Penetration Testing
TXDNS v2.2.1 released Nov 05 2012 10:40AM
Arley Silveira (arleybls hotmail com)
TXDNS v 2.2.1 is out and available to download from
http://txdns.net/
 
Some new features:
 
* You can now rotate country code second level domains (ccSLD) along with TLDs:
  --inc-sld;
 
* You can now indicate a start point to the brute force algorithm:
  --start-at xyz;
 
* Option to force resolver to use only TCP transport for the DNS queries:
  --tcp-only;
 
* By default resolver will ignore both host file and the local dns cache. You can enable those options trough:
  --use-cache, --use-host;
 
* Full DNS record detail dump:
  --detail;

* Display the time taken for each query:
  --time-taken;
 
* Alpha charset now includes '_' and '-';

 
Cheers
Arley Silveira.
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