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Domain Checker

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Scrog, Jun 30, 2009.

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  1. Scrog

    Scrog Registered Member

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    Just made a real basic destop tool for anyone who would like it - Domain Checker.

    All it does really is if you type in the name of the domain you want to check the availability of, choose the extension (for now just the main extensions I will add more if people want me to), and click check.

    It will tell you if the domain is available to buy or not. That's all.

    Like I said, nothing special but it can be handy for those who get sick of going on the net and finding out bla bla.

    Enjoy !

    Thanks and rep if you like it please :)

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    Download:

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    h**p://freestuffeasy.info/Domain%20Checker.zip
    Media Fire Download:

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    h**p://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=296ea505befee844e7ba8e3c6e11ce200315ba332248351e5be6ba49b5870170
    Virus Total Report:

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    http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/6dc70845174095f2a347a03a16c9a560614a7eb1ef55f1fc6799e15a49934afb-1246353098
     
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  2. Scrog

    Scrog Registered Member

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    Doesn't interest anyone?
     
  3. tyler3

    tyler3 Registered Member

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    this would be awesome if it worked in bulk (ie user inputs 5000 domains and it goes and checks them all out and spits out avail / not available report)

    I'm running it in XP, allowed it inet access through my firewall..but it just freezes up when i type in a domain name. thoughts?

    anywho, thx for the share.
     
  4. turnhardtoeasy

    turnhardtoeasy Junior Member

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    i agree...
    checking one domain name can be done on whois or nywhere
    so if you could just edit it a bit and allow it to check 10000+ domain names then that might help...
     
  5. godmonkee

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    I can't seem to get it to work, it just sits there.
     
  6. Scrog

    Scrog Registered Member

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    This is a good idea, I'll do this today. If it doesn't work I dunno why...