Privacy Protection

When registering a domain you have to specify some information about yourself; name, address, phone number, email etc. This information is made publicly available through the WHOIS system.

With a paid account with DNSapp.net we allow you to use us as a proxy for your domains. This means that you will be anonymous in the WHOIS information.

We set up an e-mail alias that will forward all e-mail to you.

Example of normal vs. private WHOIS data:

Normal With Privacy Protection
domain:       example.org
owner:        Matthew Reese
organization: My Company Ltd
email:        matthew.reese@example.org
address:      Some Street 123
city:         Los Angeles
state:        California
postal-code:  91231
country:      US
phone:        +1.123-4567879
admin-c:      CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
tech-c:       CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
billing-c:    CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
[...]
created:      2010-08-23 10:30:45 UTC
modified:     2010-11-08 05:46:55 UTC
expires:      2013-08-23 10:30:45 UTC
domain:       example.org
owner:        DNSapp.net Privacy Protection
organization: DNSapp.net Privacy Protection
email:        ff961dc5e8da688fa78540651160b223@privacy.dnsapp.net
address:      Gammeltorv 8, 2.
city:         Copenhagen K
state:        Copenhagen
postal-code:  DK-1457
country:      DK
phone:        +45.46951011
admin-c:      CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
tech-c:       CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
billing-c:    CNET-783354 domains@dnsapp.net
[...]
created:      2010-08-23 10:30:45 UTC
modified:     2010-11-08 05:46:55 UTC
expires:      2013-08-23 10:30:45 UTC

Here all e-mail to ff961dc5e8da688fa78540651160b223@privacy.dnsapp.net will be forwarded to your personal e-mail (the one you use for DNSapp.net).

Privacy Protection is only available for domains registered through us or transferred to us.

Privacy Protection is not available for .dk domains.