OK. If you are not a reseller then, the only thing that is giving it away is the nameservers?
You could use Godaddy's DNS and point to the IP of the host.
Other than that if it is very important to hide the host name, move to a host that uses more generic sounding nameservers (different name to their company name) or buy a reseller account that will give you private nameserver, e.g. your own domain name.
Thanks to uncle google anyone will be able to know where and who is your provider... private name servers.will do help but not much....you can always whois your ip and it will show you the provider name( Registry Whois-OrgID and OrgName )..unless your provider use a priviate names or your ip registered under the name of the data center...
Last edited by mad donkey; 04-18-2008 at 08:59 PM.
If you are using shared hosting, the only way for you is to either upgrade to a reseller hosting (with private nameservers) or use a host with anonymous nameservers.
I dont think whois protection will help as the nameservers is not covered.