What is authorization code?
Every domain name has its own, unique key , which is called Authorization Code. This code usually includes letters, numbers and special characters (dash, hash, asterisk and other symbols) and is almost exclusively used in the process of transferring a domain from one registrar to another, for safety reasons.
Responsible to inform you about your domain's authorization code is your domain's current register. If your domain is registered in IP.GR, you can get your domain's authorization code through your account in our site, following the relative instructions.
If your domain is registered with another company, you should either get the authorization code from the management account provided for your domains (if supplied), or apply to your registrar for disclosing your domain's authorization code.