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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use Net::DNS; use Net::ParseWhois; die "Usage: DOMAIN(S)\n" unless @ARGV; while (@ARGV) { my $domain = shift; my $soa_domain; FIND_SOA: { my $res = new Net::DNS::Resolver; my $q = $res->send($domain, "SOA"); for my $sec (qw(answer authority)) { my $meth = $q->can($sec) or next; for my $rec ($meth->($q)) { next unless $rec->isa('Net::DNS::RR::SOA'); $soa_domain = $rec->name; last FIND_SOA if $soa_domain; } } } #die "Couldn't find SOA for $domain\n" unless defined $soa_domain; $soa_domain ||= $domain; my $whois = new Net::ParseWhois::Domain($soa_domain); warn "Couldn't connect to Whois server$/", next unless $whois; warn "No Whois match for $soa_domain$/", next unless $whois->ok; # print out whois match print "Whois Server: ", $whois->whois_server, $/; print $/; print "Registrar: ", $whois->registrar, $/; print "Domain: ", $whois->domain, $/; print "Name: ", $whois->name, $/; print "Tag: ", $whois->tag, $/; print $/; print "Address:", $/; print "\t", $_, $/ for $whois->address; print $/; print "Country: ", $whois->country, $/; print $/; print "Name Servers:", $/; printf "\t%s (%s)$/", @$_ for @{$whois->servers}; print $/; if (my $c = $whois->contacts) { print "Contacts:", $/; for my $t (sort keys %$c) { print " " x 4, $t, ":", $/; print "\t", $_, $/ for @{$c->{$t}}; } print $/; } print "Record created: ", $whois->record_created, $/; print "Record updated: ", $whois->record_updated, $/; print "Record expires: ", $whois->record_expires, $/; print "=" x 76, $/ if @ARGV; }

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