A DNS lookup using our tools can give you insights on the records associated with the queried domain name. It returns the A record (IP address), mail server (MX records), the nameserver (NS records), SPF (TXT) records, and other Domain Name System (DNS) records.
Our DNS database is one of the most exhaustive in the world. We have tracked more than 2.3 billion domains and subdomains, and so our database contains over 142 million mail exchanger (MX) records and 196+ million NS records. More records are added as we update the database every day. We also cover 99.5% of all IP addresses in use.
We cover 7,298+ top-level domains (TLDs) among which are generic (gTLDs) and country-code (ccTLDs).
You can make 500 DNS lookup calls for free when you sign up. You can get started here.
We have different pricing plans depending on your chosen subscription type. While you can purchase a set number of API credits and use them anytime, you can also sign up for a monthly or yearly subscription at a lower cost per query. Visit our pricing page to see the detailed pricing information.
We strive to be transparent in terms of service delivery. As such, we have an API status page where you can do a real-time check on each of our API products' status and performance, including DNS Lookup API.
Our DNS lookup services are useful for security teams who wish to enrich their network’s protection against threats such as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and spam attacks. Researchers and pen testers can also use DNS Lookup to understand their organization’s online infrastructure, enabling them to identify attack vectors.
Our DNS lookup database is comprehensive, regularly updated, and accessible via different consumption models to suit the needs of various organizations. If you want to integrate DNS Lookup into your systems or products, you can easily do so with our API. We also offer DNS Database Download for teams who want to study and analyze web infrastructure offline.
Yes, check our Domain Name System Primer for an overview and explanation of important concepts and what DNS data entails.