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Re: Detecting parked domains

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Thu Aug 03 01:58:37 2006
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On 8/3/06, Jim Popovitch <[email protected]> wrote:
Don't parked domains exist on a registrar owned IP?  I would think a
list could be built from spending some time contacting each registrar
( ;-)

Not always. You will find several registrars that run a value added "domain hosting + email" service - netsol,, tucows etc all do that.

That is - lots and lots of small personal domains, in active use, not
parked or squatted upon