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This does not seem like a sound philosophical security posture -- that only domains who are "massive targets for hacking" should use Registry Lock.



Security and usability is always a compromise. Otherwise we'd all use one-time pads for everything on the internet.


The public will soon find out that we should.


It's one of the situations where registry lock is a useful tool with appropriate trade offs. It's far from the only one.


Why? It's about threat models.


I would say because it's a small cost for the domain owner in return for protecting against what's potentially a pretty big emotional (and possibly reputational, financial) downside.




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