Whois Data Access Qualified Service (SQUAW)
Receive a daily alert with a list of the domain names registered under the .fr TLD.
- The Qualified Whois Data Access Service (SQUAW) is designed for use by companies
- The list consists of the domain names, the corresponding registrars and the names of the holders that have registered the domain names (with the exception of individuals who opt for access to that information to be restricted).
The Qualified Whois Data Access Service (SQUAW) provides a daily copy from the whole Whois database maintained by AFNIC. The list consists of all the domain names registered under the .fr TLD, the corresponding registrars and the names of the holders that have registered the domain names. The anonymity of the individuals holding the domain names is respected. The service can be used, for example, by companies wishing to protect their rights on the Internet, or by registrars offering automated alert services about the fraudulent use of domain names (cybersquatting, spamming etc.), or by companies wishing to carry out market research on domain names.
A service available only on desk review
SQUAW is only available to legal entities which can prove they have been in existence for more than three years and have a registered office in France or in the territory of another Member State of the European Union. Access to the service is subject to a desk review including a presentation of the company, the financial statements for the last 3 years, and a precise description of the purposes for which the data provided by AFNIC will be used. The application file is reviewed by the AFNIC Licensing Committee. Subject to approval, the license is granted access for one year and a fee of 10,000 euros. In order to ensure the data are properly used in accordance with the purposes of the license and established usage rules, AFNIC may proceed at any time to carry out random checks of their use by the licensee.
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Subscribers to this service:
- Groupe MICROSOFT
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One of the three specific roles allocated to a DNS server
The purpose of a recursive DNS server is to recursively explore the hierarchy of the DNS servers when the recursive server fails to find the primary DNS server with authority for the domain name being sought.