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Locked domains are domains which require additional hoops be leapt through in order to change ownership. The lock is requested by the owner of the domain and implemented by the registrar of the domain. Historically, transferring ownership of a domain required something like one of the authorized contacts faxing in a signed paper. And, believe it or not, ...


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It is worth noting that numerous services exist online that do this sort of thing. Accellion, LiquidFiles, Dropbox, Box.com, and numerous others can grant you this kind of functionality. Depending on volume and complexity, you might even be able to leverage some marketing-oriented online service like salesforce.com or hubspot. There are a zillion things ...


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Both sides (client and server) can encrypt everything by a shared secret. The handshake would start by a salt and then everything would be encrypted by a stream cipher. Possible sniffer would see only the random mess being send between server and client, no handshake, no packet headers, no readable/open data. So, the only way how to determine the protocol ...



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