Step-by-step instructions on adding a CAA record on Name.com
Your CAA record tells the world which Certificate Authorities are authorized to issue SSL certificates for your website. CAs are required to check a domain’s DNS CAA record before issuing any digital certificates. If you don’t have a CAA record, any CA can issue for your domain. While it’s not mandatory for end users to set a CAA record, we recommend it to fight against mis-issuance.
Here are step-by-step instructions how to add a CAA record on Name.com
How to add a CAA record on Name.com
Unfortunately, Name.com doesn’t support DNS CAA records as of this time. As soon as Name.com adds support for this feature we will update this article.