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Privacy Policy

We value your privacy very highly. This Privacy Policy outlines our procedures for gathering, storing, processing, transferring, and using personal data. Your interest in Domainir services, goods, and websites is valued.

What information might we gather, and how?

Typically, when you fill out a form on, we don't collect your personal information. However, if any information is gathered in any other way, it will only be used to create, provide, and support services for research, cybersecurity, and the preservation of intellectual property. 
This Personal Information may be gathered in a variety of methods, which may include:
You directly give us personal information.

When you purchase our Services, sign up for a user account, contact by phone, email, mail, or our website to request information or help, or when you attend a Domainir webinar or event, you may voluntarily give us Personal Data. 

  • You can choose what information you give us or whether you want to give us any information. Still, it's possible that specific data, like your name, address, payment information, and details about how you use or subscribe to the Services, are necessary to fulfil our contractual obligations.
  • You won't be able to license or use particular Benefits if you don't supply us with this information.
  • Technologically gathered personal information.
  • We may use cookies and other technologies to collect Personal Data while you use our Services. 

Personal information connected to the domain

We gather publicly accessible domain and DNS-related data from organizations managing the internet's universal domain name system (commonly referred to as Open Source Intelligence or OSINT). This DNS-related data may comprise the name, address, contact details (administrative or technical), and email address of a domain registrant.

How and why do we use your data?

The reasons behind our collection and use of personal data to offer or render services.
We utilize your Personal Data to provide Services if you license Services from or contact us to request Services or Services assistance. We utilize for this purpose the information we need to get in touch with you and communicate with you, the information we need to make personalized offers to you, the information we need to process and complete your requests, and the information we need to get paid.

We only use your data with your permission.

We will only follow your consent if you have permitted us to use your information. In certain circumstances, such as in connection with our marketing activities, we may ask you to give us additional consent to use your information. In that case, you can withdraw your consent or refuse to give your approval at any moment without facing any repercussions. 

Does share your Data with outside parties?

To provide you with the Services you have requested or purchased, we may share your Data with your consent or as required by law. If required by law, we may also share Personal Data with our affiliated companies' vendors that work for us to maintain the security of our services or to protect rights or property. We also provide our clients and users with DNS-related data that we have gathered from publicly accessible sources. We might divulge personal information in the following cases:

Advisers and service providers.

If they work for us or on our behalf, third-party vendors and other service providers may have access to your Data. These companies could assist with our marketing initiatives (sales outreach, communications management, and event support), offer professional services (such as tax, accounting, or legal), or help with network or system support, maintenance, and security. They could also give us business productivity solutions and applications (such as tools for messaging, email, document creation, accounting and payment processing, or customer relations management). 

With a commercial deal

In the course of a transaction, such as a merger, sale, reorganization, financing, change of control, or acquisition of all or a portion of our business, or in the event of bankruptcy or similar proceedings, we may release Personal Data to third parties.

Legal justifications

We may provide personal information to third parties if forced to do so by law or court order or if we have a good faith belief that doing so is essential to:
The rights, property, or personal safety of, Service users, or others are exercised or protected. Respect the law and any reasonable inquiries from law enforcement.

In the public eye

DNS-related information is made freely available to the public by several Services. Registered users can access additional services like reporting, monitoring, and analysis of DNS-related data.

How long will we retain your personal information?

As per our legal requirements and legitimate business interests, we will keep personal data for as long as it takes to accomplish the goals for which it was collected. We keep customer-related Personal Data until the end of any applicable legal retention period or statute of limitations for claims of that connection. Up to the end of our contact with that person or when we receive a request to remove such Personal Data, we keep marketing data about prospective clients on file. As long as it's necessary for the delivery, upkeep, support, and development of our Services, we keep DNS-related data.

How do we safeguard your personal information?

We will save all of your personal information on safe servers. We have implemented essential technical and organisational security measures to safeguard your data against accidental or illegal loss, alteration, destruction, or damage and any unauthorized access to or disclosure of Personal Data on our systems. We commit to encrypting any sensitive information you give us using a secure socket layer ("SSL") or a comparable technology when you do so (for example, while using our website to purchase a Service). Use a web browser with SSL support to take advantage of these security measures.

What tracking technologies and cookies do we employ?

When you use our Services, read our emails, or interact with us in any other way, we and our third-party partners automatically gather specific usage data. Typically, we gather this data through various tracking methods, called "tracking technologies"—cookies, web beacons, embedded scripts, location-identifying tools, file metadata, and other tools. To manage tracking technologies, you can use browser controls or third-party programs.

Cookie Definition

When you visit a website, a small text file called a cookie is downloaded to your device (such as a computer, tablet, or smartphone). Cookies make it possible for websites or ad networks to recognize a user's web browser. These cookies assist websites in determining whether a browsing device has previously been spotted.

What purposes do cookies serve?

Cookies allow you to browse between pages quickly, remember preferences, and enhance your browsing experience. They also help us better understand how our Services are used. Additionally, cookies can ensure that the online advertising you see is more pertinent to you and your interests.
What varieties of cookies does use?
Generally speaking, the cookies used on our Services fall into the following categories: strictly necessary, analytics, functionality, advertising, and social media.

Required Cookies.

The operation of our Services depends on these cookies. You can navigate the Services and utilize their features, thanks to them. You might not be able to use our Services to their full potential without certain cookies.

Cookies for analytics.

These cookies collect data on how users interact with our services. All of the data these cookies gather is combined to help us analyze how well our Services are working and make them better.

Cookie functionality.

These cookies let us remember your preferences and customize our services to offer more valuable features and information. These cookies, for instance, can be used to remember your user name, preferred language, selected country, and Services.

Commercial cookies.

We might divulge information about your usage of our website over time to social media networks, online ad networks, and other third-party services. They can play or display advertisements on our Services, other devices you might use, and other websites, apps, or services. Most of the time, but not always, the data we share comes from cookies or other tracking technologies, which identify the device you're using and gather data, including clickstream data, browser type, the time and date you visited the site, and other details. Tracking technologies are utilised to serve you and your interests with more relevant adverts. Additionally, they help determine the success of advertising campaigns by limiting the number of times you see an advertisement. These tracking technologies keep track of the websites you've visited and may share this information with other organizations, like advertising partners.

Cookies from social media.

Some of the pages on our websites may contain tools or applications linked to third-party social media service providers to enhance your online experience and facilitate content sharing. These social media organizations might be able to identify you and gather data regarding your use of our Services. They might also use other tracking technology like cookies or set them. The privacy rules of those companies govern your interactions with those features.

How long will cookies remain on your web browser?

Whether a cookie is a "persistent" or "session" determines how long it will remain on your browsing device. After you have completed surfing a specific website, persistent cookies will continue on your browsing device until they are erased or expired. Session cookies are only retained on your device for your visit to the website that set them.

EU citizens only is a data controller, not a data processor.

In cases where is the data controller, we are in charge of and charge of processing your data. When processes Personal Data on behalf of another business (for instance, when your employer pays a subscription fee for you to use the Services), does so in the capacity of a data processor. You should speak with the competing business to learn more about its privacy policies and legal options.
rights under the General Data Protection Regulation.
If we hold any of your Personal Data and you live in the European Union, the following rights apply to you:

  • access to your data is a right.
  • rectification rights, the right to request immediate data correction in cases where personal data is incomplete or inaccurate.
  • the ability to erase. the right to request the immediate deletion of your data in certain situations, such as when it is no longer required for the purposes for which it was acquired or processed.
  • the option to stop us from processing your data in specific situations, such as when you contest the accuracy of the Personal Data.
  • You have the right to object to processing based on your legitimate interests concerning circumstances related to your situation. Any cause can be used to 
  • Residents of the EU also have the option to file a complaint with their local data protection authority. Visit for further information on how to get in touch with your local data protection authority.

For Residents of California

If you live in California, you may have extra rights about how we use your personal information under California law. Visit our California Privacy Notice to learn more about your privacy rights there.
Methods of contact
Email if you want to exercise your rights or have any questions or reservations regarding our privacy policy. or use the contact form to write to us. 

Updates to Privacy Policies

Our privacy policy may occasionally be updated. When we make significant changes to the Privacy Policy, we'll notify you and revise the "last updated" date at the top of this page. Find out the WHOIS details of a domain name right away. Please review our policies frequently, as amended policies will apply to your future use of our services.