How to Read Whois Results

There are several ways to read whois results. Using the “-m” flag to ask for more specific results and the “-l” flag to ask for more general results, you can get the information you need. You can also specify query flags to change the default behavior. Here are some examples. In a whois search, you can use the “-m” flag to ask for information about a specific domain name.

To run a whois search on a domain name, you can use the Microsoft whois tool. Go to Start->Run and type “command” or “cmd.” The results will look different, but the key information is the same. After the query, you can examine the results by using a text editor. The key information will be displayed in red text in the file. After viewing the whois results, visit your url you should be able to determine whether it belongs to a domain or not.

The next step is to search for an ASN by putting in the domain name and the AS prefix. The result will display the information for that ASN. Be sure to avoid using wildcards in this search. This will reduce the amount of information that you’ll see. If you have a valid POC, you’ll be able to identify it. ASNs are issued by the ARIN. To find this information, use the ARIN Whois-RWS web interface.