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Namecheap's Account and Website Security Features

You need peace of mind when it comes to security threats. That’s why, at Namecheap, we go the extra mile to protect the security and privacy of all of our customers, with our comprehensive account and website security. You can activate all the features below to keep your data and website safe.

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What Your Account Has to Offer

Our security features include two-factor authentication, DDoS protection, Domain Lock security and free WhoisGuard for life—all of which are free with every account. We also offer optional features like Premium DNS.

To make you aware of the extensive features your Namecheap account has to offer, we’ve put together a helpful at-a-glance guide detailing what each of our services is for, and how best to utilize them. Think it would be useful to your friends too? Share the link and share the love—we want everyone to know what their Namecheap account can do for them!

Want to Know More?

Our Knowledgebase is packed with instructions detailing how to set up all of our security features that aren’t automatically enabled by default. You can also access a whole host of articles with tips and advice on security at our blog.

As always, if you need any further information or guidance, our customer support team is on hand to help you with anything you need 24/7.  

Security at Namecheap

The web can be a dangerous place. Identity thieves and other threats are lurking everywhere. You need to look out for both yourself and your customers. Namecheap is here to help.

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Jamie is a writer and composer based in London, England. He has been Creative Lab Copywriter for Namecheap since July 2017. Before that, he was a professional copywriter for Freeview, Eventim, and Emotech. When he’s not coming up with snappy taglines and irresistible call-to-actions, Jamie writes comedy and musical theatre. More articles written by James .

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