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dog - A command-line DNS client

  •    Rust

dog is a command-line DNS client, like dig. It has colourful output, understands normal command-line argument syntax, supports the DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS protocols, and can emit JSON.

shuffledns - MassDNS wrapper written in go that allows you to enumerate valid subdomains using active bruteforce as well as resolve subdomains with wildcard handling and easy input-output support

  •    Go

shuffleDNS is a wrapper around massdns written in go that allows you to enumerate valid subdomains using active bruteforce as well as resolve subdomains with wildcard handling and easy input-output support. Based on the work on massdns project by @blechschmidt.

doggo - Command-line DNS client for human

  •    Go

doggo is a modern command-line DNS client (like dig) written in Golang. It outputs information in a neat concise manner and supports protocols like DoH (DNS over HTTPS), DoT (DNS over TLS) and DNSCrypt as well. It supports multiple resolvers at once, Reverse DNS Lookups, Shell completions for zsh and fish.

PortAuthority - A handy systems and security-focused tool, Port Authority is a very fast Android port scanner

  •    Java

A handy systems and security-focused tool, Port Authority is a very fast port scanner. Port Authority also allows you to quickly discover hosts on your network and will display useful network information about your device and other hosts. Port Authority has no ads and will never have ads. It requires extremely limited permissions since it only needs to interact with your network. The internals are designed to take advantage of today's modern phones/tablets with multiple cores to ensure you can scan your network as fast as possible.




chrome-dns - Use the Node `dns` API in Chrome Apps

  •    Javascript

This module lets you use the Node.js dns API in Chrome Packaged Apps. The chrome.dns API for Chrome Apps is not documented, but it still available. You need the "dns" permission in your manifest. As of August 2019, it appears that the API is only available if you use Chrome Dev channel or Canary channel.






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