Transfer authorization code / unlock domain
Transfer authorization code
A transfer authorization code (also referred to as an EPP code or a domain's secret) is a code that prevents unauthorized transfers. It's usually a string of letters, numbers, and symbols about 10-25 characters long. You'll need this code to transfer a domain to our service.
If a domain is in a locked state, it cannot be transferred. You'll need to unlock your domain before transferring the domain to our service.
Common domain registrars
|Company||Transfer authorization code||Unlock domain|
|GoDaddy|| How to
|eNom||How to||How to|
|Network Solutions|| How to
|1&1||How to|| How to
|Namecheap||How to||How to|