Features

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Email Alerts

Stay informed with daily email alerts from our domain monitoring service. Receive instant notifications for changes in domain registration, ensuring you're always in control and aware of any modifications.

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WHOIS Field Exclusion

Tailor your domain monitoring experience by excluding specific WHOIS fields for tracking. Streamline your focus on crucial details, such as domain status and registration updates, to receive the most relevant information.

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View Historical Results

Review historical monitored results to gain insights into the evolution of your online assets and facilitate compliance or audit requirements.

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Edit Monitors

Tailor settings to your specific needs by excluding unnecessary WHOIS fields. Stay in control of your domain monitoring, ensuring it aligns seamlessly with your evolving requirements.

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Supported TLDs

Track domains across a vast array of top-level domains, encompassing both global top-level domains and country code top-level domains. For more details, visit supported TLDs page.

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Frequency

Ensure continuous oversight of the domains added to our domain monitoring tool, with daily monitoring that delivers timely alerts in the event of any modifications to the WHOIS records.

Common Use Cases

Unauthorized Modification Detection

Monitor WHOIS records of identified domains to swiftly detect and respond to unauthorized changes, enhancing the security of your owned and managed domains.

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Monitor Domain Availability

Stay informed about domains you wish to register once they become available. Receive alerts when a domain is dropped, expired, or in pending delete status.


FAQs

What is domain Monitoring?

Domain monitoring is a service or tool that keeps track of specific domain names, providing real-time alerts and insights into their domain status and changes. This process typically involves observing the WHOIS records associated with a domain, which contain details about the domain's ownership, registration, and contact information. By continuously monitoring these records, domain monitoring services help users stay informed about crucial events such as domain expirations, ownership changes, or unauthorized modifications. This proactive approach is essential for businesses, organizations, and individuals looking to safeguard their online assets, prevent cyber threats, and maintain the security and integrity of their digital presence.

What types of changes to a domain's WHOIS record can be monitored?

The domain monitoring service is equipped to track every modification or update within the WHOIS record, spanning registrant contact details, administrative and technical contact details, domain status updates, name server changes, and even occurrences of deletion and re-registration—unless explicitly excluded by the user.

How are alerts delivered and how frequently?

Alerts are sent through email, and you will be notified whenever the domain monitoring tool detects any modifications or updates in the WHOIS record. The monitoring tool actively checks domains on a daily basis, ensuring timely alerts to keep you informed about any changes to your monitored domains.

Can I monitor multiple domains simultaneously?

Yes, our domain monitoring service allows you to simultaneously monitor multiple domains, providing you with comprehensive oversight and alerts for each domain.

Is there support for monitoring international TLDs?

Absolutely, the domain monitoring tool supports all international or global top-level domains (gTLDs). Visit our Supported TLDs page for additional details.

Is there support for monitoring national ccTLDs?

Certainly, domain monitoring extends support to national or country code top-level domains (ccTLDs). Explore our Supported TLDs page for additional information.

Is there support for monitoring second level domains SLDs?

Yes, our domain monitoring service offers support for monitoring second-level domains (SLDs). Visit our Supported TLDs page for more details.