Domains – WHOIS Privacy Protection
Got a registered domain? Your personal information is now available for public view.
- Redact your personal details online with WHOIS Privacy Protection
- Don’t leave yourself exposed to spam, unsolicited contacts and the risk of domain hijacking
- 3.2 million identity theft and fraud reports were recorded in 2019. Don’t be a statistic
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WHOIS: The risks for small business
Are you a small business working primarily out of your home? Consider the ramifications of your full name, address and phone number being public record.
Name, address, phone number, email address: information we usually protect at all costs. Don’t be an easy target for identity theft.
We’ve all experienced unwanted calls from telemarketers but expect calls to increase exponentially with your phone number freely available online.
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Protecting your personal details online
To register a domain with any provider or registrar, you will be required to provide your personal details (name, address, email, phone number etc). This information is a mandatory requirement for domain registration as it is automatically uploaded to WHOIS, a public directory that identifies who owns a certain domain, and how to get in touch with them. Understandably, the idea of such detailed personal information being available on the web for public view is a cause for concern for many people. BaseHost’s privacy protection allows you to secure your personal information online, hiding it from public view. This protects you from unsolicited contacts, spam and reduces the risk of identity theft.
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What does a Privacy Protected WHOIS look like?
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Frequently asked questions
What is WHOIS?
WHOIS is a directory showing literally WHO IS the owner of every domain registered globally. This directory shows the name, address, phone number and email address of the domain owner, among other personal data.
What is Privacy Protection?
This service is designed to protect the personal data of a domain registrant by acting as a proxy, providing business contact details rather than those of the registrant.