Advise service for bulk domain names checking

Started by ACKET, Jul 15, 2022, 02:34 AM

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I want to check several thousand domains to see if they are available, as well as to know about their traffic, number of links, blocklists and basic indexes. To do this, I downloaded Netpeak Checker but now I need anti-captcha or proxy.


Consider using checktrast, where you can run a thousand checks for $5 or choose from other tariff options. I personally use the service to perform basic verification of donors; although it provided more data before, it is still reliable.


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ICANN LOOKUP ( is a tool provided by the database regulator that simplifies WHOIS search. It allows you to view publicly available information related to common top-level domains (.com, .net, .org, .info, .biz, and .name) free of charge. The service displays data received from accredited registrars in real-time, although it should be noted that ICANN sets registration rules only for international domains (gTLDs). Registration rules for national domains (ccTLDs) may be established by the authorities or registrars of the respective countries, so the database may lack data on some national domains like .rf, .kaz, .by, among others. WHOIS records on the ICANN site are easy to interpret and the data is presented in sections. A feedback form is also available to report data inaccuracies.

WHOIS+ ( is another tool that shows the status of the domain, registration dates, DNS server names, administrator data, registrar information, and trademark details. If the administrator is an individual, their information is hidden for compliance with the Law on Personal Data. WHOIS+ check also allows contacting the domain administrator through the feedback form.

WHOIS search is useful when looking for a free domain, checking a website's age, contacting the owner to buy the domain, filing a complaint against a site, collecting statistics about a competitor's resource, identifying a one-day site, or a fraudulent resource. WHOIS services may be centralized or distributed, with different registrars providing their own data on domains. It is therefore advisable to use several services when viewing domain name data.


It sounds like you need assistance with using Netpeak Checker to check the availability, traffic, number of links, blocklists, and basic indexes for several thousand domains. To handle the large number of requests, using an anti-captcha or proxy service can be helpful. These services can automate solving captchas or provide proxy servers to ensure smooth and uninterrupted checking.

For anti-captcha services, popular options include AntiCaptcha, 2Captcha, and DeathByCaptcha. These services integrate with various tools and can automatically solve captchas for you.

Regarding proxies, there are numerous providers available, such as Luminati, Smartproxy, and ProxyRack. These services allow you to route your requests through different IP addresses, helping you avoid blocking or bans while checking multiple domains.

1. Anti-Captcha Services:
  - AntiCaptcha: Offers API integration for automated captcha solving.
  - 2Captcha: Provides an API that allows you to solve captchas using their network of human workers.
  - DeathByCaptcha: Offers CAPTCHA solving services with multiple programming language support.

2. Proxy Services:
  - Luminati: Provides residential, mobile, and datacenter proxies for web scraping and other automation needs.
  - Smartproxy: Offers a large pool of residential proxies that rotate IP addresses to prevent blocking.
  - ProxyRack: Provides a variety of proxy options, including shared and dedicated proxies for various use cases.

When integrating these services into Netpeak Checker, they usually offer documentation or tutorials on how to set up the integration. If you encounter any difficulties or have specific requirements, reaching out to their support teams is always a good idea. They can provide you with tailored assistance to ensure a smooth experience.

If you're looking for a service specifically designed for bulk domain name checking, I recommend using a domain availability API or a bulk domain checker tool. Here are a few options:

1. Domainr API: The Domainr API allows you to check the availability of multiple domain names in bulk. It provides an easy-to-use interface and returns detailed information about the domain status.

2. Bulk Domain Search: This online tool lets you enter a list of domain names and quickly checks their availability. It also provides additional information like domain extensions, registration status, and pricing.

3. WhoisXMLAPI: WhoisXMLAPI offers a robust domain availability API that allows you to check the availability of multiple domains at once. It provides comprehensive results, including WHOIS data, registrar information, and domain status.

4. DomainsBot: DomainsBot is a domain suggestion and availability tool that offers bulk searching capabilities. You can input multiple domain names and check their availability simultaneously, along with other useful features.

Here are a few more services that you can consider for bulk domain name checking:

1. DomainTools: DomainTools offers a variety of tools, including Bulk Whois Lookup and Bulk Availability Checker, which allow you to check the availability of multiple domain names at once.

2. Bulk Search: provides a bulk search feature where you can enter a list of domain names to check for availability. It also offers additional features like name suggestions and advanced search options.

3. GoDaddy Bulk Domain Search: GoDaddy's bulk domain search tool enables you to check the availability of up to 500 domain names at a time. It provides quick results and additional domain-related information.

4. DNSimple: DNSimple offers a bulk domain checker API that allows you to query the availability of multiple domain names programmatically. It provides simple and easy-to-use endpoints for checking domain availability in bulk.

5. Domainracer Bulk Domain Search: Domainracer is another service that offers a bulk domain search feature. You can enter a list of domain names to check their availability and also explore other domain-related information.