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What is Whois Lookup?

 
What is Whois Lookup?

WHOIS is a public searchable directory where you can look up who is responsible for a domain. Whois lookup returns domain owner's information, current domain registrar, domain's registration and expiration dates and domain's current authoritative nameserver adresses.

We understand that most people don't want their contact information to be made public, so NameOcean keeps domain owner's information private by default unless they choose to disclose. NameOcean does NOT charge any fee for WHOIS Privacy service.

We offer a Whois Lookup service to check details associated with a domain.



How can I protect my privacy online?

You might not want your information to be visible to everybody and we understand that most people don't want their contact information to be made public. We provide you the opportunity to hide your information through our platform. So NameOcean keeps domain owner's information private by default unless they choose to disclose. NameOcean does NOT charge any fee for WHOIS Privacy service.
We offer a Whois Lookup service to check details associated with a domain.

What does client-transfer prohibited in whois lookup?


“Client transfer prohibited” means that the domain is restricted and cannot be transferred. Domain names are locked to prevent unauthorized changes. This is also known as "Registrar lock" or "Client Transfer Prohibited". This status is used to prevent people from moving or making a change in a domain without the consent of the domains registrant. This is a registry setting on a domain name which is enabled by a registrar that forces all requests to the registry to transfer the domain to be rejected automatically. 
We use these settings to protect your domain and this ensures that nobody tries to breach your information. And we also make sure that no one is able to move it away without your permission.

Why should you keep your whois information private?


When your private information is present on the whois which is a public database, it has a threat of being exposed to everyone. This information can include your contact information, your bank account details, your other personal information, etc. this can alleviate the risk of stealing of your information. The main reasons to keep your information private are:

  • To secure your private information
  • To prevent undesired interference
  • To help you stay in budget
  • To help you keep a track
  • To hide your email