WHOIS API (v2) returns well-parsed WHOIS records with fields in XML and JSON formats for any IPv4, IPv6 address, domain name, or email.
An API to generate a screenshot of a domain, get social data, whois data, alexa data and graphs and lots of other information.
Returns well-parsed whois fields in XML and JSON formats. Use it to track domain registrations, check domain name availability, detect credit card fraud, locate users geographically. The service automatically follows the whois registry referral chains until it finds the correct whois registrars with the most complete whois data. Works over basic HTTP and avoices firewall-related problems of accessing Whois servers on port 43.
This API lets you check whether a domain is available for registration or not. Please report false positives.
This API returns the reputation information for a given domain. data is pulled from Google Safe Browsing API and MyWOT
Name Toolkit is a domain name suggestion, registration and whois info provider. Our focus is on speed, simplicity and honesty.
This API endpoint checks if a Domain name has been used as email registration, source of attacks and others malicious activities. It scores the reputation of the domain: the more negative the score, the riskier the domain. A positive score normally its a domain with good reputation, and a zero score means neutral. Moocher.io is a set of lists like IP, domains, emails, passwords, creditcard BIN/IIN. Some of them marked as 'abusers' by several groups and initiatives of users and communities, and others used to filter out potential abusers. Moocher.io can be defined as a Look up as a Service for developers and product companies that want to know in realtime if their existing or potential users have been classified as 'abusers' by one or more of these lists.
Many domain name providers offer APIs that allow developers to perform actions such as registering a new domain name, domain renewal, domain availability API, perform WHOIS lookups, and much more.
Domain checker APIs are server-side software hosted at a domain name registrar or a similar company. The software exposes specific endpoints or methods that developers can use to accomplish the goals of their programs.
Developers write programs that send commands to the API as a request. Requests and responses are often in JSON or XML format. Generally, reference documentation is available that explains the correct format and syntax. When the API receives the request, the server processes the request according to the parameters given. Once the processing is complete, the API returns a result to the program so it knows whether the request succeeded or failed and what action to take next.
Domain name APIs are for developers that want to programmatically integrate their software with domain name registries. Examples include businesses that resell domain names and businesses that provide domain search API or WHOIS lookup tools for their customers.
Domain availability APIs allow developers to integrate directly with domain registrars to perform actions that customers want to do. Many domain name resellers make use of such APIs to provide a better customer experience that they might get elsewhere.
Domain check API providers generally provide free documentation for developers that detail all of the available endpoints or methods that developers can use. The developer provided documentation outlines the correct syntax for each request as well as the format and structure of the response. Some domain checker API providers will also provide sample code or demo projects for developers to get started quickly.
API features typically include:
There are various free domain name APIs available for developers. Each provides different capabilities so knowing your goals is important when selecting a provider. Google and Name.com are two popular free domain name APIs to explore.
All Domain Name APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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