How to hide your hosting provider?

JFSG

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There is no way to fully conceal it no matter how hard you try. I know plenty of ways to find out who is hosting a website even if they try to hide it.
 

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Not exactly. There are many anonymous Domain name provider if needed Pm me will share my knowledge 100% safe can only track you through IP. it's a free knowledge :D haha

If you need to hide your Hosting provider in case you are a reseller then CloudFlare will be the best option for free and change your nameserver to Ns1.yourdomine.com Ns2.yourdomain.com. this can hide you 90% there are some ways to find the host provider but it is hard if you use CloudFlare
 

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I agree with @JFSG
It is not possible to hide your hosting provider because when you published your website to internet, information about your hosting providers need to be revealed to process for networks or users.
 

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If someone really wants to no matter how hard you try they will find our who your hosting provider is.

The only way around this would be having your own IP range which is expensive and the hosting provider probably wouldn't allow you to do it especially if its on shared hosting.

No matter what happens the ip will always be looked up against the registry and populate back to your hosting provider.
 

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There are two ways to hide your hosting provider -
1. using cloudflare instead of hosting provider's dns
2. buy hosting from whitelabled hosting provider.
and to hide the domain whois - you need to buy the ID protection from the domain provider.
If you want your domain name and web hosting information to be hidden then you will have to purchase WHOIS protection(Privacy Protection).
Is it a requirement to provide real data to the who is ?? Some domains do not have the option who is guard ??
 

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The most common way to hide hosting information for a website would be to use a CDN like Cloudflare, although other CDNs will do the job as well. Cloudflare just seems to be the most popular CDN.

Also many that use Cloudflare have reported it works quite well in hiding your web hosting when someone is trying to find WhoIs hosting your website.

However, if someone is determined and has the knowledge and wherewithal to find you, eventually they will. There is always a way.

But using a CDN in most cases will hide your IP identity.

This is why a lot of piracy sites use CDNs to mask their real server IP addresses. Even doing multiple reverse proxies after their CDN can obfuscate that much more.

So basically, in a nutshell, there are two ways to hide your Web Hosting Provider:

Using a CDN instead of your Hosting Provider’s DNS.
Buy your Web Hosting from a White-label Hosting Provider.
 

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I'm not really sure I understand the point from the first post, you say that the reason for wanting to hide the domain registrar and hosting provider is to avoid spam complaints...

So, you are sending spam?

Or, is there some way that I am missing that this would prevent you from receiving spam?
 

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Form my experiences, anonymous hosting can totally hide your true identity. No need for any personal details when signing up and thanks to BTC payments, you are way bellow the radar.
 

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You should use reverse proxy to generic web server address (like CloudFlare or similar)
 
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