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% Copyright (c)2023 by NIC.AT (1) % % Restricted rights. % % Except for agreed Internet operational purposes, no part of this % information may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or % transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, % recording, or otherwise, without prior permission of NIC.AT on behalf % of itself and/or the copyright holders. Any use of this material to % target advertising or similar activities is explicitly forbidden and % can be prosecuted. % % It is furthermore strictly forbidden to use the Whois-Database in such % a way that jeopardizes or could jeopardize the stability of the % technical systems of NIC.AT under any circumstances. In particular, % this includes any misuse of the Whois-Database and any use of the % Whois-Database which disturbs its operation. % % Should the user violate these points, NIC.AT reserves the right to % deactivate the Whois-Database entirely or partly for the user. % Moreover, the user shall be held liable for any and all damage % arising from a violation of these points. domain: delta.at registrar: World4You Internet Services GmbH ( https://nic.at/registrar/61 ) registrant: DHG12641665-NICAT tech-c: GG702595-NICAT tech-c: <data not disclosed> nserver: ns1.world4you.at nserver: ns2.world4you.at changed: 20201007 08:53:31 source: AT-DOM personname: Manuela Kainerstorfer organization: Delta Holding GmbH street address: Kalkofenstrasse 21 postal code: 4600 city: Wels country: Austria phone: +4350756166 fax-no: +437242756700 e-mail: [email protected] nic-hdl: DHG12641665-NICAT changed: 20200506 16:09:01 source: AT-DOM personname: Domain Admin organization: World4You Internet Services GmbH street address: Hafenstrasse 35 postal code: 4020 city: Linz country: Austria phone: <data not disclosed> fax-no: <data not disclosed> e-mail: <data not disclosed> nic-hdl: GG702595-NICAT changed: 20190117 15:19:57 source: AT-DOM
About Domain Ownership (WHOIS)
WHOIS is used for querying databases storing the data of the registered users of a domain name, an IP address block, or an autonomous system.
While registering a Domain name, the International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires the registeree's information (may be individuals, businesses or organisations) and up-to-date personal contact information from the registrars. This information is collected and displayed in the ICANN WHOIS Database, including the name, address, email, phone number, and associated IP addresses, like an address book for the public.1. How can I use the WHOISnote lookup tool?
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6. Is domain ownership transfer instant?
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