Domain expiration check
See when a domain expires if you want to buy it and know it’s taken. The owner might sell when the deadline is near or then you can buy it when it is available.
Find the domain owner
Use our WHOIS search tool to acquire a domain or find the owner. Type the domain name to fetch availability, ownership, creation and expiration details.
See domain availability
Enter the domain name you want to buy in Luxhosting.com’s WHOIS domain search and check their availability. You can buy if available or contact the owner to pitch for sale.
WHOIS search, what is it?
The domain lookup by Luxhosting.com shows recent information entered into the official WHOIS database. It’s used to get information about registered domains at the given time and their registered owners.
How does your WHOIS Domain Search work?
When someone registers a domain name, they have to provide their contact information which registrars store collectively on the Whois database. The information is accessible to the public, and you can use our domain database to obtain the information.
Take these exclusive features!
Fast & Easy site migration
Join the fastest hosting platform easily, sign up for web hosting, connect your domain name, website, and it immediately publish live on our high-performance network.
Privacy for WHOIS
The Domain ID Protection service provides you with the privacy you need. You can hide your registration details and block spam with the WHOIS ID Protection.
Access our free DNS/ domain nameserver administration service for 1 year. You need to choose the when checking out, and the management takes care of the rest.
Use the domain lookup tool to see who owns a domain.
See the WHOIS search tool frequently asked questions and answers here.
WHOIS Domain Search FAQs
All registered domain names are in the WHOIS database. When you register a domain name, your details are entered automatically into the WHOIS database as the owner.
The database is also used to find details about domains when you use the WHOIS search tool. Records such as registration and expiration dates, the name servers and current domain registrar are found on the database. Other details include contact details of the domain name owner
If you need to contact the domain name owner or if your legal team wants to display ownership when in a trademark dispute could help the case. You can locate the owner of the domain name using the WHOIS database search.
LuxHosting’s WHOIS search allows quick examination of information about a domain’s owner to speed up the domain purchase process between the buyer and seller.
So, if you want to buy a domain name and don’t know its registration status, use the WHOIS domain lookup tool.
To confirm the domain’s owner, the domain registration process needs personal information from the applicant. The details include Full name, address, and contact information.
What do you do if you have registered a domain name and don’t want the public to access your information?
Opt for Luxhosting’s Domain ID protection. this tool will hide your contact information when someone searches for your information using the WHOIS search tool. Add the service or ask the sales expert to add the service during checkout.
The domain protection service reduces the chances of marketing companies and scammers accessing your information.
Looking to learn more about a particular domain name, perform a WHOIS lookup and find the owner. Enter the URL /domain name in the search box above to use our domain owner lookup.
You will get solutions to questions like:
• Is it possible to register a desired domain?
• Who the domain or website you want belong to?
• How can I contact a domain/website owner?
• When is a given domain registration going to expire?
Yes. You can use the WHOIS search tool for free to find a website/domain’s owner, or domain availability. There is no restriction on how many searches you can conduct, so feel free to search for as many websites.
Sometimes domain owners can have their contact information replaced with proxy server information by the registrar by requesting WHOIS Domain ID Protection. Contact a support expert to add Domain ID protection to hide your domain information.
Also, in compliance with the GDPR, a regional data protection and privacy legislation, the domain registrar may conceal information from the public.
Sometimes, the domain name you desire is taken; hang in there because it is not over yet. You have an opportunity to make an offer to the domain’s owner. Choose “Make Offer” to start negotiations. Alternatively, you can opt for “Add to cart” and complete the transaction if it's a free registration.