Changes to release of .ee domains
The bidding information in the .ee auction environment will not be made public. Auctions are in the form of a blind auction, where bidders cannot see other offers.
The auction portal service can be used by anyone that has opened a user account. Everyone in the environment has equal opportunities to acquire a domain registration priority.
You can read more about the terms and conditions of the auction portal here, and information on how to create a user account and conduct an auction is available here.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Estonian Internet Foundation at email@example.com or +372 727 1000.
Between 1 October and 2 November, Gr. 4-9 pupils from schools all over Estonia were able to test themselves in the CyberNut survey on digital safety and cyber security, which was organised as part of the CyberOlympics project. There were 5,603 participants from the second school level (Gr. 4-6) and 3,955 students from the third school level (Gr. 7-9). The most active participants came from Tallinn and Harjumaa, Tartu and Tartumaa, Lääne-Virumaa and Saaremaa.
The electronic use of Estonian Mobile-ID was interrupted from 09:52 until 14:28 today. This may have cause problems with log-in to .ee's registrant and registrar portals and other e-services using Mobile-ID as well as digital signing and other certificate-related services.
Under the auspices of the European Cyber Security Month, the CyberNut (KüberPähkel) survey is carried out in Estonia among Grade 4 to 9 pupils under the leadership of TalTech and the Estonian Internet Foundation, and with the support of the Ministry of Defence. As part of the survey, students can challenge themselves in basic knowledge about digital safety and crypto puzzles.