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Trying To Enumerate As Many Unique Subdomains As Possible

Posted on 2014-03-18
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I'm trying to enumerate as many unique subdomains as possible, and I have tried using Bing's IP operator, but the limited number of results is too small for the list I need.  So my main question,  if I can't dig DNS and Bing artificially limits its results, anyone know what the next legal method of enumeration...? Thanks in advance for the insight!
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You may want to try downloading the trial of maltego. It is an open source network information gathering tool.

https://www.paterva.com/web6/products/maltego.php
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Thanks Joe!
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