Two archives for the price of one
You will be able to download two file formats:
domains with specified NS records and domains only
Just domains (domains.zip)
This archive contains domains which are sorted by domain zones into separate files and compressed with gzip. This format is good for crawlers, cheсkers etc.
The total number of domains to date is 297,922,337
Domains with NS records (domains_with_ns.zip)
You will need this base if you want to find all the domains that are delegated to a specific NS record!
The file format is as follows: domain.com;NS1;NS2;...
The number of NS domains is 293,161,792
Direct link file download
Easy integration: each customer receives a personal link to download archives without having to visit our website.
Frequently Asked Questions
When do I get access to the domain database after payment is completed?
Upon successful payment, a personal link will be sent to the email address you provide. You will be able to download the full database with daily updates during the period of your paid subscription (within 30 to 365 days).
Do you provide emails, phone numbers and WHOIS information?
Our lists contain domain names only. We don't provide WHOIS/contact information.
In what format are the lists provided?
All lists are provided in gzip compressed text files.
When do you update the domain lists?
The generic top-level domain (gTLD) lists are updated once a day until 06:00 GMT.
Country code top-level domain (ccTLD) lists are updated at least once a month.
How can I view and work with lists?
Almost any text editor is suitable for working with small lists (up to 300 MB). Special software is required if you want to view a list of all domains or a list of .com/.net/.org domains. These lists contain tens of millions of rows and won't work as well if you're using a slow computer. For example, Microsoft Excel can't display more than 1 million rows.
We recommend using such a small but powerful cross-platform log viewer app (glogg) or Large File Editor that is more powerful ( for Windows). We work on Linux and use such good tools : emacs, vim, grep, awk.