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Old 02-13-2003
Resolving ip, detective work

How can someone figure out what the DNS is for an ip? Such as, if I find an ip, or something like that, how can I track down what the domain is? Such as investigating webstats and such, who's visiting what site and all?
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Old 02-13-2003
Different tools - you can look it up at Arin whois , or you can do a nslookup

% nslookup
> set type=ptr
Address: name =

You can also use dnswalk, dig, ... check out for more tools.
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