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How can I add a filter to my grep script to NOT include a string?

I'm working on a script that will separate the Registrar information from a domains whois. So far it's working enough but there are a few things that I want to remove in order for it to be a bit ...
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Website is active but domain name not showing on WhoIs lookup from Linux command-line

I am trying to lookup the WhoIs entry for the following domain: anorien.csc.warwick.ac.uk However, while typing the URL directly into the browser displays a web-page, when I type: whois anorien.csc....
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How to set torify + whois work correctly?

i'm using manjaro. I'm trying to use: torify whois, torsocks whois, proxychais whois. I tried to do that with sudo command, and all this command give me back the same output: [Feb 23 21:15:57] PERROR ...
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how to block ip addresses using the whois command

I am trying to block public ip addresses/ranges of specific organizations in my firewall. To accomplish the purpose, I need to find out the actual list of netblocks/IP addresses they own. For ...
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whois info missing expiration date [closed]

I own a domain and I renew my domain annually (my registrar sends me an email with invoice every year). I have noticed, that the whois information for my domain does not show the expiration date. The ...
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How do I only get whois data for an exact domain?

When I query a whois server with something like google.com, I get a whole slew of unrelated results, including things like GOOGLE.COM.SPAMMING.IS.UNETHICAL.PLEASE.STOP.THEM.HUAXUEERBAN.COM. Here I'm ...
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How does Debian select or prioritize IPv4 and IPv6 connections?

I'm going to explain my question with an example. I have two servers, A and B, both runs Debian 7.8, both have dual-stack connection to the Internet (I don't know if it matters but they even have the ...
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How do I add text to an output file?

I have a script for doing whois lookups: #!/bin/bash for domain in `cat /Users/jason/Desktop/letters.txt `; do echo $domain >> /Users/jason/Desktop/whois-results.txt whois $domain | grep "...
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Why would whois take up 100% of the CPU?

Running top on my CentOS web server shows an instance of whois running from 99-100% of one of the CPUs. I've not knowingly used whois on this server before, would it be safe just to kill this process?...
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Is whois command safe for privacy?

I remember in the past that companies such as Network Solutions will steal your searched domain name when you perform a domain search at their website. I want to know, is the built-in command whois ...
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WHOIS over SSH via specific port

Is it possible to issue WHOIS requests via my local machine over a port other than 43 to a remote box to execute? Ideally, I'm using Jsch and I'd like to be able to round-robin these requests. I've ...
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How to query RIPE database on the command line?

Using the stock whois (on Fedora) I can easily get information for an IP adress: $ whois SOME_IP % This is the RIPE Database query service. % The objects are in RPSL format. % % The RIPE Database is ...
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Control source address for whois queries

is it possible to execute the command "whois" and choose the outgoing ip for the query? I have mounted several IP's on my network interface "/etc/network/interfaces" for ssl porpuses, but would be ...
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Add in `whois` servers

Does anyone know how to configure the whois command to add in whois servers for the whois command? FYI: it's not whois, the one that's on OSX. Would have posted in Apple version but figured I'd get ...