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Extend nmap_mass_rdns to support IPv6 #51

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dmiller-nmap opened this Issue Jan 21, 2015 · 2 comments

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dmiller-nmap commented Jan 21, 2015

nmap_mass_rdns in nmap_dns.cc has this little disappointment:

  // mass_dns only supports IPv4.
  if (o.mass_dns && o.af() == AF_INET)
    nmap_mass_rdns_core(targets, num_targets);
  else
    nmap_system_rdns_core(targets, num_targets);

I don't see any technical reason why IPv6 couldn't also be supported, which would give a big speed boost to IPv6 scans, especially -sL list scans, which can be a cheap, stealthy way of doing target discovery.

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G10h4ck commented Jun 19, 2015

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jkryanchou commented Jun 24, 2015

It looks cool !

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