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What Exactly Is the WHOIS Domain Lookup?
The WHOIS Domain search by Hosting.co.uk displays the most recent information entered into the official WHOIS domain database. You can use it to get free information about a particular domain's registrant as often as you like.
How WHOIS Search Works?
Every time someone registers a domain name; they must provide ICANN with their contact information. Use our domain lookup service to obtain some of this data, accessible on the public WHOIS database.
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The WHOIS search frequently asked questions are answered here.
WHOIS Search FAQs
All domain names registered online are recorded in the WHOIS database. Therefore, if you register a domain, your data will be entered to the WHOIS database as the owner of a given domain.
Alternately, the database is widely used to find details and records about domain names, such as registration and expiration dates, the name servers and current domain registrar, as well as the contact details of the domain name owner.
It is simple to locate the owner of a website using the WHOIS domain database. If you need to get in touch with the domain name owner or if you're a legal team looking to establish ownership in the context of a trademark dispute, this can be helpful.
WHOIS allows users to quickly examine information about a site's owner, which speeds up the domain purchase process for both buyers and sellers.
Use our WHOIS domain Lookup tool to check a domain's availability if you're interested in buying it but want to know if it's already been registered.
In order to confirm who a given domain's owner is, the domain registration process requires the personal information from a registrant. This includes a registrant’s full name, address, phone number, and email.
So, what can you do if you've registered a domain but don't want your personal contact information made available to the public?
You can opt for Hosting.co.uk’s Domain ID Protection. This tool will conceal your contact information when someone looks for your web address in the WHOIS database. Just add the service during checkout or ask a sales expert to add the service to your account.
Additionally, the domain ID protection reduces the likelihood that marketing companies and internet scammers would locate your contact information.
If you’re really looking to learn more about a particular domain name and discover its owner, then perform a WHOIS lookup. Simply enter the URL/domain name in the search box above to use our domain owner lookup.
You can obtain the solutions to key inquiries like:
- Is it possible to register the domain?
- Who owns the domain?
- What is the best way to get in touch with the owner?
- What time does the registration expire?
Yes, you can use our WHOIS Domain search to conduct a cost-free search to find out who owns a domain name. Additionally, there is no restriction on how many searches you can run, so feel free to browse as many websites as you like for information.
By requesting the WHOIS Domain ID Protection, domain name owners can have their information replaced by proxy server information by the registrar.
In accordance with regional data protection and privacy legislation, such as the GDPR, the domain registrar may also conceal some information.
Hang in there, it’s not the end of the road. If the domain you want is already taken, you have the opportunity to make an offer to the domain owner. Choose "Make offer" to begin your negotiation!
Alternatively, you can choose "Add to cart" and complete your purchase if registering is free.