.br (Brazil) Registered Domains List Download / .br zone file
.br is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Brazil. It was administered by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (Comitê Gestor da Internet no Brasil) until 2005 when it started being administered by Brazilian Network Information Center (Núcleo de Informação e Coordenação do Ponto br). A local contact is required for any registration. Registrations of domain names with Portuguese characters are also accepted.
With the exception of universities, the second-level domain is fixed and selected from a list that defines the category. For example, site.art.br is in the art (music, folklore etc.) category, and site.org.br is in the non-governmental organization category. Institutions of tertiary education were allowed to use the ccSLD .edu.br, although some use .com.br and others (mainly public universities) use .br. There are also some other few exceptions that were allowed to use the second level domain until the end of 2000. As of April 2010, most domain registrations ignore categories and register in the .com.br domain, which has over 90% of all registered domains. The .jus.br (Judiciary), and .b.br (banks) domains have mandatory DNSSEC use.
To register any domains under .br, it is necessary to enter into contact with Registro.br. Entities legally established in Brazil as a company (“pessoa jurídica”) or a physical person (“profissional liberal” and “pessoas físicas”) that has a contact within Brazil can register domains. Foreign companies that have a power-of-attorney legally established in Brazil can also do it by following specific rules.
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The registration of domains with special Portuguese characters (à, á, â, ã, é, ê, í, ó, ô, õ, ú, ü and ç) is accepted since 2005.
Syntactic rules for .br domains
Minimum of 2 and maximum of 26 characters, not including the category. For example, in the field XXXX.COM.BR, this limitation relates to the XXXX.
Valid characters are [A-Z, 0-9], the hyphen, and the following accented characters: à, á, â, ã, é, ê, í, ó, ô, õ, ú, ü, ç.
Domains cannot contain only numbers.
To maintain the integrity of the registry, Registro.br sets up an equivalence mapping to compare domain names with and without accented characters. The mapping is done by converting accented characters and the cedilla for their non-accented versions and “c”, respectively, and discards hyphens. A new domain will only be allowed to be registered when there is no equivalent to a pre-existing domain, or when the applicant is the same entity that owns the domain equivalent. Note: Specifically for the domain .NOM.BR, it is necessary to choose two names, i.e.: NAME1.NAME2.NOM.BR.
.br domains list
Includes:including .br .com.br .gov.br .mus.br .net.br .org.br .tv.br .jor.br .edu.br .med.br .coop.br .inf.br .etc.br .srv.br .cim.br .tur.br .g12.br .pro.br .ind.br .eti.br .vet.br .adv.br .fm.br .art.br .imb.br .arq.br .adm.br .eng.br .esp.br .bio.br .cnt.br .ppg.br .odo.br .agr.br .psc.br .fot.br
More than 1,629,307 +2,237 domains included.
|Release date:||October 27, 2015|
|Last updated:||June 1, 2017|
|Software application type:||Database|