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Stay Secure  with EPOS

Security is taken seriously at EPOS Domains and we provide guarantees at the outset of any Domain Name Negotiation.  This page provides an overview of  some of our approaches including the use of Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA’s), Domain for Sale email confirmation (Proof of Ownership) and even 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) encrypted package communication.

If you require bespoke security options please do let us know in advance of any negotiations.

Who is Really Selling Me This Domain? – And Do They Have Authority to Sell?

And what is the ‘who.is’ website all about?

To start with, what is who.is? – Who.is is a widely used Internet record listing that identifies who owns a Domain and how to get in contact with them. A who.is record contains all of the contact information associated with the person, group, or company that registers a particular Domain Name.


So far so good you say?

Except the majority of Ownership Details tends to be redacted these days for security purposes, as such carrying out a simple ‘who.is’ search on the Domain of Interest rarely returns validation. It is for this reason we go to the additional lengths to demonstrate that we have Ownership or Power of Attorney of the available Domain, at the outset of all our negotiations.

EPOS ‘Proof of Domain’
For Sale

We retain direct access to the Domains in Negotiation, which allows us to provide such necessary authentication. We can configure DNS, nameservers, hosting and email accounts for our Domains Offered. Having master control over all aspects of the Domain Ownership we can send Proof of Ownership prior to any level of negotiation.

Sending a message from a DKIM and SPF registered email

Typically we have found that sending an email from the Domain Name is sufficient proof prior to any Negotiation of Sale.  Email accounts are authenticated with DKIM and SPF for each specific Domain. – Proof of Ownership Guaranteed

So, what is DKIM?

DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an industry standard to prevent ‘email spoofing’. It is becoming increasingly adopted as the industry standard

Domain Account Credentials are required to setup an email alias and configure DKIM Settings.

And what is SPF?

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) acts for the same purpose as DKIM, and defines IP addreses which can be used to send emails from a Domain.

Domain Account Credentials are required to setup an email alias and configure SPF Settings.

It is typical that emails which do not conform to DKIM and/or SPF Standards will be rejected by emails servers such as GoogleMail, HotMail etc, and it is most likely that your own Susines Email Server has been configured to reject emails which do not have DKIM or SPF Authentication.

Secure Negotiations with EPOS

Encrypted Mail and NDA’s

We do use our own EPOS Mail Server, however if required we are also capable of entering into email communication with 2 Factor Authentication (2FA), or to engage in the transfer of communications utilising fully encrypted files to house the communication.

This may initially sound overwhelming to people or companies who have not adopted such security measures previously, however it is relatively straight forward, and can be accomplished with simple off the shelf free utilities. We are more than happy to guide you through this process if requested.

Security from the outset with EPOS

Non Disclosure Agreement

As standard business practice we typically enter discussions after a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) has been exchanged between all concerned parties.

…or any Additional Legal Concerns?

We remain open to consider any Additional Legal Terms that our customers may wish to include. Multi-lingual solicitors available.

Final Steps After Negotiation

EPOS Secure Domain Transfer

Once an accord has been reached for the Purchase and Transfer of a Domain Name, we use brand name and trusted exchanges to take charge of the Transfer of Funds and Domain Name.

For specific details regarding Secure Exchange of monies and the Domain, please visit our Transfer Page.