Domain ID protection obfuscates your personal or company details from the publicly accessible whois database.

The contact details provided while registering a domain name are stored in a publicly accessible database called the ‘whois database’ which is open for all to view and can be used for mailicious purposes by hackers and spammers.

Domain ID Protection acts as a proxy hiding the orginal registrant detail and protecting the identity of the registrant.

  • Which TLDs allow ID Protect?
    Here is a truncated list of Internet top-level domains (TLD) which allow Domain ID Protection; .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, .name, .tv, .cc and .me etc.
  • Can I use domain ID protection with .in (India) domains?
    ID protection is currently not available for .in domains.