Show Some Expression And Answer A Trivia Tuesday Question!

Dynadot
Jul 28, 2015

Greetings everyone! If you like fun and free, we have a game suggestion for you. Show some expression, and answer one of our trivia questions today! This week's trivia questions are entertaining, and don't require more than a computer and a little domain knowledge! If you're new to our game, please read our game rules and regulations before playing this week's round. Read more to play the game - we look forward to seeing your answers. Good luck!

Last Week's Answers


Easy: What is the 4th step to setting 'Marketplace Default Payment Settings' in your account?
Reward: $1 Off an Order (Min $4.99)

Answer: Click on the 'Save Auto-Payment Setting' button. More here

Medium: What military related domain extensions does Dynadot support?
Reward: 50% Off Domain Transfer (.COM, .NET, .ORG)

Answer: The military related domains we support are .ARMY, .NAVY, .AIRFORCE, .VET.

Hard: What type of lighting should you use to avoid eye strain while working on your computer? (We wrote about this in September of 2013!) More here
Reward: 1 Free Domain Registration (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Answer: You should use good room lighting. Good room lighting can make a big difference to your eye health. Having lights that are too bright can cause eye strain - especially when paired with a bright computer screen!

Thank you to all those who participated! New players, check out game rules and regulations then play this round!

This Week's Trivia


Easy: What are the requirements to register a .ASIA domain?
Reward: 10% Off Domain Transfer (.COM, .NET, .ORG)

Medium: What should you do before transferring a domain from another registrar to Dynadot?
Reward: 50% Off 1 Domain Registration (.COM, .NET, .ORG, or .XYZ)

Hard: What are the benefits of AlphaSSL?
Reward: 1 Free Domain Renewal (up to $10)


Answer below to claim your reward, and check back next week for answers and another game!


Post by Annabel Maw


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6 comments
clover
Jul 28, 2015 2:36pm
Hard : - Provides more security than single-root certificates! Chained SSL certificates are more secure than single-root certificates since installing an intermediate certificate keeps the top root certificate secure. It is important to keep the root certificate secure since the security of any SSL certificate depends solely on the root certificate. - More bang for your buck! Covers both 'versions' of your domain with one SSL certificate. Example: Secures both https://www.yourdomain.com and https://yourdomain.com if you order a SSL certificate for the hostname, "www.yourdomain.com". - Provides up to 256-bit encryption for your website. Is issued from a 2048 bit Root Certificate which meets the NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology) recommendation to use 2048 bit keys. More Info at : https://www.dynadot.com/ssl/alphassl.html
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clover
clover
Jul 28, 2015 2:37pm
More Info at : https://www.dynadot.com/ssl/alphassl.html
annabel_maw
clover
Jul 31, 2015 10:30am
Bingo! You got it :)
on-hover
Jul 28, 2015 2:42pm
Medium: - Your domain cannot be transferred if it has been registered or transferred within the last 60 days. - We recommend starting your domain transfer at least 2 weeks before the domain's expiration date. More Info - Make sure your Whois email address is accessible as that is the email we will use to verify the domain transfer. - Unlock your domain and get your authorization code from your old registrar. From: https://www.dynadot.com/community/help/question/transfer-domain-to-dynadot
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annabel_maw
on-hover
Jul 31, 2015 10:28am
Great job! You win :)
on-hover
Jul 28, 2015 2:42pm
Medium: - Your domain cannot be transferred if it has been registered or transferred within the last 60 days. - We recommend starting your domain transfer at least 2 weeks before the domain's expiration date. More Info - Make sure your Whois email address is accessible as that is the email we will use to verify the domain transfer. - Unlock your domain and get your authorization code from your old registrar. Source: https://www.dynadot.com/community/help/question/transfer-domain-to-dynadot