If you registered your domain through a registrar, you should contact them to change your privacy settings.
We fully support all the industry standard (EPP) privacy controls.
If they are unable to help you, we have a form you can use to set the privacy controls on your domain. All you need to know is the domain name and the password of the Owner or Admin contacts.
If you do not know the password of the Owner contact, you can reset it, if necessary
You can also use an AuthCode to set the Privcy controls - you would get this from your registrar. Normally an AuthCode is only used for transferring the domain between registrars, but if you are unable to reset the Owner password (e.g. becauase the owner's email address is incorrect) you can set the privacy setting using an AuthCode.
If you registered you domain name directly with us, login and use the options to modify the domain privacy or modify the contact privacy options of your records.
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).
In the contact record you can choose exactly which parts of the contact recod should be made public. This can include hiding all your contact information. NOTE: If the same contact record is used for many domains, changing the privacy settings in the contact record will affect all domains that use it.
Use the Contact modification page to mark what parts of your contact data will not be disclosed.
The most restrictive disclosure policy is calculated based on per contact and per domain privacy settings. i.e. you must choose to expose your contact information in both the domain and the contact records for it to be visible to the public.
The option Domain Information to publish is available at My Domains page then, in the drop-down to the far right of the corresponding domain, select Modify Conatcts / Privacy.
NOTE: Exposing your contact details may be necessary if you are proposing to purchase an SSL Certificate for your domain name.