DNS Database Download gives you access to market-leading repositories of passive DNS (pDNS), also known as historical DNS data, with the highest number of unique fully qualified domain names (FQDNs).
We offer the data through our Premium and Standard databases, each with coverage tiers, update frequencies, and DNS record types.
Gain a 360-degree view of the DNS by accessing intelligence for millions of domain names and their IP resolutions and other DNS records.
We offer different files for each DNS record type, making data processing and integration easier. All files are downloadable in CSV format.
Get full DNS data access and daily, weekly, or monthly DNS record updates to stay on top of the most recent DNS events in line with your business needs.
Access our full premium DNS database with the most extensive DNS coverage, supplemented by daily files to track DNS record changes.
Access our full standard DNS database updated weekly with standard DNS coverage, supplemented by daily files to track DNS record changes.
Maps a domain name to an IPv4 address.
Designates the mail server where emails should be sent.
Points to the authoritative server for the given domain name.
Contains information about a domain in text format.
Maps a domain name to a canonical name.
Contains data for a given domain or DNS zone.
Maps a name to an IPv6 address.
Maps an IP address to a domain name.
Stay one step ahead by analyzing passive DNS data to detect and mitigate potential threats, such as new and existing malware variants and threat patterns.
Don’t lose sight of threat actors and their tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) on the Internet. Intensify threat actor monitoring by tracking their historical DNS footprints and exposing malicious connections and infrastructures.
Reduce cyber blind spots by feeding security applications with the most extensive and complete passive DNS data, allowing users to leverage otherwise hidden and untapped intelligence.
Widen asset discovery and vulnerability management—find suspicious and malicious DNS patterns and connections by analyzing historical DNS data and verifying that you or your clients are not vulnerable.