Daily Historical Domain Zone Data

We have updated our tool that displays the daily / historical domain data from zone files. You can now view the daily data for previous days starting from December 11 2017 or see the combined data for the last seven days. You can also select between added domains and deleted domains.

You can use the tool to find domains that are probably being registered for phishing or domains that may contain your trademarks.

Please don’t contact us for any domain lists. This is simply an open, free statistical tool to monitor zone deletions & additions, we don’t process this information or provide any additional data other than what is already available at this site.


Addition to the zone file doesn’t always mean that the domain was registered recently. Depending on the registry, domain names are removed from or added to zone for reasons like lack of name servers & status change. Similarly, being present in the deleted list doesn’t mean that the domain is or will be available for registration.

Watch My Domains SED updated, has PHP 7.1 support

We have updated Watch My Domains SED updated to add support for PHP 7.1.

The other changes include

  • Support for DSBL checks. Please see the ip-blacklist-check-sample.php file in lib/php/custom folder for more details. The output will be saved to the notes_d column in the sub-domain table.
  • A new sample login script that may be used to authenticate users using your own custom method. Please see the custom.login-sample.php file in the root folder for more details.
  • A new improved sample SSL expiry report script that will display FQDNs instead of separate domain and subdomain entries in the table. Please see ssl-expiry-report-improved-sample.php in lib/php/custom folder.

Watch My Domains SED v3

Coming Soon: Landing / Parked Page Template Support in Watch My Domains SED

The next update of Watch My Domains SED v3 will include basic support for domain landing or parked pages with custom templates. The options include…

  • Just point all your domains to to a folder called ‘Parked’ in the Watch My Domains installation root and the application will take care of everything else. There is nothing extra to be done.
  • Select templates for individual domains or groups of domains
  • Add any number of custom templates
  • Select the main color theme and background image for the landing or parked page. You can select this for specific domains or for groups of domains
  • Include any custom data from your domain portfolio database fields in the landing page.
  • Insert any custom text and sales blurbs.
  • Configurable contact form
  • Add Google Analytics or any other similar service
a simple parking page from Watch My Domains SED
A simple Parking Page


New Domain Name Research Tools

We have added two new domain name research tools at Domain Punch. These are part of the new premium tools and are free to access while in beta. We may require a registration for access in the future, and some parts may be made available only to our customers.

The Advanced Daily Domain List can be used to check the domains that were added or deleted from the zone files during the last 30 days.

The word search tool is for checking the new domain lists for trademarks and keywords. You can use it to find domains that may be used for phishing, domains that contain your trademarks etc.

Search for keywords in newly added domains


What’s Coming in 2017

Happy New Year!

We have a lot of plans for 2017. Here are some of them…

  • New major version of Watch My Domains for Mac
  • Web and Mac OS X versions of Domain Name Filter Pro
  • A membership site that will provide additional TLD related tools and stats
  • Three new products… details coming soon.
  • and of course regular updates to all our existing products, some will see major version upgrades.

See you soon!

How to Extract Data into Custom Columns in Watch My Domains Server / Cloud Edition

Watch My Domains SED supports unlimited number of custom data columns.  You can also automatically extract data into these columns after a whois lookup.

Global Extraction Tokens

Global extraction tokens are strings present in raw whois text that identify the data you want to extract. You should first identify the extract string tokens that you want to use. You can find more details here.

If the raw whois contains

Registrant Organization: ABCD Inc

and you want to extract ABCD Inc into a custom column called Registrant Org, you will need to create global tokens similar to

Registrant Organization:=>registrant_org

(The database field for Registrant Org will be registrant_org. You can convert column names to field names by making everything lowercase and replacing blank spaces with underscore).

The first line


is always needed to load the default parse table. 

To add global extraction tokens, click the ‘Whois Setup’ button in the sidebar and open the ‘Extraction’ tab. Type in * as the whois server and click ‘Go’.  Then specify the extraction tokens and click ‘Submit Changes’.

Global Extraction Tokens