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How to add a CAA record on Register.com

Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Register.com

A DNS CAA record is a fairly new innovation that gives a domain the power to dictate what certificate authorities have authorization to issue SSL certificates and which ones don’t. While it’s not required that all websites set up DNS CAA records, we highly recommend doing so to help protect against mis-issuance.

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to add a CAA record on Register.com

How to add a CAA record on Register.com

Unfortunately, Register.com has not added DNS CAA capabilities. When Register.com does begin support CAA records, we will update this article accordingly.

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