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No registrar found. >>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2024-02-20T21:47:14Z <<< Please query the WHOIS server of the owning registrar identified in this output for information on how to contact the Registrant, Admin, or Tech contact of the queried domain name. WHOIS information is provided by Charleston Road Registry Inc. (CRR) solely for query-based, informational purposes. By querying our WHOIS database, you are agreeing to comply with these terms ( and acknowledge that your information will be used in accordance with CRR's Privacy Policy (, so please read those documents carefully. Any information provided is "as is" without any guarantee of accuracy. You may not use such information to (a) allow, enable, or otherwise support the transmission of mass unsolicited, commercial advertising or solicitations; (b) enable high volume, automated, electronic processes that access the systems of CRR or any ICANN-Accredited Registrar, except as reasonably necessary to register domain names or modify existing registrations; or (c) engage in or support unlawful behavior. CRR reserves the right to restrict or deny your access to the Whois database, and may modify these terms at any time.
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What is a Whois domain lookup?

A Whois domain lookup is a search tool that reveals who or what entity owns or manages a domain name, as well as their contact information, IP address history, rank, traffic, SEO, and more. A Whois domain lookup can also show domain availability or expiration for new or existing domains. A Whois domain lookup can be performed for domains with different extensions, such as .com,,, or .ca.

What does the Whois domain database contain?

The Whois domain database contains information about registered domain names, such as: The name, address, and contact information of the registrant1, The name and contact information of the registrar and reseller, The name servers and IP addresses, The registration and expiration dates, and The status and history of the domain name.

How do I conduct a Whois search?

To conduct a Whois search, you can use our free domain whois that allows you to query the Whois database of registrars and registries. You just need to enter the domain name or IP address for which you want to find out the ownership and contact information.

How do I find available domains through the Whois database?

You can find available domains through the Whois database by typing the domain name you are interested in into a Whois search tool. If the domain name is already registered, you will see the registrant information and other details. If the domain name is available, you will see a message indicating that it is not registered.

What is the difference between RDAP and WHOIS?

RDAP and WHOIS are both protocols for querying resource registration data from domain name and IP address registries. The main difference between them is that RDAP uses a web-based RESTful protocol with standardized JSON responses, while WHOIS uses a text-based protocol with non-standardized responses. RDAP also supports features such as authentication, bootstrapping, and internationalization that WHOIS does not.

How do I protect my domain privacy with Whois?

You can protect your domain privacy with Whois by using a service that replaces your personal contact information with a privacy provider’s information in the Whois database. This way, you can prevent your personal information from being exposed to spammers, scammers, identity thieves, or other unwanted parties. Some domain registrars offer this service for free or for a fee when you register or renew your domain name.