Domains

How Do I Search for a Domain?

To search for a domain, simply add domain: to the beginning of your query.

Example:

domain:example.com

RESULT AMOUNT

How Do I Increase/Decrease Amount of Results Displayed?

You can add &size={amount} to the end of request URL to define a page size. The maximum results displayed on a single page for the platform is 50.

Examples:

username:test&size=1
username:test&size=50

WILDCARDS

How Do I Wildcard a Search?

Wildcard by default has been disabled, to wildcard a query simply add &wildcard to the end of your query (only if a field is not defined. if a field such as username: is defined, you should not append &wildcard).

For more control & Wildcard fine-tuning: Wildcard searches can be run on individual terms, using ? to replace a single character, and * to replace zero or more characters

Note: Leading with a wildcard will lead to a timeout/invalid query. You cannot wildcard the first part of a query, only middle/end. E.G. name:*ohn will return an error. However, name:Joh* Will return a proper response.

Examples:

exa?ple&wildcard
username:examp?e
email:examp*&domain:example.com
Note: Regexing/Wildcarding Emails requires that you split the query. I.E. /joh?n(ath[oa]n)/@hotmail.com will not work, however email:/joh?n(ath[oa]n)/&domain:hotmail.com will.

REGEX

How Do I Regex a Search?

Regex has been re-introduced, after constructing your query, add &regex to the end of your query to indicate that it is a regex search (only if a field is not defined. if a field such as username: is defined, you should not append ®ex).

Examples:

name:joh?n(ath[oa]n)&regex
Note: Regexing/Wildcarding Emails requires that you split the query. I.E. joh?n(ath[oa]n)@hotmail.com&regex will not work, however email:joh?n(ath[oa]n)&domain:hotmail.com&regex will.

Note: Trying to use a Regexp without specifying a field is not allowed. You must specify a field.

Note: You no longer need to wrap your query with / we will now automatically do it for you.

ORIGIN MATCHING

How Do I Search a Specific Data Origin?

To search for data from a specific origin, simply add &data= to the end of your query.

Example:

example&data=collections

FIELD MATCHING

How Do I Match Against a Specific Field?

To search a specific field, simply add fieldname: to the beginning of your query.

Examples:

username:example123
email:[email protected]
name:"john smith" (Note: Search terms with spaces (in any field, not just the name: field) must have the search-terms wrapped in "quotation marks").
ip_address:127.0.0.1

and so on.

MIXING OPERATORS

Can I Mix These Operators?

Yes! You can mix and match as many operators as you want. Keep in mind you cannot use wildcards and/or regex operations in the same search.

Examples:

email:[email protected]
username:example
domain:example.com
domain:example.com&data=collections
email:[email protected]&username:test
email:[email protected]&username:test&wildcard
username:test&data=collections&wildcard
email:[email protected]&username:test&data=collections
email:[email protected]&username:test&data=collections&wildcard
username:example&data=collections&wildcard

You can utilize as many field searches & operators as you want in a single search, for example:

username:example&email:[email protected]&name:"john smith"&ip_address:127.0.0.1&data=collections&wildcard

You can also regex those fields:

username:example&email:[email protected]&name:/[A-Za-z]/&ip_address:127.0.0.1&data=collections&regex