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WebSniffer Now Supports Reverse DNS Lookups

12-23-2022 09:36 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Reverse DNS (rDNS) lookup by WebSniffer

Reverse DNS (rDNS) lookup by WebSniffer

WebSniffer has released a new tool at for performing reverse DNS lookups on any IP address.

Reverse DNS (rDNS) is a process that involves using the Domain Name System (DNS) to determine the domain name associated with a specific IP address. When a user types a domain name into their web browser, the DNS system translates that domain name into an IP address, which is then used to access the corresponding website.

For example, when a user types "" into their web browser, the DNS system will translate that domain name into the IP address "". The user's web browser will then use that IP address to access the Google website.

However, rDNS works in the opposite direction. Instead of translating a domain name into an IP address, it translates an IP address into a domain name. For example, if someone wanted to perform an rDNS lookup on the IP address "", which belongs to the highly popular Google Public DNS, they would be able to determine that it is associated with the domain name "".

rDNS lookups can be useful in a variety of situations. For example, they can be used to troubleshoot connectivity issues, identify spam or malicious activity, or simply to get a better understanding of the domains associated with specific IP addresses.

The reverse DNS lookup service provided by WebSniffer is free to use and can be accessed at

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WebSniffer is an Internet intelligence platform. It can be used to view the headers and content of HTTP requests and responses, as well as to perform reverse DNS lookups. WebSniffer can be useful for debugging, testing, and analyzing web-based applications and systems. It is often used by developers, network administrators, and security professionals to troubleshoot issues and identify potential problems.

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