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Project details

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Jason Haddix
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Why this tool?

Domain is a Python script written by Jason Haddix to combine the tools Recon-ng and altdns. It allows to use the two tool one multiple domains within the same session.

How it works

The domain script is used together with a list of domains. More options can be specified to influence the subdomain generation. The altdns tool is used when specifying the -a flag.

Background information

The script by Jason Haddix shows that simple scripts and combining tools can be very powerful. It is easy to understand and use.

Usage and audience

domain is commonly used for subdomain enumeration. Target users for this tool are pentesters and security professionals.


  • Command line interface

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:


  • + More than 500 GitHub stars
  • + The source code of this software is available


  • - Unknown project license

Author and Maintainers

Domain is under development by Jason Haddix.


Supported operating systems

Domain is known to work on Linux.

domain alternatives

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Sublist3r is a security tool to scan a domain and attempt the discovery of underlying subdomains. This can be used during pentesting and security assessments.



Altdns is a security tool to discover subdomains during pentesting. Read this review to learn how it works and how to use it.



SubFinder is a subdomain discovery tool. This can be useful to learn more about a particular target and available subdomains.

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Related tool information


This tool is categorized as a subdomain enumeration tool and subdomain scanner.