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  #2500772 8-Jun-2020 18:47
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Thanks!


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  #2500775 8-Jun-2020 18:52
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batdan:

 

Sure, here you go:

 

Click to see full size

 

 

From 1st Domains

 

log into your 1st Domains account, click the 'Manage' tab, then click 'Multi-Factor Authentication' under the 'Account Holder & Password Information' heading & then follow the instructions.
You can use Authy or Google Authenticator, it's up to you.

 

Works excellently with Authy
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  #2500777 8-Jun-2020 18:55
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Do you think they saw this geekzone thread and decided to do it? Timing is impeccable


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  #2500847 8-Jun-2020 20:22
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For those of you in this thread interested in two-factor auth, you may also want to ask the support teams at the respective registrars what happens if you lose access to your MFA codes. This will also give you an idea how easily someone might be able to socially engineer themselves past the protections by calling the support desk and pretending to be you.


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  #2500955 8-Jun-2020 20:53
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And to be perfectly honest I'd much rather Metaname over 1st Domains from a support and security perspective having used both:

 

 

 

From: https://dnc.org.nz/registrars





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  #2501027 8-Jun-2020 22:31
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michaelmurfy:

 

And to be perfectly honest I'd much rather Metaname over 1st Domains from a support and security perspective having used both:

 

 

 

From: https://dnc.org.nz/registrars

 

 

 

 

Seconded. The evidence is right there.

 

I actively migrated away from 1st Domains because their service was shocking.  When your tech support people don't actually understand how DNS works, and that's literally your job... :o





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