For example, given the range:
220.127.116.11 - 18.104.22.168
I need to find some domain that resolves to an IP-adress within the range. Is it possible ? I'm using a Linux system.
Well, the DiG utility (
In one line:
You might want the
There are sites which offer what is known as passive DNS lookup. They build up a database by monitoring DNS traffic, and keep track of the results.
Normally, DNS lookups only provide limited IP to hostname lookup services. If the owner of the IP space bothered to set up reverse DNS (rDNS) it can tell you that there is one mapping from
(Reverse DNS is what the answer with the
Passive DNS looks at the results from DNS queries, typically by living on a high-traffic DNS server and observing the results it obtains. So if somebody -- who is being tracked by this service somehow -- looks up