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 […]
In the first two installments of this series (Beyond Whois: The Domain Profile and Beyond Whois: IP Addresses Tell Many Tales), we looked at how there are a lot of datapoints in the DomainTools database that go beyond Whois and DNS records to help you find elusive answers to domain ownership and the connections among […]
There’s been a lot of buzz last week about Face.com being acquired by Facebook. To find out more about the historical aspect of Face.com, there are many research tools you can leverage via DomainTools to piece together a full story:
1. What’s the Whois History of Face.com…how many record changes have there been over the years and what are the details? There are 976 historical whois records associated with Face.com dating back as far as 2001 when it was registered with Face Software based in New York.
As you are aware, today, Wednesday, January 18th, thousands of websites will go dark to protest SOPA & PIPA (Stop Online Privacy Act) and (Protect IP Act). By combining DomainTools’ extensive WHOIS database with website screenshots, we are able to produce a rich visual view into the homepages of websites that are protesting SOPA & PIPA so you can see how their content and message has changed in light of the protest.
It’s been over a week since we launched Screenshots.com on December 6th. We’re excited to have this live for all of you to use. Thank you to those who have sent us feedback on the site!
Please feel free to continue sharing your thoughts with us regarding the site functionality or anything else that comes to mind. You can share feedback by commenting on this blog or send us an email via Support(at)Screenshots(dot)com. You can also feel free to post messages via Twitter or comment on our Screenshots.com Facebook page wall.
With that said, we’ve started posting a screenshot a day on our Screenshots Facebook page.