NameBlock prevents DNS Abuse, and gives your registry access to an untapped source of revenue.
NameBlock helps registries reduce DNS Abuse, gain an additional revenue stream, and helps brands and individuals protect their names online.
NameBlock connects to your backend service provider and then maintains domain block lists as they are created, renewed, or deleted. Blocked domains don't resolve or have a WHOIS entry so there aren't any related fees or other management involved.
NameBlock connects to your backend service provider via API. If an API connection is not available NameBlock will publish a file with all of the currently active blocks so that the backend provider can import them into the system.
Once the connection is established, each registry can choose which pre-defined levels of blocks they would like registrars to offer their customers.
Once a Registry is connected to NameBlock it is time to sit back and relax. Blocking happens automatically as end-users place orders at their preferred Registrar or directly at NameBlock.com. Registries get paid a revenue share of each block that is applied to their zone.
Registries can choose which levels of blocks they want end users to choose from. Some registries may not want to allow fill wildcard blocks, while others may be open to anything! NameBlock is an easily customizable solution that prevents DNS Abuse and has something for everyone!
Blocks domains exactly matching your block label
Utilizes our Variant Generator & String Evaluation Algorithms.
Block domains with anything to the left and right of your block label
NameBlock helps prevent DNS Abuse by using several variant generator and string evaluation algorithms to identify the different variations of the registrant’s block term that are the most likely to be targeted for abusive purposes.
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You need to sign our NDA so that we can walk you through the payments, levels of blocks, integration steps and more. Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to take the next step!
Yes! We have a sandbox environment that will allow you to test and check all of your endpoints. NameBlock will connect to your backend service provider in order to apply and remove the blocks, and there is a portal for registries to manage what levels of blocks they want to offer for their extensions as well as a dashboard to monitor all of the blocks active in your namespace.
First, you’ll need to sign our NDA and our master agreement. Then, a simple API integration from your backend service provider into the NameBlock system enables you to offer blocks in each of your extensions.
Anti-Abuse Blocking, Exact Match Blocking, Wildcard Blocking, Single-TLD, as well as Multi-Block. To learn more about the different block options contact us at email@example.com!
You can choose which packages you want your TLD(s) to be a part of.
We’re happy to send over pricing details - shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
No! Blocked domains do not actually exist in the zone file, so there aren't any ICANN Fees. If an end-user wishes to unblock and use one of the domains that was previously blocked, then all standard ICANN rules and fees apply to only that domain.