Domain data for data journalism
Real-time domain intelligence for journalists and OSINTers.
Structured database with
more than 1.4 B domains
Over 80 billion
of all gTLDs and ccTLD
Verify data sources
Regular WHOIS domain and website searches can give data journalists the upper hand. New web domain name registrations might highlight fake or unqualified data sources or fraudsters. This can be useful in the data validation process.
Follow the traces left by digital wrongdoers
Scam networks are often hosted on the same IP. Using Reverse IP or name server lookup you can identify other sites on the same shared hosting server uncovering connections and following traces.
Uncover hidden connections between individuals and organizations
Structured domain name data can be used to uncover hidden connections between individuals and organizations. This can be helpful for investigating potential conflicts of interest, tracking the spread of misinformation, or identifying the source of a cyberattack.
Identify trending topics and emerging issues
By analyzing domain data for data journalism purposes, researchers can identify emerging topics and issues that may not yet be covered by mainstream media. This can help them to break new stories and stay ahead of the curve.