DNSMORPH is a domain name permutation engine, inspired by dnstwist. It is written in Go making for a compact and very fast tool. It robustly handles any domain or subdomain supplied and provides a number of configuration options to tune permutation runs.
DNSMORPH includes the following domain permutation attack types:
- Homograph attack (both on single and duplicate characters)
- Bitsquat attack
- Hyphenation attack
- Omission attack
- Repetition attack
- Replacement attack
- Subdomain attack
- Transposition attack
- Vowel swap attack
- Addition attack
There are two ways to install dnsmorph on your system:
- Downloading the pre-compiled binaries for your platform from the latest release page and extracting in a directory of your choosing.
- Downloading and compiling the source code yourself by running the following commands:
go get -v github.com/netevert/dnsmorph
go get -v ./...
An Arch Linux package is also available.