In a press release today, we made an announcement about our partnerships with Mandiant, Cyber Squared Inc. and Malformity Labs to help provide security analysts with more powerful threat intelligence and cybercrime investigation solutions. Through these integrations, investigators who rely on our unparalleled repository of DNS and Whois data, will be able to more effectively […]
While domain names may often take center stage in cybercrime investigations, IP addresses are no less visible in the data trails that attackers leave behind—indeed, in some cases they are all an investigator has as a starting point. DomainTools has long provided information about IP addresses (you can run a Whois lookup on an IP […]
Spammers are wily, but guess what? So are the good folks fighting this digital scourge. In a recent blog post, the Talos team from Sourcefire (now part of Cisco) documents a recent successful investigation of a spammer. The article focuses on the rather arcane crime of IP hijacking, but the hijacking in this case is really […]
DomainTools works tirelessly to build the world’s best database of Whois records, with coverage spanning all of the ccTLDs and each new gTLD as it comes online—not to mention the “big six” TLDs: com, net, org, biz, info, and us. We believe we have reason to claim that our coverage is unparalleled. But now we have […]
One of the most satisfying things for us at DomainTools is to see our tools and data enable novel solutions that make a real difference for customers. Maccabim, a longtime DomainTools customer, has just released its Serial Cybersquatter Detector combining their know-how in the brand protection world with our market-leading database of domain and DNS information. The […]
Ever wanted to build a cool Whois app, or augment your domain name or DNS site with DomainTools’ data? Now you can, for free!
With our new Developer API Access, you can get 500 Domain Profile and Whois lookups every month at no cost. That’s plenty to build a proof-of-concept or even to augment lookups on a small-scale site or app.
Wouldn’t your project be more impressive if you could flag domains that have history which pre-dates their create date? Include stats on how many other domains are on the same web host or name server. Our Domain Profile API will give you that–and more.
Exciting news! We now have an API for Screenshots.com, and at least for now, it’s completely free. We’re letting anyone in the world use it (within reason!), and we’re giving away both small and large screenshots plus the complete historical record for a domain.
You can learn more about access, api documentation and the terms of service at Screenshots.com/api/
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An exciting Press Release went out this morning about Escrow.com’s use of our API services. Check out the full release below:
Escrow.com Partners with DomainTools to Reinforce Transaction Security and Elevate Customer Experience
DomainTools’ API suite allows Escrow.com to automate their verification processes while providing faster, more secure results for buyers and sellers
DomainTools, the recognized leader in domain name research and monitoring, today announced that Escrow.com has successfully integrated the DomainTools API suite to enhance the customer experience while improving on security measures.
Did you know the first product DomainTools sold was an API? We built an innovative domain suggestion engine called Name Spinner that was —and still is—popular with registrars, likely driven to some extent by the crowded .com space. For those of you who are not registrars, innovative tools such as Domain Suggestions (called Name Spinner) and Domain Search will be your ticket to finding a good domain name that matches a product, service, or website concept.
Since then, we’ve build a solid set of research, history, and alert products for our members. But until recently, we haven’t been able to invest the time needed in order to make that data available through an API. We built a few data services for our Whois Lookup and Historical Whois products, and although the data services themselves were quite solid, the documentation was rough (or non-existent) and there was no way to sign up or manage your account without contacting our business development team.
Our new API product offering aims to change all that.