A UDAI is a randomly generated unique identifier that is required to authenticate requests to transfer domain names from one registrar to another. In 2014 DNCL approved a small number of amendments related to UDAIs in the following policies:
These changes came into effect on 5 September 2014 and resulted in the following impact to registrars and registrants:
More information on how this impacts registrars and the SRS is detailed in the sections below.
A UDAI was previously generated when:
Under this system a UDAI did not expire which was identified as a security risk.
Registrars can validate a UDAI using either of the following transactions:
( see srs-transactions - UDAIValidQry )
( see epp-commands - domain:info )
Registrars can generate a new UDAI using either of the following transactions: