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Whois Lookup

Find out who owns that domain name
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How do I look up Whois?

When you look for a domain name, you can’t just pick your favorite one and be done with it. You have to first make sure that the domain you want is available or not. Whois Lookup is an easy-to-use tool that can display who owns a specific domain name. It can also display the owner’s details and other technical information for analysis.

How do you find out who owns a website?

Finding out who owns a certain domain name is necessary in order to make decisions like selling, purchasing, reselling, or waiting for a certain domain to expire. You can use Whois Lookup to find out who owns a certain domain and other details. All you need to do is simply paste the URL of the website you need the domain details for and click on ‘find hosting’. The tool will display accurate details about domain registration, domain’s expiry date, nameserver, and much more.

What is the WHOIS database?

WHOIS is a data query protocol that is vastly used to send and query massive internet databases to access information about the registered users, IP address block, users of an internet resource, domain names, and a whole lot of other information. Whois Lookup utilizes this protocol to display domain owner and hosting data.

How do I update my WHOIS information?

Updating your website’s WHOIS information isn’t an easy task and if you’re new it can take a while to get used to it. But if you need to get it done right now, you can follow the steps below:

  • Sign in to your Account Center
  • On the Overview page, click on the domain you want to edit
  • Now that you’re into Domain Tools, click on Edit WHOIS Contact Information
  • Click on the edit icon that looks like a pen and notepad to update your WHOIS Information and you’re done!

How accurate is WHOIS data?

WHOIS data is as accurate as of its registrants. By default, all registrants are required to provide authentic data about their website. But some people don’t due to carelessness, illegal intent, privacy reasons, or being overtly security conscious. According to Icann, if you don’t update your WHOIS data or input something incorrectly, you risk suspension on your domain registration.

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