|dnsmap-bulk(1)||mass scan using dnsmap||dnsmap-bulk(1)|
dnsmap-bulk - mass scan using dnsmap
dnsmap-bulk <domains-file> [results-path]
dnsmap-bulk is used to bruteforce several target domains in bulk fashion. In other words, is possible get a list of domains from a file to scan multiple targets using dnsmap as backend.
WARNING: using dnsmap-bulk, dnsmap will always use the default options, i.e. built-in wordlist, delay = 10 ms, never ignoring IPs.
For bruteforcing a list of target domains in a bulk fashion, saving all results inside a directory:
$ dnsmap-bulk domains.txt /tmp/results/
dnsmap-bulk was originally written by "pagvac" in 2006. Currently it is maintained by volunteers, inside dnsmap project, at https://github.com/resurrecting-open-source-projects/dnsmap/
This manpage was written by Joao Eriberto Mota Filho.
|18 Nov 2019||dnsmap-bulk-0.1|