A simple single-page RDAP client running entirely in your browser.
The Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) is the successor to WHOIS. Like WHOIS, RDAP provides access to information about Internet resources (domain names, autonomous systems, and IP addresses). Unlike WHOIS, RDAP provides:
RDAP.org aims to support users and developers of RDAP clients by providing a "bootstrap server", i.e. single end point for RDAP queries. RDAP.org aggregates information about all known RDAP servers. RDAP clients can send RDAP queries to RDAP.org, which will then redirect requests to the appropriate RDAP service.
If you are developing an RDAP client, configure it to send HTTP requests to https://rdap.org/<type>/<object>, where <type> is the object type (one of domain, ip, autnum etc) and <object> is the object identifier (eg example.com, 192.168.0.1, 64496, etc).
RDAP.org will return a 429 response if you send more than 3,000 requests in a rolling 300-second (5 minute) window. So you need to stay below 10 queries per second to avoid this limit.
If you are interested in doing high-volume data mining of registration data, please (a) don’t, but if you must, (b) consume the IANA registries directly. Net::RDAP::Registry, which is part of Net::RDAP, provides a simple interface to these registries.
If you use RDAP.org to perform RDAP queries, your queries will be logged, alongside your IP address. These logs are not disclosed to anyone and are deleted within a few days. RDAP.org will not set any cookies in your browser.
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RDAP.org is maintained by Gavin Brown.
You can review the code which RDAP.org uses on GitHub.