In order to verify our customer's identity, all registrant residing in Denmark has to complete an identification process with NemID.
We conduct the identity check to prevent cybercrime and to maintain anonymity for anonymous customers in the CPR registry.
The first time a registrant logs on to our self-service, he or she will be asked to log in with NemID and a DK Hostmaster user-ID and enter his or her CPR og CVR number.
If you are unable to get NemID and live in Denmark, please contact our customer service.
If you are an existing user and have completed validation earlier, you still need to complete the identification process.
Address outside of Denmark
For registrants with an address outside of Denmark, we perform a risk assessment of the contact information provided in a domain name application. We assess the probability that the contact information is incorrect, and thereby the risk that the domain name application may be associated with cybercrime. A registrant may be asked to submit documentation verifying that the address and identity provided are correct. For a complete explanation of this procedure, click here.
DK Hostmaster also conducts routine checks on whether the contact information for existing registrants with foreign address are correct. An existing registrant with an address outside of Denmark may therefore, also be asked to submit documentation verifying that the address and identity provided are correct. For a complete explanation of this procedure, click here.
If you have an address outside of Denmark, we are not able to validate your information using a register. This means that you have to remember to update your name and address information in our system.
You will not be automatically anonymised in our publicly accessible whois database. To be anonymised, you must submit documentation that you have the right to name and address protection under the law of the country in which you reside.
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