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Whois API is a hosted web service that offers well-parsed WHOIS fields to your application in standard XML & JSON formats per HTTP request. Leave all the hard work to us, since you need not worry about the query limit and limitations set by different domain registrars
We offer well-parsed and organized domain WHOIS data for all domain names, registrars, nations and TLDs from the advent of internet. Our thoroughly crawled current and historical domain data is offered in the form of REST APIs, lookup tools, and downloadable database.
Get the WHOIS records and ownership data of any domain name, such owner name, email address, country, creation, last updated, expiry, location of both registrar and domain in the JSON/XML format.
Traditionally, Whois services were delivered via the NICNAME/WHOIS protocol as outlined by RFC 954 and RFC 3912. This protocol is a basic, text-based TCP protocol registered with in the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) on well-known port 43. The definition for the protocol, RFC 3912, does not specify either data types or data formats. As a result, Whois data differed from service provider to service provider and was far from appropriate for automated consumption. Consequently, ARIN initially supplied increased Whois capabilities in its own ARIN-specific Whois implementation of Whois-RWS.
However, with the creation of Registration Access Data Protocol (RDAP) in 2015 under the direction of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) like ARIN and other registrars were able to give additional advantages over both Whois port 43 and Whois-RWS. ARIN originally supported RDAP queries and answers using the command-line interface and API. As of 2019, ARIN highly advises adopting Whois/RDAP because of its standardization, support for security, and access to registration information from other RIRs, registrars, and organizations which support RDAP.
Bulk Whois API is a hosted web service that offers well-parsed WHOIS fields to your application in standard XML & JSON formats per HTTP request. There are more than 25 alternatives, including programs for a range of platforms, including Windows, Self-Hosted solutions, Linux and Mac.