List of registered .COM domains

159,408,350 domains in this list

133,147 domains added on last update
List type Updated Domains in list Added in last 24h
.COM zone domain list (standard) June 10, 2023 159,408,350 133,147
.COM zone domain list (detailed) June 10, 2023 159,408,350 133,147

Standard domain list includes the list of domain names (plain text format, one domain name per line).

Detailed domain list comes in .CSV (comma-separated) format download sample

It includes some additional fields:

  1. Domain name
  2. DNS servers (if any)
  3. IP (if any)
  4. Country by IP (if any)
  5. Country by HTML codepage (if any)
  6. Web server type (if any)
  7. Hostname (if any)
  8. Emails (if any)
  9. Alexa traffic rank (if any)
  10. Phone numbers (if any)
  11. Majestic traffic rank (if any)
  12. Discovery date

.com zone details

Total domains in this zone: 159,408,350

Unique IPs: 8,724,626

Active websites: 127,853,129

Total phones: 3,137,741

Total emails: 16,449,823

Last update (UTC time): Jun 10, 2023 12:00

Web Server Usage Statistics

Website Geo Location

.COM zone registar
VeriSign Global Registry Services
12061 Bluemont Way
Reston Virginia 20190
United States

Zone WHOIS server

The .COM domain was among one of the top-level domains to make its way into the mainstream. Registered and rolled out in 1985, this domain has gone on to become one of the tallest towers of the digital age and a mainstay of the internet revolution. Initially provided and managed by the US armed forces, .COM is now a behemoth in its own right and serves millions of IP addresses around the world.

From 1993 onwards, the National Science Foundation was given the responsibility of overseeing the domain. The institution brought in Network Solutions Inc. to help out. Come 1997, the Treasury Department chose to assume responsibility for the domain zone, contracting Verisign to oversee operations.

Initially, this domain was meant to become the front end of an online business presence, hence the C, which stands for commercial. While it served its purposes well, its use cases have ballooned, and the zone now connects thousands of devices across all networks and works for just about anyone with a computer and/or access to the internet.