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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.
This API endpoint returns the Autonomous System (AS) information of an IP or ASN: ASN, Country and Name. Moocher.io is a set of lists like IP, domains, emails, passwords, creditcard BIN/IIN. Some of them marked as 'abusers' by several groups and initiatives of users and communities, and others used to filter out potential abusers. Moocher.io can be defined as a Look up as a Service for developers and product companies that want to know in realtime if their existing or potential users have been classified as 'abusers' by one or more of these lists.
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Skip to contentSkip to footerMENUCLOSEusen Log InHave an account? Personalized content Your products and support Log InForgot your user ID and/or password?Manage accountMy CiscoNeed an account?Create an accountHelpusen Choose Language Selection Products & ServicesSupport & DownloadsTraining & EventsBuyPartnersHomeSupportProduct SupportConnected Safety and SecurityCisco IP Interoperability and Collaboration SystemProgramming Guides Book Contents Book ContentsPrefaceOverview of Web Services APIWeb Services API FunctionsREST-Based API FunctionsValue ObjectsIndex Search Find Matches in This BookAvailable Languages Download Download OptionsCisco IPICS API Reference Guide, Cisco IPICS Release 4.6Overview of Web Services APIPDF - Complete Book (2.39 MB)PDF - This Chapter (171.0 KB)View with Adobe Reader on a variety of devices Print Updated: February 16, 2018Chapter ContentsGenerating a Web Services Client StubObtaining and Configuring the Eclipse IDEGenerating a Client Stub on a Developer WorkstationCreating and Executing API Client CodeAPI Client Code ExampleAPI SecurityAPI LoggingCloseThe Cisco IP Interoperability and Collaboration System (IPICS) 4.5(x) application programming interface (API) provides a web services-based API that enables the management and control of various Cisco IPICS operations through programmatic interfaces and custom applications. The API includes a set of functions to control Cisco IPICS operations such as VTG creation, policy invocation, user management, and more.This chapter introduces general concepts that relate to the web services API. It also explains how to generate a client stub by using the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), and explains options for executing API requests.This chapter includes these topics:Generating a Web Services Client StubCreating and Executing API Client CodeAPI Client Code ExampleAPI SecurityAPI LoggingBefore using the Cisco IPICS API web services functions, you must generate a client stub on the PC that is to be used for the API development (the developer workstation). [...] The following sections describe how to generate the stub by using the Eclipse IDE.Obtaining and Configuring the Eclipse IDEGenerating a Client Stub on a Developer WorkstationBefore you generate a web services client stub for the Cisco IPICS API, follow these steps to obtain and configure the Eclipse IDE: Step 1 On the developer workstation, download the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers package from the Galileo (v 3.5.2) release of the Eclipse open-source IDE.This IDE is available from the Eclipse website.Step 2 On the developer workstation, download and extract Axis2 version 1.3 from the Apache websiteStep 3 Take these actions to configure Axis2 runtime in the Eclipse IDE: Launch the Eclipse IDE. Choose Windows > Preferences .