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Intelligent WHOIS client
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mkpasswd.c mkpasswd: exit if crypt_gensalt on Solaris fails
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ripe-mail Imported Debian version 4.6.3
servers_charset_list Add the .xn--d1alf and .xn--node TLD servers
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utils.h Imported Debian version 4.7.35
whois.1 Fix a typo in whois(1)
whois.c Support hiding multiple disclaimers blocks
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whois.conf.5 whois.conf(5): add an example about AS numbers
whois.h Update IDSTRING to 5.2


In 1999 I wrote this Whois client from scratch because the alternatives
were obsolete or bloated.

This client is intelligent and can automatically select the appropriate
whois server for most queries.

The internal database is often more accurate than IANA's published one,
but please send me any information you have regarding domains and network
resources which are not correctly handled by the program.

Because of historical reasons this package also contains the mkpasswd
program, which can be used to encrypt a password with crypt(3).

The canonical distribution point for releases of the program is .

Useful information sources:

Marco d'Itri <>

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