Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by kharm, Mar 30, 2010.
Is this possible?
Yes..It's called private registration. Some Domain registrar will charge a fee for this service
Of course. You have to register your domain privately
not possible dud.
Use an anonymous host and pay by letter.. not even your host will know anything except your email.. and your ip.
If you want to go as paranoid as possible, use proxies, too.
A private domain registration service like 'domains by proxy' for example that godaddy offers is only to keep your email/name/address from being scraped or found by spammers or any nosey competitors trying to find out who you are.
If you are looking for privacy because what you are doing may or may not be borderline risky for whatever reason, you should know that these services offer very little protection and will be lifted to reveal your personal information the moment someone files any type of legal action/dispute and forwards the papers to your registrar.
It's best to get yourself an anonymous paypal/moneybookers/gift card and register it in a fake name to a ficticious address if you anticipate anyone really coming to look for you.
Why do you want to hide?
Yeah.. I wonder why someone in a blackhat forum would like to remain anonymous?
Namecheap gives it for 1 year free with every domain. (And it's only like $3 or 4 a year after that--much cheaper than most places. Even gives you a forwarding email address in the whois records, which you can have rotate never, or as often as daily.) Best registrar IMO.
Actually if you buy your domain from google.. private registration is included and they only charge $10/yr
Holy crap I didn't realize they were into that business now--cool stuff.
They're not really in the Domain registar business.. they partner up with other registrars like enom and godaddy so they can promote one of their service called google apps.
namecheap offer free privacy protect.
godaddy offer free if ordering .com in bulk (i think minimum is 6 domains or maybe 7)
Separate names with a comma.