Learn about the entire DNS infrastructure of a domain name, such as the IP address it resolves to and more than 50 DNS records, to get a complete picture.
A DNS lookup is a means by which users can get access to the corresponding IP address and Domain Name System (DNS) records for any given domain name. Said lookups are useful to uncover a domain’s infrastructure and possible attack vectors.
With just a domain name on hand, DNS Lookup lets users gather all connected records listed in a shareable report via a permanent URL, detailing DNS type/RRset, Time to Live (TTL), and relevant strings.
DNS Lookup reveals domain names’ many record types, including their A, MX, NS, Start of Authority (SOA), TXT, and dozens of others.