HTTPS lookup

Find all HTTPS bindings for a domain name with this online DNS HTTPS checker. For example, try paypal.com or macromedia.com to view their HTTPS records.

How to lookup HTTPS records

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HTTPS records can be configured by the owner of a domain name. They are used to store information in the DNS, which can be looked up by anyone. Each record type has a different purpose.

HTTPS records are configured in DNS. But how can you look up these HTTPS records? That depends on the operating system you are using. Windows, Linux and Mac all have a different way of finding HTTPS records. The sections below contain instructions for each operating system.

Example output of a HTTPS lookup query

How to lookup HTTPS records on Windows

The HTTPS record type cannot be looked up in Windows. Neither nslookup, nor Powershell's Resolve-DnsName has support for it. You can either install WSL and follow the Linux instructions below, or use an online HTTPS lookup tool like the one on the top of this page.

How to lookup HTTPS records on Mac OS

To check the HTTPS records for a certain domain name on a Mac, follow these steps:

  1. Open a terminal by entering [command] + [space] → 'terminal.app' → [enter].Open a terminal on a Mac
  2. Type dig example.com HTTPS and hit [enter] to get the HTTPS records for example.com.HTTPS lookup on a Mac
  3. The HTTPS records are listed below the ANSWER SECTION heading.

How to lookup HTTPS records on Linux

To check the HTTPS records for a certain domain name on Linux, follow these steps:

  1. Open a terminal by entering [Super] → 'terminal' → [enter].Open a terminal in Linux
  2. Type dig example.com HTTPS and hit [enter] to get the HTTPS records for example.com.HTTPS lookup in Linux
  3. The HTTPS records are listed below the ANSWER SECTION heading.

How to lookup other record types

There are other types of DNS records then just HTTPS. The most commonly used DNS record types are A, AAAA, CNAME, NS, TXT, MX and SOA. If you'd like to look up all records of these record types, you can do so with nslookup. Click any of the record types below to find DNS records for that specific record type.