts won’t be getting much time outside anyway. They’ll be working to complete Donuts’ acquisition of its neighbor in Kirkland. The tender offer for […]

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GoDaddy flips hosting business for $456 million

GoDaddy has sold off its recently acquired PlusServer business for €397 million ($456 million). The buyer is a private equity firm, BC Partners. The registrar had taken control of the business when it spent $1.79 billion on Host Europe Group earlier this year, but had said from the start that the asset was for sale. […]
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Bad guys get Gandi.net’s password to technical provider, redirect domains

751 domain names registered at Gandi were pointed to malware sites. Hackers managed to redirect 751 domain names at domain name registrar Gandi.net to servers spreading malware, the company detailed this week. All of the domain names were on country code domain names for which Gandi uses a third-party technical provider to connect to the […]

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ICANN expects to lose 750 registrars in the next year

ICANN is predicting that about 750 accredited registrars will close over the next 12 months due to the over-saturation of the drop-catching market. ICANN VP Cyrus Namazi made the estimate while explaining ICANN’s fiscal 2018 budget, which is where the projection originated, at the organization’s public meeting in South Africa last week. He said that […]
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