Make domains safe with security settings

Google Domains provides a safe and reliable infrastructure for your domain so that you can scale your business like a pro. At no extra cost, you can access modern security practices that make it easier to protect your domain, such as:

  • 2-Step Verification for your Google Account.
  • One-click DNSSEC (on by default) protects your domains from DNS threats.
  • SSL/TLS certification information.  
Turn 2-factor authorisation On or Off
Tip: Add an extra layer of protection to make sure that only you can sign in to your account. Each time that you sign in to your Google Account, you'll need your password and a verification code. 
  1. Go to Google Domains.
  2. Select your domain.
  3. Click Menu Menu.
  4. Click Security.
  5. Scroll to the 2-Step Verification box.
  6. The Manage link will take you to your Google Account settings and lets you manage your 2-Step Verification options.
Turn DNSSEC On or Off
Tip: Turn on DNSSEC to protect your domains from potential cache poison attacks and DNS spoofing.
  1. Go to Google Domains.
  2. Select your domain.
  3. Click Menu Menu.
  4. Click DNS.
  5. Scroll to the DNSSEC box.
  6. Interact with the action button on the card to enable or disable DNSSEC.
View your SSL certificates
Tip: If you have certificates, the first five certificates will be displayed for your domain.
  1. Go to Google Domains.
  2. Select your domain.
  3. Click Menu Menu.
  4. Click Security.
  5. Scroll to the SSL/TLS certificate box.
  6. If your domain doesn't have an SSL certificate, get an SSL certificate for your domain.
  7. If you have one or more SSL/TLS certificates, expand the list by clicking the Down arrow Down Arrow.
  8. To get the details for an individual certificate, click on the Details link.  
  9. To find all of the certificates detected for your domain, click on View more on Google Transparency Report.
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