PHP Whois Domain Info: Get domain whois information checking IANA first

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This class can get domain whois information checking IANA first.

It can connect to the whois.iana.org domain server to get the whois server of a top level domain of a given domain.

Then the class can query the returned whois server to get the information about the actual domain.

If the domain is registered it may return its registrar, owner name and trade name, issue date and expiry date.

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Whois is a protocol used to query a server and obtain information about a given domain.

Usually that information is provided by a specific whois server depending on the top level domain of the domain you want to query.

The address of the whois server to query for a given top level domain can be discovered by querying a whois server of the IANA organization.

This class queries first the IANA whois server to determine the address of the right whois server to query for a given domain.

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