AmpliSpy – Check local or remote list of DNS servers for suitability in DNS Amplification DoS
AmpliSpy checks a list of name server IPs to see if a server responds for a zone for which it is none authoritative. You can provide the program with a local list of name server IPs or you can set the
--remote option to fetch a list of name servers from public-dns.info.
Cloning the repo.
git clone https://github.com/NullArray/AmpliSpy.git cd AmpliSpy python amplispy.py
The options for the program are as follows.
-h, --help show this help message and exit -l LOCAL, --local LOCAL select locally saved list of name servers -r, --remote fetch remote list of name servers from public-dns.info -u URL, --url URL provide the URL for a domain to test against
Please also see some examples for clarity below.
amplispy.py -h amplispy.py -l /tmp/dns_list.txt --url target.com
Once the program is done it will save the results to a file called amplispy.log for further processing when desired.
The mechanize lib is used to fetch the remote list of name servers and I used the blessings module in this script for formatting purposes, should you find you don’t have these installed please use
pip with the following commands to install them.
pip install blessings pip install mechanize