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Find list of domain names associated with a person or e-mail?

What services list this information?

10:09 pm on May 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Sorry if this has been asked a time or two (I searched on the forums and couldn't come up with anything solid), but I am wondering...

How can I find a report that shows me a list of domains names that are associate with a particular company, person, or email? I know this is possible using domain tools, but they charge hundreds of dollars per report, which is ridiculous.

Even if a sample report was available, I'd appreciate it.

1:00 am on May 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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What you are asking for can only be achieved completely by brute force collation of data. The best you could do would be to get a list of domain names on the same server and manually check the ownership of each. Google reverse DNS lookup.

1:24 am on May 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Hmmm...I do know how to do reverse IP lookup, but even if you had the time to do that, the domains a person owns may be hosted using different services.

Still wondering how a company like domain tools does it, and if there were similar services available.

Thanks for the reply though Kaled.
1:26 am on May 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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What about anonymous registrations?

what if they host different sites with different hosts?

I think the task has some major roadblocks, unless you have some "inside info" as a registrar, or access to that info.
1:02 pm on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Hi, depending on the reasons for wanting the information, there are a few simple ways to do some locating.
If the email address is not a public throwaway one like hotmail, yahoo, googleetc then the last part of the email is the starting point, ie emailname@domain.com.

You can do a who.is to find out about the domain, if you are getting spam for example and the domain has privacy, you can always lodge complaint to the registrar (shown in whois).

Most domains have privacy on them for very good reasons, but if they are breaking codes of practise you can get to them via the registrar.

If you do know domains name then go to the site to see what you can find there.

hope this helps.

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