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This validation method requires you demonstrate control over the website content for the domain by making a file available at the file location—provided by your support representative.
You must then add the random value verification token—provided by your support representative—to the web page in the exact location specified.
They can also send the authorization email to the admin, administrator, webmaster, hostmaster, and postmaster accounts for each public domain.
You must then visit the link provided to you in the email and follow the instructions on the page to verify that you control the domain (e.g., click a button).
Domain validation must be completed (links clicked and actions completed on web page [e.g., button clicked]) once for each domain, for each organization associated with the domain, and for each certificate brand associated with the domain.
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Please verify that your registrar/WHOIS provider is not masking or removing that information.
If they are, find out if they provide a way (e.g., anonymized email address, web form) for you to allow CAs to access your domain’s WHOIS data.
Constructed Email Validation: For the Constructed Email method, the CA sends the authorization email to five constructed email addresses for the domain: admin, administrator, webmaster, hostmaster, and postmaster @[domain_name].
When you register a domain, you must provide identifying and contact information (e.g., administrative and technical contacts).