Whois query - find out who owns a Domain or IP address

This ("who is") lookup tool can be used to find out who owns a domain, or who is behind an IP address.

Whois protocol

WHOIS ("Who is") is a protocol on the internet that can be used to find out the registered user of a domain or IP address.

On a Unix/Linux based computer, the 'whois' command can be used to query the database for a specific domain name or IP address. You can do the same online with this tool. If you enter a domain name like "manytools.org", the whois tool will display the registry information for this domain, including the IP address of the server it's hosted on.

Read more about IP addresses & Domain name resolution.


Link to this page: “Whois”

You can link to this tool using this HTML code. Simply copy and paste it into your page:

<a href="https://manytools.org/network/online-whois-query/">Whois query - Find out who owsn a Domain or IP address</a>

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Updates

September 27, 2017

Exit Coinhive (in-browser bitcoin mining)

Thank you for your feedback on our (brief) test with browser based bitcoin mining. This seemed like a nice way to support this website, but turned out to be far too much of a burden to our visitors. So we've decided to remove it. Our apologies for the inconvenience it has caused.

August 18, 2017

Migrated to HTTPS

Happy to inform that Manytools is now fully Chrome-62-ready, thanks Google! A secure connection had been due for a very long time. Today we finally got around to upgrading the site to run on HTTPS. – (Starting October 2017, Chrome (version 62) will show a “NOT SECURE” warning when users enter text in a form on an HTTP page, and for all HTTP pages in Incognito mode.)

August 10, 2016

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