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- Improved output for multiple targets
- Highlight the current page in paginated search results
- Fully compatible with macOS
- Improved screen output on 80x24 terminals
- Improved progress bar animation
- Update shield image from GPLv2 to GPLv3
- Fixed issue with displaying banner in quiet mode
- Fixed sorting by hostname when output with URL prefix
- Added -V to display the version
- Added dependency check for wget
Version 1.0 November 16th, 2019
- New progress display with more details about the scraping job.
- Reads input targets from a file.
- Stops after a reaching a threshold of scraped pages do not return any new results.
- Catches CTRL-C from the commandline and displays results so far.
- New ASCII art banner.
- Output results to a file.
- Support for changing the search language.
- Support for setting a search region/market.
- Displays URL prefixes by default.
- Shows if some search results have been removed.
- New parsing of Bing.com search results.
- Checks for and optionally creates tmp directories, fixing a known issue in earlier versions.
- Displays URL prefixes instead of assuming http:// as in earlier versions.
- Improved debugging output.
- Improved commandline option arguments.
- Improved Bash scripting style.
- Add GPLv3 Licence file.
- Fixed misinterpreted HTML parsings that broke the script
Released December 19th, 2013. Updated to use nslookup, new usage, fixed tmp file issue.
- Updated usage
- Fixed tmp file issue where files weren't being deleted
- Resolves hostnames using nslookup instead of resolveip. Thanks Xavier Mertens
Released September 21st, 2012. Updated because Bing mobile search changed.
- Updated the progress animation with results found, and the current page being searched
- Updated scraper to use the main bing.com site as the mobile bing site changed how it showed results
- Updated usage info
Version 0.2 Released April 2nd, 2010
- You can enter a hostname not just an IP, eg. bing-ip2hosts foo.com
- Uses /tmp instead of the current path for creating temporary files
- Optional CSV output. Outputs the IP and hostname on each line, separated by a comma.
- Optionally prefix hostnames with http:// so they can be right-clicked in the shell