The internet is a wide and vast place, and many people don’t really know how it works. However, especially if you’re a legal professional well-read in this type of situation, there are actually a number of tools you have that can help you navigate around the internet. This is especially true in certain countries; in other countries, it may be a little bit less effective.
On the internet, there is typically a level of anonymity, but that level isn’t necessarily consistent for everyone and everything. If you’re registering a domain, for example, you’re almost certainly going to have to provide your legal name to register that domain. This means other people can look you up through your domain registration.
A domain is the name of a website, which is the part just after the “www” in an online URL. The domain is often what identifies a website, but to get that specific domain, someone had to register it. This means you can use a domain registration lookup to get extra information about who’s behind a certain domain. The information that you receive from a domain registration lookup can help you learn more about a specific website or an individual.
When you run a domain registration lookup, you’ll find a variety of pieces of information that can really help you in an investigation or just when you’re trying to find out more information in general. Most domain registration lookups include this information:
Depending on the domain registration lookup, you may also get more information; some domain registration lookups might even give you the name of the domain registrant. However, you can’t expect this. Despite that, the contact information can itself help you start drawing lines between individuals in your investigation.
Especially if you don’t do a lot of internet investigation, you might not know how a domain registration lookup can be helpful in many situations. These are a few of the ways you might be able to use a domain registration lookup:
Plus, these are only a few ways that you can use a domain registration lookup. They’re definitely not a complete list. If you think learning more about who registered a specific website could be helpful in your investigation, either to rule people out or to confirm someone’s involvement with a case, a domain registration lookup might be necessary for you.
Running a domain registration lookup is generally something that you can do publicly, which means you might be able to do it through Enformion or you may have to do it on your own. However, no matter how you run your domain registration lookup, you can use that information to then gather more information on a person. Enformion’s vast collection of data makes it easy for you to complete a profile on a domain owner.