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How to find all the domain's subdomains?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by unzero, May 29, 2013.

  1. unzero

    unzero Junior Member

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    Hey guys

    Are there any free solutions available which could get a list of website's subdomains?

    Would be much appreciated.

    B.
     
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    If they're indexed, search engines!
     
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  5. shurk

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    You can find this info out using basic DNS tools like dig or nslookup. These are normally already installed on your computer.

    This is however, dependant on how the authoritative DNS Server is setup. If it does not allow AXFR then you will have trouble finding the subdomains. Most likely the DNS does allow AXFR, but only to specific IP's, so you would probably not be able to find this info from the NS.

    You might find this thread over at stackexchange useful:

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    [URL]http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/35078/how-can-i-find-subdomains-of-a-site[/URL]
    Good luck!
     
  6. WayneInc

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    scrapebox can do this./..just try it now.
     
  7. unzero

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    Hi

    Yes and that's the thing. A lot of them might not be. What's the most efficient way of scraping the subdomains from let's say google. I got scrapebox available, but would need some guidance.

    Hey work@home

    I don't think we are on the same page here. The link extractor is used for other purposes.

    Hi mate

    You meant -
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    [URL]http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/web-sites-on-web-server/[/URL]
    ?

    That seems to fail for me in most cases. One search came good with 115 results but most probably there are more than that for sure.

    Hi shurk

    Everything presented there seems to be way out of my legue :(
     
  8. unzero

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    what's the best way mate? can you link me a tutorial?