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The most general way would be to setup a proxy webserver running at mysite.com that takes HTTP requests to mysite.com and forwards them to example.com waits for the response from example.com and then returns that information to the browser who requested info from mysite.com. This is pretty straightforward to do with nginx (a free open source web server). ...


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It looks like there are a few questions here, so I will try and split it up to what I think you mean. how can someone access my site with different domain name? Many domain registration services offer forwarding / redirection facilities, placing the website (say example.com) in an iframe. This would allow example2.com to appear as though it was ...


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You haven't said which service you have registered the domain through so it is difficult to say what their "ID Protection" service is. Assuming that it is the provision of a private registration - then the company you registered through should be the registered owner on the WHOIS directory. As your name is appearing on the WHOIS lookup, it would appear that ...


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If you don't enable privacy when initially registering a domain many Internet services which monitor new domain registration and domain ownership changes will record the original name used when registering the domain and then make that information public via their own sites. Changing the status of your registration ownership to private afterwards won't ...



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