Not at the moment, but we plan to release an API in the future.
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No. SpamZilla has a cache (memory) built in so that if you run the same domain more than once (even 100 times) you will only be charged one credit.
Within the Archive data tab, the last 5-6 snapshots come from www.screenshots.com.
SpamZilla has a large list of "bad spammy words" that it uses to detect spam within the domain, history and anchor text.
Yes. To gain Full access to the SpamZilla database of millions of domains there is a $37 subscription.