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You can choose to make information about the owner public or private, however you are required to provide accurate publicly visible contact information.All domain registrations and contact information are listed in the publicly visible WHOIS directory.
All you need to know is the domain name and the password of the Owner or Admin contacts.To get help take a look at one of the resources below.You can find a full demo of OWA along with development examples over at the Demo & Examples site.To download the latest releases of OWA, point your web browser at click the button below: Download a Tarball Subversion access to the OWA source code is available at For the latest code, tell your SVN client to: Help and support for OWA is provided by it’s community of authors, users, and contributors.You can hide the contacts details from the WHOIS in one of two ways - on the domain or on the contact (or both).
In the domain you can select to expose all information, no information, or only the street address (hiding the phone, fax & email).
The new version of revisions patches several longstanding bugs and issues with the revisions system and introduces a slick new user interface for viewing and comparing revisions.
The new interface uses a scrollbar and features two modes – a single handle mode where each revision is displayed indicating whats changed in that revision, and a two handled mode where users can compare any two revisions stored in the system and see whats changed between them.
Domain privacy allows you to keep your contact information such as your name, address and phone number private from prying eyes, while still fulfilling that you list valid contact information for your domain.
You are still listed as owner of the domain, however the public does not see your name or contact information.
The DNS Root Zone IANA is the global coordinator of the DNS root.