Security Locks give you enhanced security for your domain names. These locks secure your domain name data from unauthorized updates, protecting you from any fraudulent activity or any human error that could shut down your website and harm your brand and customers.
As more employees are working from home, hackers are viewing this as their window of opportunity. Working from home creates vulnerabilities that could lead to the hijacking of your website and the theft of your sensitive data. Now is a good time to take preemptive measures to stop any chance of it happening to you. Security Locks are the most effective way to prevent anyone from tampering with your website.
Security Locks improve your ranking for cyber-security assessments.
Security locks are the most effective way to prevent anyone from tampering with your website. While we are all in this unprecedented situation, preventing anyone from tampering with your website is essential to keeping your business trusted and secure.
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There are many internet browsers that support Handshake domains such as Opera and various Chrome plugins.
Please visit Access Handshake names for more options on how to view your Handshake domains
NextDNS is one of the most popular methods for accessing Handshake domain names. Install NextDNS. You can click “try it now” on nextdns.io to connect your device and resolve Handshake domains. Scroll to the Setup Guide at NextDNS to select the option for your device, confirm with the green button at the top of the page, and then go to the “settings” tab to “resolve Handshake domains.”
Install the Resolvr add-on to view Handshake names directly in the search bar of your Firefox browser.
Try searching your site with the HNS.to gateway, which allows you to access Handshake names without downloading software or modifying your DNS settings. You may also conduct searches directly by prefixing Handshake domains with “hns.to/,” such as “hns.to/welcome.nb/.”