Law enforcement agencies always need to stay ahead of the technology curve and how bad actors are able to
take advantage of innovative developments, privacy regulations, and bulletproof hosting and other
services that make it easy to set up and maintain criminal infrastructure online. But the challenge is
not just adapting to the ever-changing technological landscape or digital abuse techniques but also
obtaining as much connected data as possible, leading to clues for deeper and more intensified crime
Technological capabilities that aid thorough crime investigations and case resolutions can strongly
benefit from a complete view of the Internet—the network that often provides law offenders an avenue,
anonymity, and the audacity to commit cybecrimes. Access to real-time and historical domain, WHOIS, IP,
DNS, and other Internet-related intelligence can lead to additional clues about cybercrime and
perpetrators that would otherwise remain unnoticed.
What Our Clients Say
"WhoisXML API data has led our Cybercrime Unit to clues that greatly contributed to our investigations. We pivot off certain domain and WHOIS data points to see historical domain ownership details, domain connections, DNS resolutions, and other hidden intelligence that could bring us closer to criminal infrastructure takedown, if not case resolution."
Digital Crimes Unit
"We found certain nameservers that were always used for a phishing campaign, having those in our rules enabled us to catch phishing sites before they affected our user base. WhoisXML API is a responsive and reliable provider of domain intelligence. Whenever there are issues, they are quick to respond and resolve them. Working with them is smooth and straightforward."
Christine Bejerasco, Senior Analyst