WARNING: Fake emails in circulation!

Currently there are emails being circulated, in which domain holders are informed in DENIC’s name, that their domains are being used for spam und the spreading of malware. The holder is then called upon to click on a link to avoid having their domain blocked.
These emails are not from DENIC!
Please do not click on the link in the email! We advise you to delete the email immediately.

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About DENIC – Become a Member

Which Documents Do I Have to Submit?

If you are interested in becoming a DENIC member, please read the DENIC Statutes and make yourself familiar with the rights and obligations going along with the membership. Below you find information on the next steps you must take when you have decided to become a DENIC member.

1. Non-Disclosure Agreement

At first a Non-Disclosure Agreement is mandatory. Please send the signed Non-Disclosure Agreement together with the required supporting documents (copy of excerpt from the commercial/trade register of your company or your passport/identity card) via e-mail to dbs@denic.de.

As soon as we have received these documents, we will provide you with the access data for our secure website section. Here you will find further information on becoming a DENIC member.

2. Declaration of Joining

(incl. all attachments listed therein)

We will send you the Declaration of Joining upon request by e-mail to DENIC Business Services, stating "Declaration of Joining" in the reference line. Please enclose the following  documents:

3. Excerpt from the commercial/trade register/register of residents

4. The company's articles of association/ statutes (if any)

The company's articles of of association / statutes are required to check if you already manage .de-domains as well as to check if you are affiliated with other DENIC members. It goes without saying that these documents are not mandatory for natural persons or sole proprietorships.