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Whois Domain Lookup

Whois search for Domain and IP (both IPv4 & IPv6)


Enter Domain Name or IP into appropriate field and press button on the left

About Whois

What is a Whois domain lookup?

A Whois domain lookup allows you to trace the ownership and tenure of a domain name. Similar to how all houses are registered with a governing authority, all domain name registries maintain a record of information about every domain name purchased through them, along with who owns it, and the date till which it has been purchased.

What is a Whois IP lookup?

An IP is a unique address of a server on the internet. Similar to how a telephone number allows you to connect to a specific phone on the telecom network, similarly, an IP address allows your computer to connect to a specific server on the internet.

Domain names and IP numbers are the framework upon which the entire world wide web is built.

IP numbers are assigned to networking organizations with a record maintained by governing bodies for each IP number and the organization to which it has been assigned. A whois IP lookup allows you track the above mentioned details for a domain.

What is a Whois database?

The Whois database contains listings of all registered domain names on the internet. It is maintained and regularly updated by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

The database can be used to obtain information and records of domain names, like the registration and expiration dates, the current domain registrar and name servers, as well as the domain name owner’s personal contact information.

Is the Whois checker tool free to use?

Yes, you can use our Whois tool to search for information on who owns the domain name completely free of charge. What’s more, there is no limit to the number of queries you can perform, so feel free to obtain information on as many websites as you want.

Why are some Whois entries hidden?

Domain name owners can apply for the Whois Privacy Protection, and the registrar will replace their information with proxy server details.

The domain registrar can also hide some information following the local data protection and privacy laws, such as the GDPR.