Domain name Interception

Started by amansharma1, Jan 22, 2023, 03:49 AM

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Is there still a practice of intercepting clean water by bombarding requests to multiple registrars? Is this approach still effective, or have the auctions for "vacating domains" already closed down this operation?


Registrars have been providing the service of allowing clients to pre-order similar domains for a while now. However, if a domain is not in high demand, it can easily be obtained by submitting applications to registrars every 1-3 minutes. This means that collecting unwanted domains (or "slag") is a possibility. It should be noted that the API may improve this process slightly, but it requires a financial investment at each registrar.

When it comes to securing a desired domain name, it can be a challenging and competitive process. However, with some patience and persistence, it is possible to obtain the desired domain name. Additionally, it's important to keep in mind the financial investment needed to increase your chances of obtaining a domain name through the use of APIs and repeated application submissions.

Emily Evans

It's important to note that if you attempt to bombard a registrar with requests, you will not be successful due to rate-limiting measures. In fact, registrars are actively combating such behavior.

Here's some free advice: try reaching out to the current owner of the desired domain even before it is released and see if they would be willing to transfer the rights to you if they no longer need it. Trying to bombard the registrar with requests is a futile effort and has been personally tested.

Obtaining a desired domain name can be a difficult and competitive process, especially if you attempt to flood registrars with requests. It's better to take a more strategic approach, such as contacting the current owner of the domain before it becomes available. This method has proven to be more effective than attempting to bombard registrars with requests, which they are actively trying to prevent.


When it comes to intercepting domains, the selection process is important. A list of potential domains can be selected from registrars or through a service like, which has more indicators and makes searching for domains faster and more efficient.

There are a couple of methods for intercepting domains. The first involves manually placing bids through one or more registrars, either through a personal account or by using a list of registrars that allow such bids. Professional "interceptors" may place multiple bets at once from different registrars in order to increase their chances of securing a domain.

Automated services can also be used to intercept domains through several registrars at once. There are a few options available on the market, such as the paid Windows program Whic Pro and other simple scripts.