skanuvaty: Dangerously fast dns/network/port scanner
Dangerously fast dns/network/port scanner, all-in-one.
Start with a domain, and we’ll find everything about it.
- Finds subdomains from root domain
- Finds IPs for subdomains
- Checks what ports are open on those IPs (Notice: not yet implemented)
Outputs a handy .json file with all the data for further investigation.
Runs as fast as your computer/network/DNS resolver allows it to be. Test run for 10.000 subdomains tested all of them in ~20 seconds with concurrency set to 16 on a machine with 16 (logical) cores.
skanuvaty-x84_64-linux-musl [OPTIONS] –target <TARGET>
-c, –concurrency <CONCURRENCY>
How many tasks to spawn (even if set, will always set the amount of threads to the
amount of logical cores you have available) [default: 1]
-d, –dns-resolver <DNS_RESOLVER>
What DNS resolver to use [default: 184.108.40.206:53]
Print help information
-o, –output-file <OUTPUT_FILE>
Where to output the results to. [default: ./skanuvaty.output.json]
-s, –subdomains-file <SUBDOMAINS_FILE>
What file to use for getting subdomains from. One subdomain per file. [default:
-t, –target <TARGET>
What root domain to start with
If we should output a lot of log items or not
Print version information
skanuvaty –target nmap.org –concurrency 16 –subdomains-file /usr/share/dnsenum/dns.txt
The terminal will show all found subdomains + a skanuvaty.scan.json file has been created in your current directory.
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