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  1. #1
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    finding the domain owner?

    I hope someone can help?

    I have been asked by a friend to create a web page for his business. Now he already had a web page and domain with another web company. This company has now gone bust. I want to contact this company but the website is down, aswell as my friends website being down too.

    Is there anyway this company can be contacted?

    Is there a central registry where i can obtain a contact name or number or something?

    Any advice would be much appreciated :-)

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    You could try doing a WHOIS lookup on their domain name. Here is the tool to do it:

    http://www.allwhois.com/

    Usually, there is one or two contact numbers in the whois output.

    Tim.

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    I use the following little Perl script for that:

    use strict;

    use Net::Whois;
    use Carp;

    my $dom = shift @ARGV;

    my $w = new Net::Whois:omain $dom
    or die "Can't connect to Whois server\n";

    unless ($w->ok) { croak "No match for $dom";}

    print "Domain: ", $w->domain, "\n";
    print "Name: ", $w->name, "\n";
    print "Tag: ", $w->tag, "\n";
    print "Address:\n", map { " $_\n" } $w->address;
    print "Country: ", $w->country, "\n";
    print "Name Servers:\n", map { " $$_[0] ($$_[1])\n" }
    @{$w->servers};
    my ($c, $t);
    if ($c = $w->contacts) {
    print "Contacts:\n";
    for $t (sort keys %$c) {
    print " $t:\n";
    print map { "\t$_\n" } @{$$c{$t}};
    }
    }
    print "Record created:", $w->record_created ;
    print "\nRecord updated:", $w->record_updated ;
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    Originally posted by Charles
    I use the following little Perl script for that:

    use strict;

    use Net::Whois;
    use Carp;

    my $dom = shift @ARGV;

    my $w = new Net::Whois:omain $dom
    or die "Can't connect to Whois server\n";

    unless ($w->ok) { croak "No match for $dom";}

    print "Domain: ", $w->domain, "\n";
    print "Name: ", $w->name, "\n";
    print "Tag: ", $w->tag, "\n";
    print "Address:\n", map { " $_\n" } $w->address;
    print "Country: ", $w->country, "\n";
    print "Name Servers:\n", map { " $$_[0] ($$_[1])\n" }
    @{$w->servers};
    my ($c, $t);
    if ($c = $w->contacts) {
    print "Contacts:\n";
    for $t (sort keys %$c) {
    print " $t:\n";
    print map { "\t$_\n" } @{$$c{$t}};
    }
    }
    print "Record created:", $w->record_created ;
    print "\nRecord updated:", $w->record_updated ;
    Charles i guess this really does make you a scriptmaster because i would never thought of doing this

    [Legend Of Legia 2 Style] Charles earn the title of ScriptMaster ]
    x Infinity

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    He comes out with them now and again... I think he's got the next version of windows hidden up his sleeve somewhere!

    If I knew what to do with them I'd save them... I don't so they're not much use - he's pretty safe from having his scripts copied by most of us LOL

    dave

  6. #6
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    Hi!!!

    To contact the domain name owner ,
    you can visit this site www.whoisxy.com , it provides the best information about the domain name owner contact information , about domain name that is when it is created & expired details , whois lookup details everything about that domain name...............

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