WHOIS records of tron.as

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Domain Information

Domain Name
tron.as
Domain Status

active

redemption period

locked by registry

registered until cancelled

Nameservers

beth.ns.cloudflare.com
yisroel.ns.cloudflare.com

Response from WHOIS Server

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Domain:
     tron.as

Domain Status:
     Active
     Redemption Period
     Locked by Registry

Registrant:
     Redacted for privacy

Registrar:
     Gransy s.r.o. d/b/a regtons.com (https://regtons.com)

Relevant dates:
     Registered on 13th January 2022 at 07:01:03.798
     Registry fee due on 13th January each year

Registration status:
     Registered until cancelled

Name servers:
     beth.ns.cloudflare.com
     yisroel.ns.cloudflare.com
     

WHOIS lookup made on Wed, 21 Feb 2024 at 10:59:38 GMT

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