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DNSCrawler.com™, the spider logo, and the DNSCrawler spider logo with binary data at the bottom are trademarks of DNSCrawler.com™, a Tennessee sole proprietorship company. Their registration is pending, and they are protected in full by the patent and trademark laws of the United States of America and its allies.

DNSCrawler.com™ content, services, HTML, CSS, Javascript and images are copyright-protected property of DNSCrawler.com™ as of July 1, 2008. In addition to this, the DNSCrawler.com™ source code and applications are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Any use of these properties or dissemination of source code without prior, written authorization is prohibited by the laws of the United States of America and its allies, and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We do offer licensing of our services, so if you are interested in offering our services to your customers, look here and ask before doing so.

In addition to the aforementioned trademarks, the following trademarks are the property of DNSCrawler.com™ and also protected by trademark law. Absense of a mark from this list does not imply absense of trademark protection and is not a license to use that mark without our authorization.

Trademark™/®Purpose
Your Source for Everything DNSTMSlogan
DomainValidatorTMDNS tool for validating domain setup
SPFValidatorTMDNS tool for validating SPF setup
DomainKeys ValidatorTMDNS/email tool for validating DomainKeys setup
DomainMonitorTMDNS tool for alerting domain admins of DNS problems
DomainAlertTMAlert sent to domain admin when DNS problem found
IPExaminerTMTool to retrieve geographical & RIR information about an IP

Absense of the trademark symbol (™) or registered trademark symbol (®) from any uses of the aforementioned marks does not imply said trademark protection does not exist. Their association with the trademark symbol on this page alone and their use in our daily commerce is evidence enough that they are protected marks.

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