Verify domain owner

Verify domain owner

Check if a domain is registered or to whom it is registered

Knowing the owner of a website has never been easier. Using our Whois Domain service you can view the public information relating to all domains currently registered. This free tool displays details of registered domains, such as owner contact information, domain registration date and expiration date. completely free tool, it also gives the possibility to trace the IP address associated with the domain of the website you searched for.

The Domain Whois service is very useful in cases where you are purchasing a domain and you want to check the availability of a domain.

Domain Whois shows only public information of a domain, i.e. the owner's data, the IP address and its geolocation, the date of creation and also the expiration date, the server name and other public information that therefore does not violate privacy.

Ná cuir isteach ach an t-ainm fearainn agus an síneadh
Ná cuir isteach http:// nó https://
Ná cuir isteach www nó fearainn tríú leibhéal eile

What is the Whois database for

The Whois database of domains (Whois Domain Lookup) are useful for view public information relating to a domain already registered. Through Whois it is possible to verify if a domain you intend to purchase has already been assigned or if is still free and therefore available for registration.

Why information on registered domains is visible

The display of information relating to the holder of registered domains is possible because the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) provides, and expressly requires, that web hosting providers enter Whois database the contact details of the owner, the creation and expiration date and other information of each domain after its registration.

What is the Whois Database

The Whois Database is a searchable list containing all the domains currently registered in the world. By consulting Whois it is possible to view information relating to the name of an already registered domain. As the data protection provisions have recently been tightened up, it is no longer possible to see some data considered private, such as information relating to the owner of the registered domain.

Definition of a domain

A domain is a name that defines a host on the Internet. It is a unique and symbolic name. Each domain name is hierarchically structured. For example, suffixes (.it, .ch, .de, etc.) are defined as first-level and often indicate the nation they belong to: the Italian domains end with .it, the Swiss ones with .ch, the German ones with .de, etc.
Not all top-level domains identify the country. There are, in fact, generic top-level domains whose purpose is to immediately highlight the purpose they pursue: for example, those .museum to museums, top-level domains .com are reserved for commercial sites, while those. org to the sites of associations and non-profit organizations.

Which relationship exists between IP address and web domain

When the Internet started there were very few servers, so the only way to access information was to type the IP address of the server on which that information was available. They didn't exist domain names, therefore in order to access a web resource it was necessary to know the IP address of the server on which that resource was hosted.
Remembering the IP addresses of each server was practically, and humanly impossible, also because servers with time were multiplying, hosting an increasing number of information. domain names were created to facilitate the search for a resource on the web. Today, in fact, just type in a web domain to access the information that it hosts.
Nowadays, DNS (Domain Name Servers) are used to customize an IP address with its own domain name. Thanks to domain names, we can access web information by typing the domain name and no longer the IP address of the server that hosts this information/website. The advantages deriving from the use of domain names, compared to the use of IP addresses, are innumerable. Domain names, in fact, easier to write and type, are easier to remember than an IP address, are shorter, are more suitable for advertising purposes, are unique and exclusive, etc. Domain names, in most cases, do not have their own unique IP address, in fact, several domain names can have the same IP address as they are hosted on the same server.