The ICANN registration data lookup tool gives you the ability to look up the current registration data for domain names and Internet number resources. The tool uses the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) which was created as a replacement of the WHOIS (port 43) protocol.
ICANN Lookup. The ICANN registration data lookup tool gives you the ability to look up the current registration data for domain names and Internet number resources.
Research the various policies and governing documents on WHOIS. Registration Directory Services (formerly WHOIS) Policy Review; Implementation; Current Issues
ICANN organization's WHOIS look-up tool makes it easier to conduct WHOIS searches. Accessing WHOIS WHOIS services are provided by registrars and registries for the domain names that they sponsor.
Enter the domain or IP address for which you would like to conduct a Whois lookup in the search box above. We will query the appropriate database and provide a recent record.
Internationalized Domain Name ,IDN,"IDNs are domain names that include characters used in the local representation of languages that are not written with the twenty-six letters of the basic Latin alphabet ""a-z"".
To use the GoDaddy WHOIS lookup tool, just enter the domain name whose information you’d like to view into the search field on the WHOIS main page. You can retrieve key data about a domain in this way, including availability, domain owner lookup , and creation and expiration details.
Viewing the WHOIS information for any domain name is as simple as typing the domain name in question into the search bar above. Our tool will allow you to search the WHOIS for most top level domains in order to learn the registrant information as well as the nameservers and associated IP addresses.
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