Packages and Binaries:
This package provides a commandline client for the WHOIS (RFC 3912) protocol, which queries online servers for information such as contact details for domains and IP address assignments. It can intelligently select the appropriate WHOIS server for most queries.
The package also contains mkpasswd, a features-rich front end to the password encryption function crypt(3).
How to install:
sudo apt install whois
Overfeatured front end to crypt(3)
[email protected]:~# mkpasswd -h Usage: mkpasswd [OPTIONS]... [PASSWORD [SALT]] Crypts the PASSWORD using crypt(3). -m, --method=TYPE select method TYPE -5 like --method=md5crypt -S, --salt=SALT use the specified SALT -R, --rounds=NUMBER use the specified NUMBER of rounds -P, --password-fd=NUM read the password from file descriptor NUM instead of /dev/tty -s, --stdin like --password-fd=0 -h, --help display this help and exit -V, --version output version information and exit If PASSWORD is missing then it is asked interactively. If no SALT is specified, a random one is generated. If TYPE is 'help', available methods are printed. Report bugs to <[email protected]>.
Client for the whois directory service
[email protected]:~# whois --help Usage: whois [OPTION]... OBJECT... -h HOST, --host HOST connect to server HOST -p PORT, --port PORT connect to PORT -I query whois.iana.org and follow its referral -H hide legal disclaimers --verbose explain what is being done --no-recursion disable recursion from registry to registrar servers --help display this help and exit --version output version information and exit These flags are supported by whois.ripe.net and some RIPE-like servers: -l find the one level less specific match -L find all levels less specific matches -m find all one level more specific matches -M find all levels of more specific matches -c find the smallest match containing a mnt-irt attribute -x exact match -b return brief IP address ranges with abuse contact -B turn off object filtering (show email addresses) -G turn off grouping of associated objects -d return DNS reverse delegation objects too -i ATTR[,ATTR]... do an inverse look-up for specified ATTRibutes -T TYPE[,TYPE]... only look for objects of TYPE -K only primary keys are returned -r turn off recursive look-ups for contact information -R force to show local copy of the domain object even if it contains referral -a also search all the mirrored databases -s SOURCE[,SOURCE]... search the database mirrored from SOURCE -g SOURCE:FIRST-LAST find updates from SOURCE from serial FIRST to LAST -t TYPE request template for object of TYPE -v TYPE request verbose template for object of TYPE -q [version|sources|types] query specified server info
Updated on: 2022-May-04