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RegistryFusion™ installable Whois software

Discontinued as of 2017-09-18.

These are versions of our Whois API that you can install on your own machines.

HexGadget™ components

Discontinued as of 2017-09-18.

Installers

  • 32-bit component installer (315 KiB)

    MD5:     6d1071a6b0df79c5e80c30c425b553d6
    SHA-1:   0868ce3f2bfbb2f49eca9f275316b039a6c91f45
    SHA-256: db7e12ec4caf4ea654c908bd83a4c53eb4451248951dfd303e629c8425240d49
    

    Installs all five 32-bit COM components (HexDns, HexIcmp, HexLookup, HexTcpQuery, HexValidEmail) plus documentation on Windows 95 or later, even 64-bit versions of Windows. As they are 32-bit native code DLLs, however, you cannot load them into 64-bit processes.

  • 64-bit HexValidEmail and HexDns (195 KiB)

    MD5:     65953579eeb0760d69b6bcb5769c2f2f
    SHA-1:   eebe24b69976976d94eeebb7f514fde3a24d8d8d
    SHA-256: fc004cc145f3a4be4c96b5adcf3003ac0f144dfb88656f9f42d4fcfa3eab66b0
    

    These DLLs can coexist on the same machine with the 32-bit versions. Code written for the 32-bit versions will automatically use the 64-bit versions when run as a 64-bit process.

    You will need to register both DLLs in the ZIP file with regsvr32 with administrator privilege:

    regsvr32 HexDns-x64.dll
    regsvr32 HexValidEmail-x64.dll
    

Getting started

Frequently-Asked Questions

HexValidEmail

HexDns

HexTcpQuery

HexIcmp

HexLookup


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