Whois Lookup

 Enter domain name and get all possible details about it, includes: register, issued on date, updated and expiring dates and nameservers.

What is Whois lookup?

WHOIS lookup is a process that allows internet users to obtain information about the owner of a particular domain name. This information is stored in a database called the WHOIS database, which is maintained by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).

One of the primary uses of WHOIS lookup is to determine the availability of a domain name. When a user wants to register a new domain, they can use a WHOIS lookup tool to see if the domain they want is already registered. If the domain is available, the user can then proceed with the registration process.

WHOIS lookup can also be useful for finding out who owns a particular domain. This can be helpful for a variety of reasons, such as verifying the legitimacy of a website or trying to contact the owner of a domain for business or legal purposes.

In addition to providing information about the owner of a domain, WHOIS lookup can also reveal other details about the domain, such as the name servers associated with it and the date it was registered. This information can be useful for technical troubleshooting and for understanding the history of a domain.

Overall, WHOIS lookup is an important tool for anyone who works with or is interested in the inner workings of the internet. It allows users to easily access information about domain ownership and other details, which can be useful for a variety of purposes.

See also DNS Lookup.

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