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HELP: Find All Domains from WHOIS Info (+13 Rep)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CoyoteAssassin, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    Which website can I use to find all of the domains someone has registered based on their organization name, email, address, phone, or any other data?

    I did a Google search for the lines listed above but not all are showing. The first link below shows me how many exists so I know I am missing a lot.

    This site provides it but costs a lot.
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    http://reversewhois.domaintools.com/microsoft
    This site provides it for free but the data is very old.
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    http://www.webboar.com/whois-name/microsoft
    Microsoft is a sample site

    +13 Rep for the person that provides the working solution.

    Thanks

    -CA
     
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  2. twistedtrick

    twistedtrick Power Member

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    I use sameid.net for this type of thing usually...although I haven't ever used the "by e-mail" feature. Normally just by Adsense ID and Amazon ID.
     
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  3. YoungCeaser

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    If you got basic linux skills https://code.google.com/p/theharvester/ and some bash. This tool is extremely powerful in the right hands. Take a look at YT tuts to get the idea of reverse dns bruteforcing and how you can grep patterns for the specific info you need.
     
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    MachineLord Supreme Member

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    Seriously
     
  5. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    Yes - you got a problem with it?

    We know that someone has the answer or that someone will want the +rep and help find a working solution.
     
  6. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    @twisted - I was hoping that would work but it does not allow me to search by owners contact information. Pulling all domains from the IP will not be a good idea.

    @young - I have no Linux skills. Good info though.
     
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    go to godaddy.com
     
  8. satyr85

    satyr85 Power Member

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    Nevermind. You already metioned this website in your first post.
     
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    http://www.premiumdrops.com/zones.html

    or look on Verizon and sign the contract for TLD zone files with them and download from their FTP. Verizon is the .com maintainer. Then you buy a zone parser or analyzer and parse the data. There is no simple solution. All require some skills to parse the data.

    Hope it helps.
     
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    originalposter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    How much does a zone parser or analyzer cost? It is something affordable or is this something for enterprise/serious business? Thanks.
     
  11. CoyoteAssassin

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    I already have this. But it does not contain WHOIS data or allows me to sort based on owner contact info.

    Also, I didn't mention it but Microsoft is just an example domain

    @loverboy - Go to GoDaddy and do what? I'm not looking for details for a single domain. I'm looking for a list of domains owned by one person/company.
     
  12. saber210

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    I see that you already use the domaintools.

    I stumble this problem long time ago, what I did is sign up on their 7 days free program for $0.01. Then cancel it after I already gathered all of the whois data that I need.
     
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  13. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    Great suggestion. Does it allow you to look up all of the domains registered with a particular email address? I see that I can do this and pay $199 for a report. Not sure why this would allow this with a free trial.
     
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    This site is the best and most comprehensive, http://www.whoisxmlapi.com/reverse-whois.php which will let you run some Rev lookups by either name, email, phone number data but it costs money;you're looking for free service ?

    You can also run some advanced queries with Google like:
    "info@email.com" inurl:whois
    "phone number" inurl:whois
    "domain owner name" inurl:whois

    OR,

    "info@email.com" site:domaintools.com
    "phone number" site:domaintools.com
    "domain owner name" site:domaintools.com

    OR,

    You can use this service:
    http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/web-sites-on-web-server/
    to run free Reverse Domain/IP lookups to find all websites hosted on same serve & IP of the main website you check.
     
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  15. Frank Lucas

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    I would like to find all the who is data for people that kill for sport!!! I have an acquaintance through business, SOB created a monoploy on Google to compensate for his bad looks and his relationship only functions because he is wealthy.. Through the art of putting people out of business. He is in the insurance industry and not in the health, life, property, or vehicle aspect of the insurance industry!
    -Razi
     
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  16. CoyoteAssassin

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    Your words have many shaking in their camo-boots! And what would you do with that list? Meditate over it while sipping on your goat milk while in the basement of your parents house as they tell you that its time for you to pack your bags and move out and stop being a child and become a man?

    Poor sap - wondering around in the world with a chip on his shoulder... wondering why the rich don't pay more taxes and what he can do to make liberalism a more infectious disease.
     
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  17. CoyoteAssassin

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    This is great. It's not free but it is much cheaper than Domain Tools. Thanks a bunch. +13 Rep given.
     
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    Do you know what assuming stands for? You are an intellectual so you should know. I could be a CEO. Now to answer your first question I would send an email, stating how pathetic you all are for killing something innocent, that has no fair chance and for what? To make yourself feel good, that you took a life at your discretion, that you made something bleed.

    Your all sick.
     
  19. CoyoteAssassin

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    I'm not sure if I should say Thank You or laugh. I've never thought of myself an an intellectual - just someone with common sense (something that isn't so common).

    My guess is that you haven't spent much time in the country were coyotes attack innocent animals and "made something bleed". Is it unfair to the rabbit that "has no fair chance"? Maybe we should arm the rabbits so that nature and life will be "fair".

    Grow up and start acting like an adult and not like a weak like city boy.
     
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