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2answers
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How could you find wildcard subdomains on websites?

Other than testing different URLs separately, is there anyway to find out if a website has a wildcard sub domain?
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1answer
95 views

Root/Naked domain and DDOS

Some services like Github has DDOS mitigation measures for their root/naked domain, but not other subdomain(s). What so special about the root domain concerning the DDOS attacks? [1] ...
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5answers
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How do big companies ensure that other people don't register a new top level domain with their name?

For example today there are ".codes", ".farm" and ".vaijes" newly available. How do big companies like google, facebook, twitter, .. keep sure that they are the first who register their name on the ...
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1answer
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DNS Redelegation - Security Risk?

I am a web developer and I use Adobe Business Catalyst. To use some of their services it is recommended you redelegate the domain. In other words change the nameservers to Business Catalyst. I have ...
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3answers
117 views

Are different top level domains somehow different security wise?

If so why is the difference? I've tried to google it but nothing relevant was found.
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3answers
882 views

What are some risks of purchasing a “used” domain name

If you purchase an existing domain name that was already used by someone else what are the ways in which the domain could have been broken by the previous owner? Are such problems common and are there ...
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1answer
369 views

How does DNS work?

I'm learning pentesting from books. So far I thought I know about DNS but now I'm completely lost and confused. well, I know what happens when you enter domain name in your browser: Say, I've ...