Recently it has been detected a serious vulnerability on OpenSSL, a very common software used for Internet traffic encryption. From Dominios.es, Internet domains registry in Spain, we would like to indicate that none of our services have been affected. We recommend you check if your online services are within the scope of this vulnerability. For more information visit the following web page (http://heartbleed.com)

We are scheduling an update on the system for expanding the compatible browsers to manage the actions which need an electronic signature (please check the list on the following website: https://asf.demo.red.es/websigner). This procedure will take place next Wednesday 5th March 2014 at 8pm and will last until 6th March at 4am.

During this time, these functionalities will not be available through our Dominios.es website:

At the end of 2013, a total of 1,696,538 “.es” domains were registered. Management of these Internet domain names assigned under the country code for Spain is entrusted to the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism through the public entity Red.es. This figure compares with a total of 1,614,149 in the previous year and reflects an increase of 5.1%.