Getting a DNS servers IP with Sam Spade, etc
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  1. #1
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    Getting a DNS servers IP with Sam Spade, etc

    hey i was wondering if there is a way to find a DNS servers ip through a program (sam spade etc) or online

    i used sam spade but it gave me some
    Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
    listing

    any help on this subject anyone?

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    Are you trying to figure out your isps dns?

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    You'll get that response if you "whois" a Private IP: 10.0.0.0 thru 10.255.255.255 or 172.16.0.0 thru 172.31.255.255 or 192.168.0.0 thru 192.168.255.255

    cheers.
    Connection refused, try again later.

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    you can get info on a domain by typing in location bar of your browser
    http//205.177.25.9/cgi-bin/whois?hotmail.com
    replace hotmail.com with the domain name of which you want to get info.

    also try using latest sam spade
    i use sam spade (beta) version 1.14.
    it gives good results.

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    hmm thanks for the help

    yah its my uncle asking me to help him test his security

    he did a pretty good job i must say

    and sam spade is a kickass tool lol

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    Try this

    Try WS Ping PackPro, I'm sure you can find DNS servers - using it. DL the 30 day trial and enjoy, its pretty comprehensive. Theres a patch too, but Im not going to go there.
    "In most gardens they make the beds too soft - so that the flowers are always asleep" - Tiger Lily

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    what not try up on netcat or cryptcat,they are much better tools than samspade
    (personal opinion)

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