WHOIS DOMAIN LOOKUP
If the domain you wish to buy isn’t accessible and you want to know who registered it, you can use the domain owner enquiry service. As a result, you will be able to identify who registered that domain, as well as the registration and expiration dates; in other words, you will be able to identify who registered that domain. Users can use Whois Lookup to find out who is who. Whois Lookup is a service that is completely free to use.
Who Has Access To The Whois Information?
Although anyone can look up Whois information, some domain name owners may not want their personal information made public. The “Whois hidden” option can be used by people who don’t want their personal information to be made public. If you use the “Whois conceal” function, ICANN and your registration firm may be able to see your Whois data. Third parties attempting to obtain your information through Whois are unable to do so.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Exactly Is Whois?
The International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires that people, businesses, or organizations supply up-to-date personal contact information to their domain registrars whenever a domain is registered. The name, address, email, phone number, and associated IP addresses are gathered and posted in the ICANN WHOIS Database, which functions similarly to an international address book for the general public.
What Is the Whois Lookup Tool and How Do I Utilize It?
It’s simple to use the Orange Soft BD WHOIS lookup tool. Simply type the domain name whose information you want to see into the WHOIS main page’s search area. You can use this method to get important information about a domain, such as availability, domain owner lookup, and creation and expiration dates. If you own many domains, downloading exportable lists from the tool can help you evaluate huge volume of data from your domains.
How Can I Keep My Personal Information Private?
Our team is dedicated to ensuring your safety and security. Our Domain Privacy + Protection service covers your private contact details by presenting our information instead of yours, despite the fact that ICANN compels us to give private information for their public WHOIS database.
What Is the Purpose of a Whois Database?
The ability to quickly and accurately locate domain data is essential for several reasons:
1. For those who buy and sell domains, a WHOIS check is required. These individuals (dubbed “domainers”) require a means of communication in order to do their business. A WHOIS search will reveal one or more ways to contact the current owner of a domain name.
2. The WHOIS database is a way for persons who operate online to be held accountable. If you believe someone is utilizing your trademarks on their website, for example, the WHOIS database offers a number of options for resolving the issue.