Domain Registrars That Offer Two Factor Authentication

Domain Registrars That Offer Two Factor Authentication

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This morning, I posted an article discussing two factor authentication for customer accounts at domain registrars. At the time I published the article, I wasn’t aware of all the companies that offered this or similar extra layers of account security.

Now that I have more information, I would like to share a list of domain name registrars that offer 2 factor authentication, either in the form of a text message code, security keyfob, mandatory security questions, or something similar. Some registrars charge for this added protection and others offer it for no cost, but most require customers to enroll for the extra security measures. I tried to link to the information page for each registrar listed below.

Even with this updated article, I am sure that I am missing out on some companies that offer two factor authentication, so if you know of a registrar I missed please add it in the comment section with a link to the security information page.

Major Domain Registrars That Offer Two Factor Authentication or other added account security features:


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Comments (9)

    Attila

    Was about to say Fabulous as well but seems Lda beat me to it! Haha.

    October 9th, 2013 at 12:07 am

    Xrxdude

    Godaddy offers this auth. for US and Canada based users. It seems they cannıt abke to send SMS to outside of the America. Lol.

    October 10th, 2013 at 12:44 am

    Michael Goldfarb

    Yes @Iniyan S, at NameSilo we offer our Domain Defender service free of charge. You can read more here: https://www.namesilo.com/Support/Domain-Defender. Enabling Domain Defender adds extra security beyond just username/password and can also proactively notify you of selected types of changes to your account and/or domains.

    October 10th, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    May

    Just a stupid question.
    If I use my Pre-paid phone, then how if I loss my phone ?
    Pre-paid phone do not came with “re-generate” number, even if you go to the provider’s office directly. It mean if you loose it, you loose it. :)

    October 11th, 2013 at 11:06 am

      Elliot Silver

      That’s an excellent question to ask the individual domain registrars. I would imagine each registrar has a policy in place to address your issue.

      In reply to May | October 11th, 2013 at 11:09 am

    Betsy

    I use GoDaddy and had 2 factor authentication set up. I just switched my cell service from Verizon to Aio (an AT&T subsidiary) and 2 factor authentication no longer works. I tried calling GoDaddy but the rep was no help. I filled out a support ticket but haven’t heard back. I will have to switch from GoDaddy if they don’t fix this.

    January 29th, 2014 at 8:19 pm

      Peter

      Hey Betsy,

      I actually encountered this same problem.. If you disable, then re-enable 2FA within godaddy, and select AT&T as the provider, it should work.. I actually reneabled mine 2FA account today, selected AT&T as the provider, and the verification email came through ok on my Aio phone.. hope that helps..

      In reply to Betsy | January 29th, 2014 at 8:28 pm

    nerdscript

    http://www.cosmotown.com has 2 FA. I’m pretty sure it works for users in all countries, because you have to select a country when you turn it on.

    https://cosmotown.zendesk.com/entries/54522103-How-to-enable-2-Factor-Authentication-for-Added-Security

    April 21st, 2014 at 6:53 pm

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