If you’re curious about who is hosting a website, you can easily find out by using ICANN Lookup. ICANN Lookup is a free tool provided by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) that allows you to search for domain name registration information.
To use ICANN Lookup, go to lookup.icann.org. In the search field, enter the domain name of the website you’re interested in and click Lookup. In the results page, scroll down to Registrar Information. The registrar is usually the domain host, so this should tell you who is hosting the website.
If the domain name is registered with a large domain registrar such as GoDaddy or Namecheap, you can usually find the hosting information on the registrar’s website. For example, if the domain is registered with GoDaddy, you can log in to your GoDaddy account and look up the domain in the Domain Manager. The hosting information should be listed there.
If the domain is registered with a smaller registrar, you may need to contact the registrar directly to find out who is hosting the website. You can usually find contact information for the registrar on the registrar’s website.
By using ICANN Lookup or checking the domain registrar’s website, you can easily find out who is hosting a website. Knowing who is hosting a website can be useful if you’re considering switching hosting providers or if you’re troubleshooting a website issue.