December 1, 2008 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Cincinnati, Ohio - Code by Kevin has released QuickWho 1.0, a tool that can help users to find out more about who registered a particular Internet domain name. QuickWho provides a handy graphical interface to the Unix "whois" command-line utility, which is used to find out more about who registered a particular Internet domain name.
Are you curious about who owns a particular domain name? Do you want to contact them, or gather more information about them? QuickWho can help you with these tasks. There are many "whois" tools available, from the Unix command-line, from web pages, and even from other Mac applications, but QuickWho's simplicy and elegance make it a good solution for many users.
QuickWho compared to other "whois" tools:
* Simpler than using the command-line. Type, hit return, and view the data
* Faster than using an Internet-based whois tool. No need to load web page into browser
* Pleasant-to-use, Mac-native interface
Pricing and Availability:
QuickWho is shareware. The program costs $19.95 (USD) to register. A free 30-day demo is available. Mac OS X 10.4 is the minimum supported platform for QuickWho. The program is a universal binary, supporting both the Intel and PPC platforms.
Code by Kevin develops software that makes the Mac's Unix foundation easier to use. For more information about our products, visit his website. Copyright 2008 Code by Kevin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.