DNSMAP Video Tutorial on Kali Linux : In this video tutorial, we will learn how to gather DNS information about all the subdomains of a web application or website using DNSMAP network mapper tool. DNSMAP is basically an sub domain mapping tool which gives all the subdomains, their corresponding IPv4 IP address and IPv6 IP address as output. Unlike other tools, where we use brute force technology to gather all sub domains we don’t have a feature to abort the brute forcing if domain uses wildcards technically you can say it producing false positives while enumerating sub domain data. So friends lets first discuss the key features of DNSMAP and what all we can gather using it.
How to open DNSMAP tool on Kali Linux ?
Go to Applications –> Information Gathering –> DNS Analysis –> DNSMAP
Important Options or Switches in DNSMAP Tool on Kali Linux :
-w : This option is used to provide the word list file which you wish to use for brute forcing. If you don’t provide this option, DNSMAP will use the default file.
-r : This option is used to store results into a text file. Here we can provide a result file path where we wish to store the results. If we don’t provide this option it will show results only on screen.
-c : This obtain is same as -r option, it just stores file in CSV format.
-d : This option is used if you wish to provide delay between 2 DNS lookups. If we don’t provide this option, it will use system default 10ms delay.
-i : This option is used for false positive i.e. if you wish to ignore any IP from lookups.
Sample DNSMAP command for DNS Network Mapping :
In case you want to provide custom wordlist file :
dnsmap anytargetwebsite.com -w ~/Desktop/Hackingloops/wordlist.txt -r ~/Desktop/Hackingloops/results.txt
If you wish to use default or inbuilt wordlist file :
dnsmap anytargetwebsite.com -r ~/Desktop/Hackingloops/results1.txt
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