Passive DNS Web GUI

The PDNS Web GUI is a simple way to access the PDNS Database. The Web GUI utilizes the PDNS API to make all queries. The Web GUI will require a username and password to access.

URL

https://deteque.com/pdns/

Query Type IP

This query type is used to identify hosts seen on a given IP address or within a given subnet. The largest subnet queryable is a /16 for IPv4 or /32 for IPv6. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted in alphabetical order by host.

Query Type HOST

This query type is used to identify IPs (IPv4 and IPv6) seen for a give host. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by IP.

Query Type HOSTDOM

This query type is used to identify domains for a given IP/CIDR. All results will be “deduped” and sorted by domain.

Query Type DOMSEARCH

This query type is used to identify hosts found within a given domain. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by subdomain.

Query Type DOMAIN

This query type is used to identify authoritative nameservers for a given domain. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by nameserver.

Query Type NS

This query type is used to identify domains that a given nameserver is authoritative for. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by domain.

Query Type MXD

This query type is used to identify MX records for a give domain/host. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by priority.

Query Type MX

This query type is used to identify hosts/domains for a given MX. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted alphabetically by host.

Query Type CNAME

This query type is used to identify hosts for a given canonical name. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by host

Query Type CHOST

This query type is used to identify canonical names for a given host. All results will return the “last seen” instance for each host, sorted by CNAME.