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    as I said, it comes down to what they provide for that Privacy option - and perhaps its just easier for them to say it applies to all 800 TLDs, rather than having to make a list where it doesn't apply. perhaps it might be helpful if I give you an example TLD that I know well - .uk.. if we do a whois lookup for whmcs.co.uk at Nominet's WHOIS page, we would currently get the following result... as you can see from the above output, the owner of a .uk domain is now hidden by default (even if a business) - similar output should occur for any .uk domain.... therefore, what would buying whois privacy for a. uk domain achieve as the information your wanting to hide is already hidden ?!? i'd suggest working from the OpenSRS TLD Reference Chart as a definitive guide... whether IDP is allowed for a TLD is usually set by the registry itself for that TLD rather than any particular registrar - so it should be generically accurate (if it sells that TLD)... though there is always a chance that a registrar has done a deal with a registry to allow IDP for their customers, but that's rare...
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    Just to update for the current issues with WHMCS > General Settings: I opened a ticket to our host for checking it on server side, after I made many steps trying to resolve this issue. After I respond that it's not working (Tested on Chrome / Firefox twice), I received the second response today from our host: So the conclusion is the ModSecurity updated/changed its rules and stricked WHMCS functionality. The pleasant is that it has been resolved and I can further use v.7.7 (until the next bug.....😂) Thank you for your assistance on that, @brian! & @WHMCS John
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