Effective date : FIELD: computers. SUBSTANCE: method includes detection of connection of user computer to Web-site of sub-domain on national language and selects service of registration of domain name on national language, performing software extension for automated forming of combination of symbols of English alphabet, matching domain name, based on national language, determining, whether such combination of English symbols was registered before as existing domain name, and, if not, then it is registered as domain name. The present invention relates to a method and system for the execution of services for registering domain names using national languages in non-English speaking countries, according to which users in non-English speaking countries who are unable to compete with users in English-speaking countries in the field of protecting domain names necessary to create Web- sites can re-create and protect their domain names based on national languages, having meanings essentially identical to those previously registered in English com language, and each Internet user can access the desired site without using the search box in the search browser, but simply by typing on the keyboard a well-known domain name in the URL box unified resource locator in their national language and then entering it, so users non-English speaking countries will be able to benefit from the use of the Internet to the same extent as users in English-speaking countries. All computers connected to the Internet are assigned correspondingly uniquely defined numbers, each of which is obtained using a bit numerical combination. This unique number is used as the identification number of the associated individual computer and is called the Internet address. The Internet address is divided into four groups, each of which consists of 8 bits and is separated from the others by a dot. Each group can be represented by any of the numbers from 0 to , which is formed by a possible combination of 8 bits. It is called an authorized IP address Internet Protocol address.
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