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Whois like site without or high query limit?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kojakfull, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. kojakfull

    kojakfull Senior Member

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    Is there a website that allow high volume of request from the same IP?
    Im sure this is possible because scrapebox is already doing it.
    I am using scrapebox whois scraper for 1000 urls without using a proxy.

    Any suggestion is appreciated.

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    Dj Co2 Elite Member

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    whois.hm
     
  3. cthulchu

    cthulchu Newbie

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    you can use standart request through any linux console "whois". Ofcourse, you can do it without any limits on ip-holder's sites, like RIPE net
     
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    kojakfull Senior Member

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    Thanks!

    Can you give me more info on how to do this?

    If possible a whois site that will reveal the owner email address as well.

    Thanks
     
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    there are lots of domains, which have no admin contacts in their whoises. there can be registrators emails instead of owners ones... But each registrator can contact with his client to deliver him your request...
    i cant give you more info because of the rules of this forum. i can't give you a link... anyway, you can open any linux console and read about whois, by putting something like "man whois"
     
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