Quick Q&A about the credits system

October 31, 2017

What are credits? – Credits are your way of paying for downloading domain reports from DomainEye.com. Credits are used for all our different domain search tools. How do I get credits? – One way of getting credits is to purchase a paid subscription plan, which entitle you to a certain amount of monthly credits. You can also simply purchase … Continue reading Quick Q&A about the credits system



Updated DNS and Whois snapshot, new subscriptions and PayPal payments

September 19, 2017

Updates all around!! Each month we’re trying to optimize the DomainEye experience and offer you something new or improved. Here’s this month’s report: 1. Updated DNS and Whois snapshot We’re trying to keep our database as fresh as possible so if you want the latest information about the 750+ million domains in our database, now … Continue reading Updated DNS and Whois snapshot, new subscriptions and PayPal payments



DNS Database Update

April 20, 2017

DomainEye always strives to improve, so we’re proud to let you know that our database has now reached 701 mln expired and existing domains! The total number of registered domains is 273 mln while the number of domains with DNS or Whois data is at 288 mln. Aiming at collecting as much domain data as … Continue reading DNS Database Update



DomainEye Joins Forces with ApiHawk in an Apic Partnership!

April 4, 2017

… The month of March looks epic so far! DomainEye is happy to announce its new partnership with ApiHawk, a leading software solutions company with excellent prospects. ApiHawk develops software products and solutions aimed at streamlining business processes and achieving more efficient management of hosting companies, datacenters, etc. Maintaining high standards of quality and customer … Continue reading DomainEye Joins Forces with ApiHawk in an Apic Partnership!



Historical Whois Lookups will be Here Soon!

March 14, 2017

We’re constantly striving to provide you with more research and investigation tools. Our latest development is a historical Whois lookup that allows you to track domain ownership to identify when domains changed hands over time and who did it. Identifying ownership is as important as ever in investigating cyberattackers committing online fraud, phishing, brand infringement, … Continue reading Historical Whois Lookups will be Here Soon!



The DNS Database Update is Here!

February 10, 2017

DomainEye always aims to provide better services so we’re happy to announce that our domain database has expanded to cover 692+ mln expired and existing domains! There’s more! The DNS data of 266 mln active domains has been updated and the good news is that you can now search them all via our lookups including … Continue reading The DNS Database Update is Here!