When you buy a domain name, it is not a requirement that you use it for a website or that any web page appears when you type the domain name into a web browser. Domain ownership does not require website hosting. However, DNProtect rewards domain names with better DNP Scores if they have a current web page on them and "resolve" to a web page.
If domain names do resolve, and have a web page associated with the domain name, a web server is serving up that web page. Each web server has an IP address associated with it. Therefore, DNProtect reports what the IP address is in our report. When calculating a domain name's risk, we may use that IP address in a review or calculation, especially if that IP address has deemed to be associated with other domain names that have lower DNP Scores.