DNS.link : Free DNS tracker scans 300 million domains daily!

DNS.link is a new free service that tracks the status of more than 300 million domain names daily.

By tracking changes to tens of thousands of DNS servers, it tracks and reports – free of charge – a whole lot of associated information.

The service is 100% free with no membership requirements, covering gTLDs and nTLDs as well – not just .com/.net/.org domains.

Data is updated throughout the day, as the zone files are made available by the domain Registries.

Here is the full press release that we were sent by Intelium, operators of DNS.link:

Intelium Corp. Releases Free DNS and Host Monitoring Service

Chicago, Illinois: June 2, 2017 – Intelium Corp., a leading provider of domain name industry solutions and analytics, is announcing the launch of DNS.LINK, a service that tracks DNS and hosting activity for over 300 million domains.  The service will provide the industry with full coverage of DNS activity by offering both gTLD and nTLD data not provided by competing services.

The service is free and does not require a membership. Intelium Corp. believes that by offering this resource, it will add an additional level of transparency that will help advance the evolution of the domain name industry.

Discover Changes with Analytical Precision

–    Discover the Most Active Name Servers:  Track new domains, deletions and transfers by leveraging the wealth of Intelium’s data and tools.

–    Track Competitors and Industry Operators:  Discover vital daily trends that can help shed insight into competitors and allies alike.

–    Dig Deeper with TLD specific data:   Observe and measure daily TLD activity by drilling down to the extension specific data.

The new service is launching today.  Please visit http://dns.link for more details.

For questions regarding this press release, please contact Ivan Rasskazov at ivan@intelium.com.

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3 Responses to “DNS.link : Free DNS tracker scans 300 million domains daily!”
  1. Hosting Jobs says:

    Schilling must be happy about this.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Hosting Jobs – So should you be, it’s a great free tool to track DNS changes.

  3. Francois says:

    “Observe and measure daily TLD activity by drilling down to the extension specific data.”

    How do you see that?

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