The .us domain is the extension for the United States but offers so much more possibilities. Of course it’s the perfect extension to make sure everyone in the USA is aware of what you’re doing. But what about the other options?
It’s time to celebrate! The .co extension was released 10 years ago. And what a journey it has been. Once starting with only 28.000 registered .co domain names and now over 2,2 million domains under .co extension worldwide. So what’s so interesting about it?
On February 1, 2020 the United Kingdom has left the European Union. Until December 31, 2020 the UK and the EU have entered a so called ‘transition period’. During this transition period UK citizens and residents can still register domain names under the .eu domain. However this will change from January 1, 2021.
On February 10, 2020, the long-awaited release of .gay started. Normally, the different phases of .gay would be completed between February and May 2020. However, the Corona virus put a stop to this.
At first sight, webforwarding is only a small cog in the large machine that keeps your website online. It seems insignificant, but for many users, it is a very crucial part in order to make sure the website can be reached.
The youngest country in the world, South Sudan, has launched the release of its own domain name extension. From now on you can request your name under the third level extensions .com.ss, .net.ss, .biz.ss and .me.ss.
On May 30th 2020 the certificate of “AddTrust External CA Root” expired. This certificate was 20 years old and had been used by Comodo/Sectigo to sign the certificates they sold. While it had already been replaced a long time ago, it was still being included by Sectigo in the certificate chain, because it added support to old devices (like old Android systems) that didn’t know the new certificate yet.