Namecheap Outage Map
Namecheap provides services on domain name registration, and offer for sale domain names that are registered to third parties (also known as aftermarket domain names). It is also a web hosting company.
Namecheap Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Santo Domingo Este, Provincia de Santo Domingo||1|
|Jhang City, Punjab Province||1|
|Iowa City, IA||1|
|Quito, Provincia de Pichincha||1|
|San Jose, CA||1|
|Panamá, Provincia de Panamá||1|
|Yaoundé, Centre Region||1|
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Namecheap Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@IMAC2 @mgpwr @Namecheap @1Password SMS is terrible. I've personally witnessed a hacker intercept sms through contacts within phone providers. We worked on a case like this with the FBI.
@IMAC2 @mgpwr @Namecheap @1Password @RevolutApp @NomadList ah I see what you mean, here's the thing, email can be the weakest link in an attack. Tie that in with frequently used passwords that have been hacked at unsecure sites you've used before and then you have a problem.
from Yakō, Kanagawa
@NamecheapCEO @IMAC2 @Namecheap @1Password I'm almost certain I've seen some type of crypto based login thing being developed too that seemed interesting. I do think security protocols are going to change soon for the better and be more universal and secure
@IMAC2 @Namecheap @1Password I totally understand. Some sites are going password-less and using OTP emails only - you click login, and they send you an email to log in. Which I like. I only meant to give you an option to your current predicament.
@NamecheapCEO @Namecheap I never understood the use of usernames. Emails are already unique and we all remember them. The username I want might be taken, forcing me to not only remember a password but a username as well. Using email for login seems like a more reasonable approach to me.
@mgpwr @Namecheap @1Password I really don't want to depend on a third party software just because this one site is making my life difficult. I repeat, I do not have the same issue with critical sites such as Banks online like Revolt, Paypal, Gmail etc. There are better ways to implement a secure login.
@ChristinaPanin1 @Namecheap I really only have a couple of addresses that actually need a full mailbox (i.e., ability to send). The others are fine as simple forwards. Support made it sound like once I had hosted private email, each "email address" required a full mailbox.
@Namecheap Somehow banks online like Revolut or paying systems like Paypal have a much less annoying mechanism of securing their customers. Email or mobile two steps verifications for example. Also, don't make me remember a username as well, use my email for login.
@Namecheap Somehow banks online like Revolut or paying systems like Paypal have a much less annoying mechanism of securing their customers. Email or mobile two steps verifications for example. Also, don't make me also remember a username too, use my email for login.
@Namecheap Live chat didn’t help. Could you please escalate this issue
@Namecheap heya, can’t access my account because the two-factor authentication is using my old phone number. Any chance you could help me out 🙏
@Namecheap Yes, after many emails the problem and its solution was eventually given but not before I'd shaved all the hair off either side of my head
@Namecheap Using a VPN to login doesn't work either. Loading the website works fine, it's just logging in which is where I'm meeting this error.
@Namecheap @vanillacoder It's not the dash, it's the hyphen. And it IS ASCII (char code 45). Using the space instead of hyphen isn't an option because it is a different name. The problem isn't in "only ASCII" constraint, the problem is that someone tried to be smart with RegExpes :/
@Namecheap Pricing is a bit steep but totally understable since the PH domain registrar charges a lot. Will still switch since dotPH support is non existent most of the time.