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revised What is the public whois server for .IN.NET domain names?
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revised What is the public whois server for .IN.NET domain names?
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answered What is the public whois server for .IN.NET domain names?
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revised Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
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Jun
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comment For the .com TLD, is there any known change tracking for WhoIs information?
This kind of scenario is one of the reasons why I built GWhois.org . People should be able to perform a whois lookup without having to worry about the information being saved or later being held for ransom. For example, who.is charges you $29.99 to remove your information! (Which is why if you are not sure what your domain is showing on the whois data you should NOT use who.is to check) You can learn more about GWhois.org here: blog.gwhois.org/updates/security-and-protecting-your-privacy
Jun
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comment WHOIS command not returning useful information?
Currently, the authoritative whois server for .COM domain names is whois.verisign-grs.com. So the command should be updated to: whois -h whois.verisign-grs.com "domain google.com"
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answered Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
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accepted Verify that a name server is registered at a TLD registry
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comment Verify that a name server is registered at a TLD registry
I have contacted VeriSign for input, and it turns out that VeriSign's WHOIS lookup for name servers is proprietary. The second part of your answer is correct.
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