Every active domain name is registered on the name of an individual and throughout the registration procedure many details are submitted - the owner’s names, address, e-mail, cell phone number, etc. These details in addition to the registrar company name and the registration/expiration dates is known as WHOIS of the domain name and in agreement with the policies of Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) it has to be current and legitimate. If a domain address has wrong WHOIS details, it may be reported and if the details are not corrected, the Internet domain can be deleted or the registrar company may take over its ownership. By default, the WHOIS info is public and could be seen on numerous lookup websites, or for a smaller number of country-code extensions - on the websites of the respective Registry businesses. All companies which provide registration services are required to provide an effective way for their customers to access and change the WHOIS info of any domain address they own as much as the particular TLD allows it.

Full WHOIS Management in Semi-dedicated Servers

When you register or transfer a domain name to our company and you've got a semi-dedicated server plan, you'll be able to check out and change the domain address WHOIS details without any difficulty using the same Hepsia CP in which you will control the hosting space. It will take literally only a click to check out what details a domain address is currently registered with. With a couple of more you'll be able to edit any part of the WHOIS details and if you'd like to do a mass update, you can simply select several domain names due to the fact that Hepsia allows you to handle domains in bulk. You won't have to go through your domain names 1 by 1 if you'd like to modify the e-mail address for all of them, as an example. If you own a domain address which supports WHOIS updates, although not automatic ones, you could contact us and we can take you step-by-step through the process and assist you till the change takes effect. That is necessary for a number of country-code extensions only, as the generic ones have no limitations related to WHOIS updates and you could modify everything and at any time using your Control Panel.