Launches a DNS fuzzing attack against DNS servers.
The script induces errors into randomly generated but valid DNS packets. The packet template that we use includes one uncompressed and one compressed name.
dns-fuzz.timelimit argument to control how long the
fuzzing lasts. This script should be run for a long time. It will send a
very large quantity of packets and thus it's pretty invasive, so it
should only be used against private DNS servers as part of a software
How long to run the fuzz attack. This is a
number followed by a suffix:
s for seconds,
m for minutes, and
h for hours. Use
0 for an unlimited amount of time. Default:
nmap -sU --script dns-fuzz --script-args timelimit=2h <target>
Host script results: |_dns-fuzz: Server stopped responding... He's dead, Jim.
Author: Michael Pattrick
License: Same as Nmap--See http://nmap.org/book/man-legal.html