01 March 2012

BackTrack tool review: dnsdict6

Note: This is part of a series on BackTrack 5 tool reviews. It is not meant to be an exhaustive analysis of any tool, just a demonstration of the tool using real-world targets.

root@bt:~# dnsdict6
dnsdict6 v1.8 (c) 2011 by van Hauser / THC www.thc.org
Syntax: dnsdict6 [-d46] [-s|-m|-l|-x] [-t THREADS] [-D] domain [dictionary-file]
Enumerates a domain for DNS entries, it uses a dictionary file if supplied or a built-in list otherwise. This tool is based on dnsmap by gnucitizen.org.
 -4      also dump IPv4 addresses
 -t NO   specify the number of threads to use (default: 8, max: 32).
 -D      dump the selected built-in wordlist, no scanning.
 -d      display IPv6 information on NS and MX DNS domain information.
 -[smlx] choose the dictionary size by -s(mall=50), -m(edium=796) (DEFAULT) -l (arge=1416), or -x(treme=3211)

root@bt:~# dnsdict6 -d46 -x -t 16 interpol.int
NS of interpol.int. is ns0.interpol.int. ->
NS of interpol.int. is ns1.interpol.int. ->
No IPv6 address for NS entries found in DNS for domain interpol.int.
MX of interpol.int. is mail11.interpol.int. ->
MX of interpol.int. is mail12.interpol.int. ->
No IPv6 address for MX entries found in DNS for domain interpol.int.
Starting enumerating interpol.int. - creating 16 threads for 3213 words...
Estimated time to completion: 1 to 3 minutes

md.interpol.int. ->
md.interpol.int. ->
ns1.interpol.int. ->
m.interpol.int. ->
m.interpol.int. ->
ns0.interpol.int. ->
www.interpol.int. ->

Found 5 domain names, 7 unique ipv4 and 0 unique ipv6 addresses for interpol.int.

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