What is an EPP code?

Extensible Provisioning Protocol known as EPP in short is a robust protocol designed to communicate between different domain registrars and domain registries. An EPP code is used to transfer a domain name(s) from one registrar to another. This is often referred to as a domain authorization code. This code adds an extra level of security for the domain name registration.

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