Someone else points his DNS to my webserver [duplicate]

I have a DNS registered at godaddy.
The name of my DNS is: and it works perfectly.
I discovered that is also linking to my web server.
The problem with this is that if someone search for,
google wont show my DNS but Someone else is taking advance from my webserver.

Can someone please fix this?


You cannot do much of anything to change this. You could use whois to look up the owner/contacts for the other domain, and ask them to change their DNS.

In fact, I’ve done the first step for you. If the owner won’t play, you might be able to contact the abuse contacts.

Whois Record ( last updated on 2015-04-10 )

Domain Name:

Registry Domain ID:

Registrar WHOIS Server:

Registrar URL:

Updated Date:

Creation Date: 2014-10-14T19:08:06Z

Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2015-10-14T19:08:06Z

Registrar: 1&1 Internet AG

Registrar IANA ID: 83

Registrar Abuse Contact Email:

Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.8774612631


Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited

Registry Registrant ID:

Registrant Name: Esaleddin Kundakci

Registrant Organization: Satis-Shop

Registrant Street: Enscheder Str. 256b

Registrant City: Gronau (Westf.)

Registrant State/Province:

Registrant Postal Code: 48599

Registrant Country: DE

Registrant Phone: +49.1633642904

Registrant Phone Ext:

Registrant Fax:

Registrant Fax Ext:

Registrant Email:

Registry Admin ID:

Admin Name: Esaleddin Kundakci

Admin Organization: Satis-Shop

Admin Street: Enscheder Str. 256b

Admin City: Gronau (Westf.)

Admin State/Province:

Admin Postal Code: 48599

Admin Country: DE

Admin Phone: +49.1633642904

Admin Phone Ext:

Admin Fax:

Admin Fax Ext:

Admin Email:

Registry Tech ID:

Tech Name: Hostmaster EINSUNDEINS

Tech Organization: 1&1 Internet AG

Tech Street: Brauerstr. 48

Tech City: Karlsruhe

Tech State/Province:

Tech Postal Code: 76135

Tech Country: DE

Tech Phone: +49.7219600

Tech Phone Ext:

Tech Fax: +49.72191374248

Tech Fax Ext:

Tech Email:

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