dig, the first DNS lookup utility I ever used back in the day. Had now idea how it worked, kind of just copied and pasted code, but thought it was so cool to get an IP address of a website.
Going to end this week with the last DNS lookup tools released with BIND9. I’m sure there are other DNS lookup tools, and I know the Internet Systems Consortium has various other tools for you to use. Today we’re looking at
Continuing with the theme, I decided to continue the networking utilities by covering
nslookup. I’ll finish this week off by covering
digand doing a comparison between the two. Just like
nslookupwas developed by the Internet Systems Consortium and is released with BIND9.
As I continue down the path of trying to transition into InfoSec and continuing to study for my OSCP exam, I thought I’d take advantage of what I’m doing here to make this a study habit for myself. I thought about starting with a deep dive in and cover
nc, but that seems to be really diving in the deep-end. I’ll start with
hostand see where this takes me.