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Imgur's API exposes the entire Imgur infrastructure via a standardized programmatic interface. Using Imgur's API, you can do just about anything you can do on imgur.com, while using your programming language of choice. If you're familiar with the APIs of Twitter, Amazon's S3, del.icio.us, or a host of other web services, you'll feel right at home. The full documentation is available at: http://api.imgur.com
FaceRect is a powerful and free API for face detection. It finds faces (both frontal and profile) on the image specified by URL or uploaded as a file and is able to find multiple faces on a single photo, producing JSON output with a bounding box for each face found. Check out visual demo here: http://apicloud.me/apis/facerect/demo/. Note that additionally FaceRect can find face features for each detected face (eyes, nose and mouth). For more precise face feature detection please see our FaceMark API: https://www.mashape.com/apicloud/facemark
Perform a BIN (Bank Identification Number) or IIN (Issuer Identification Number) lookup. This API is ideal for fraud protection systems and payment analysis. Our BIN database is comprehensive and covers all countries, we update it on a regular basis as new cards are issued. This API also includes some extra fraud detection measures if a customer IP address is passed in. In this mode the API will also perform IP geolocation and IP blocklist lookups. Please Note: processing and transmitting BIN numbers is perfectly safe as long as no other card information is present, BIN numbers on there own pose no security risk to the card holder or merchant. To prevent abuse this API is restricted to a maximum of 5 API calls per day for Free API accounts.
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This API returns detailed information about the country identified by geolocating the provided IPv4 IP address. This includes ISO defined names, languages, currencies, United Nations and Word Bank defined region names and income levels. Powered by patent pending Next Generation IP Geolocation Technology.
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