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Beta Program for api-football. Here you can test the next version of the API. To register you must send us an email to [email protected] it is not recommended to use this version for a site or application in production (unless you want review the code each time we will modify something). For production USE : https://rapidapi.com/api-sports/api/api-football
Microsoft Translator APIs can be seamlessly integrated into your applications, websites, tools, or other solutions to provide multi-language user experiences. Leveraging industry standards, it can be used on any hardware platform and with any operating system to perform language translation and other language-related operations such as text language detection or text to speech. Click Here for more information about the Microsoft Translator API.
IATA ICAO airports airlines airplanes and much more data. A powerful API of all aviation data. Our tools contain Flight Track, Airport Timetables, Flight Routes and all the information about airports, airlines, airplanes and so much more! Try the free version to get an idea of the power of our API or look at the full list on https://aviation-edge/aviation-api-list/ Here you can see everything that our API offers. If you need information about the documentation, go to https://aviation-edge/developers
Parse, validate and get detailed user-agent information from a user-agent string. This API has the following features: User-Agent Type - Determine the general user-agent type e.g. desktop-browser or mobile-browser. Mobile Device Detection - Determine if this user-agent is a mobile device. Mobile Device Features - Get mobile device features such as brand, browser, model and screen size. Browser Details - Get browser software details like operating system, version and producer
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Perform a BIN (Bank Identification Number) or IIN (Issuer Identification Number) lookup. This API is ideal for fraud protection systems and payment analysis. Our BIN database is comprehensive and covers all countries, we update it on a regular basis as new cards are issued. This API also includes some extra fraud detection measures if a customer IP address is passed in. In this mode the API will also perform IP geolocation and IP blocklist lookups. Please Note: processing and transmitting BIN numbers is perfectly safe as long as no other card information is present, BIN numbers on there own pose no security risk to the card holder or merchant. To prevent abuse this API is restricted to a maximum of 5 API calls per day for Free API accounts.
Verisign, Inc. is an American company based in Reston, Virginia, United States that operates a diverse array of network infrastructure, including two of the Internet's thirteen root nameservers, the authoritative registry for the .com, .net, and .name generic top-level domains and the .cc and .tvcountry-code top-level domains, and the back-end systems for the .jobs, .gov, and .edutop-level domains. Verisign also offers a range of security services, including managed DNS, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack mitigation and cyber-threat reporting. In 2010, Verisign sold its authentication business unit – which included Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate, public key infrastructure (PKI), Verisign Trust Seal, and Verisign Identity Protection (VIP) services – to Symantec for $1.28 billion. The deal capped a multi-year effort by Verisign to narrow its focus to its core infrastructure and security business units. In 2002, Verisign was sued for domain slamming – transferring domains from other registrars to themselves by making the registrants believe they were merely renewing their domain name. ICANN asserted that Verisign had overstepped the terms of its contract with the U.S. Department of Commerce, which in essence grants Verisign the right to operate the DNS for .com and .net, and Verisign shut down the service. In keeping with ICANN's charter to introduce competition to the domain name marketplace, Verisign agreed to give up its operation of .org top-level domain in 2003 in exchange for a continuation of its contract to operate .com, which, at the time had more than 34 million registered addresses.