Features

  • Supported TLDs

    Discover WHOIS records and DNS details of thousands of recently registered domains that cover more than TLDs. Visit our Supported TLDs page.

  • Up-to-Date

    We provide our clients with daily access to recently purchased domain names. We monitor the internet and identify thousands of new domains that have been recently registered. We obtain newly registered gTLDs directly from the zone files issues by gTLD registries. This approach ensures that the majority of gTLDs in our dataset of newly registered domains are available within just one day of their initial registration. In the case of ccTLDs, where there is no official source for accessing zone-files, we employ a range of algorithms and crawlers to retrieve the recently registered domains as soon as possible.

  • 3 Days Historical Data Access upon subscription

    We provide our subscribers historical data dating back three days when their subscription is activated. Regular subscribers can access two months back recently registered domains data. You can Contact us for additional newly registered historical domain data files access.

  • Consistent and Compressed Data

    Our WHOIS data is meticulously parsed and normalized into a consistent CSV format. Key Whois information, including registration date, expiration date, creation date, registrant details, and registrar details, is readily accessible. Plus, for enhanced performance and reduced data transfer costs, our CSV files are gzip compressed, ensuring you get the data you need quickly and economically.

    On the other hand, DNS data is parsed into a JSON file. Key DNS records, including aaaa, ns, mx, a, txt, spf, cname and soa records are accessible in that JSON file. Plus, for enhanced performance and reduced data transfer costs, our JSON files are gzip compressed, ensuring you get the data you need quickly and economically.

  • File Availability
    Our dedicated crawlers tirelessly crawl the vast expanse of the internet, gathering information on expired and dropped domains and their accompanying WHOIS files. These files will be available to you at the following times:
    1. All ccTLD (Country Code Top-Level Domain) files are made available for download at 23:55 UTC, and they contain data from the current day.
    2. Similarly, all gTLD (Generic Top-Level Domain) files for a given day are made available for download at 13:30 UTC, and they also contain data from the current day.
    3. DNS (Domain Name System) files are available for download at 02:00 UTC; however, they contain data from the previous day, not the current day.
  • Multiple Access Options

    Your data, your choice. We offer flexible ways to access newly registered domains data seamlessly:

    • API Access: Recently registered domains data can be accessed through API. Checkout our Newly Registered Domains API Documentation.
    • Billing Dashboard: Easily access and download newly registered domains whois data directly from billing dashboard.
    Whether you prefer automated, API-driven access or prefer the user-friendly interface of the billing dashboard, we've got you covered for a hassle-free experience.

  • Supported Response Formats

    Following Response Formats are Supported in case of Whois and Without whois APIs:

    • CSV Format: Newly Registered Domains Whois and only Newly Registered Domains can be accessed in CSV format.
    • JSON Format: Newly registered domains only can be accessed in JSON format, and the API provides filtration capabilities based on top-level domains (TLDs).

    In case of DNS, we provide a file that is in following format:

    • JSON Format: A file is downloaded that is in JSON format.

  • Best Market Prices

    We provide best market rates based on the data accuracy. Check out our Newly Registered Domainer Plans.

Newly Registered Domains Stats

General Newly Registered Domains Count

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(Download today's free 10k country-code List of Newly Registered Domains)
Date Newly Registered gTLDs Newly Registered ccTLDs Total

Specific Newly Registered Domains Count

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FAQs

What Are Newly Registered Domains?

Newly registered domains are domain names that are just registered, are brand new or re-registered after being dropped/deleted. By our broad and upto-date database you can get the list of recently registered domains and their complete WHOIS information daily.

Where can I find a list of recently registered domains?

You can find the list of recently registered domains by two ways:

  • API Access: Recently registered domains data can be accessed through API. Checkout our Newly Registered Domains API Documentation.
  • Billing Dashboard: Easily access and download newly registered domains whois data directly from billing dashboard.

How can I automatically get the WHOIS information from newly registered domain names?

You can get Whois information for newly registered domain names automatically through our recently registered domains whois API on a daily basis. Checkout recently registered domain Whois API to automate the process.

What is the purpose of a newly registered domain list besides facilitating spam?

The purpose of a newly registered domain list extends far beyond facilitating spam, and it serves various legitimate and valuable purposes. While it's true that spammers can exploit this information, the benefits are not limited to malicious activities. Here are some essential purposes:

  1. Threat Intelligence: Recently Registered domains are significant to security services providers, digital risk protection vendors and threat investigators who could discover new malicious domains used for phishing and malware hosting campaigns. The recently registered domains feed enables security services provider to enrich their cyber security solutions by adding newly released domains data as potential indicators of compromise (IoCs).
  2. Niche Research: Daily Registered Domains allow you to keep track of new domains as they are being registered. They also help you to reveal the existence of a new product or type of service before it is known to the general public.
  3. Brand Protection: Organizations monitor newly registered domains to safeguard their brand reputation. Identifying domains that mimic or infringe on their trademarks allows them to take proactive measures to prevent brand abuse.
  4. Domain Acquisition: Investors and entrepreneurs may be interested in identifying newly registered domains with potential resale or development value. It's an integral part of domain flipping and online business strategies.
  5. SEO and Marketing: SEO professionals and marketers can analyze these lists to identify new websites for potential partnerships, collaborations, or backlink opportunities.
  6. Research and Analysis: Researchers and analysts leverage these lists to study trends, emerging technologies, and market dynamics. It helps in understanding the ever-evolving digital landscape.
While these use cases highlight the importance of Whois data for various purposes, it's essential to balance the need for data access with privacy and data protection concerns. Regulations like GDPR have led to changes in how WHOIS data is accessed and used, emphasizing the importance of responsible and ethical data handling practices.

Is there any ways to get email addresses of newly registered domain names?

Yes, anyone can get complete domain details including email addresses for newly registered domain names through whois protocol. When someone registers a domain name, they provide their contact information to the registrar. This information is then stored in the registrar's WHOIS database. Key information typically found in a WHOIS database entry includes:

  1. Registrar: The organization responsible for registering the domain name on behalf of the owner.
  2. Registrant: The individual or organization that owns the domain name.
  3. Administrative Contact: The designated person for managing administrative matters related to the domain.
  4. Technical Contact: The person responsible for handling technical aspects of the domain, such as DNS settings and server configurations.
  5. Creation and Expiration Dates: The dates when the domain was registered and when it's set to expire.
  6. Name Servers: Information about the servers that handle the DNS records for the domain.
  7. Domain Status: Indicates whether the domain is currently active, suspended, or undergoing any other status changes.
  8. Updated Date: The most recent update to the domain's information.
However, it's crucial to be aware of certain limitations regarding access to personal details, such as email addresses, from domain registration data, especially after the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR has significantly altered how domain registration data is handled, with a strong emphasis on individual privacy and data protection. To address privacy and security concerns, some domain owners opt for privacy protection services offered by registrars. These services replace the owner's personal contact information with generic contact details, enhancing privacy and reducing the risk of unwanted solicitations and identity theft.