If you purchase, sell, negotiate prices on, or assess domains, you will require precise and relevant information. We have developed an exhaustive package for data solution specifically designed for you. It greatly reduces the time and effort you put into back-end work.
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A comprehensive set of APIs for domain, WHOIS, DNS and IP research & monitoring, plus threat investigation, threat defense and SIEM (security information & event management) data enrichment.
You can greatly enhance your domain research toolkit with our enterprise-grade web-based solution that will be invaluable in searching and monitoring domain-related data. You can also integrate our monitoring and search facilities into your applications and immediately access one of the largest databases of WHOIS data.
On a daily basis, get downloadable lists of newly registered and recently expired domains so as to always be updated on what is happening in the domain world. You can always customize the plan according to your needs and get the right amount of the data required.
Domain Availability API is the most accurate way to find out whether a domain is available to be registered. Up to 2 million Domain Availability API queries are available per month but you can customize this figure according to your needs. Bulk domain availability check is also provided, and you can even monitor any changes in its WHOIS record through our GUI tool.
Evaluate the reputation of a domain by using a whole range of security data sources coupled with an instant audit of external configuration. For any domain name you are interested in, gather and assess hundreds of parameters to calculate its reputation score. You can investigate multiple properties of the domain ever since it was registered and estimate plausible risks from seemingly reliable domains.
IEEE was searching for a solution to automate its manual process of ensuring hundreds of independently-owned IEEE domain names were being updated with their latest information in the WHOIS Domain Name Registry. More specifically, there was a critical need of identifying upcoming domain name expirations early in order to alert their owners of potential losses...