Author Topic: Tilt: Terminal Ip Lookup Tool v0.6 (Beta)  (Read 96990 times)


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on: May 09, 2014, 12:36:59 PM
Hi all, i worked on a simple tool for passive recon and reverse ip lookup. i hope it will be handy for everyone. just take a look and report every bug! Thanks.

ps i need some help for improve it!

newbielink:https://github.com/AeonDave/tilt [nonactive]


Tilt: Terminal ip lookup tool, is an easy and simple open source tool implemented in Python for ip/host passive reconnaissance. It's very handy for first reconnaissance approach and for host data retrieval.


Host to IP conversion
IP to Host conversion
DNS to IPs
GeoIP Translation
Extensive information gathering trough Host-name
Whois with:
Registrar info
Name Server
Owner information
Additional data
Sub domains
Percentage of access
Extensive Name Server
SOA Records
DNS Records with extensive data
Reverse IP Lookup
Extensive reverse IP lookup, looking for host with different IP on the same machine

Download and install

You can download the latest version by cloning Tilt from the Git repository:

git clone newbielink:https://github.com/AeonDave/tilt.git [nonactive]


python tilt.py [Target] [Options] [Output]

    -t, --target target       Target URL (e.g. " newbielink:http://www.site.com [nonactive]")
    -h, --help                Show basic help message
    -v, --version             Show program's version number
    -e, --extensive           Perform extensive ip lookup
    -r, --reverse             Perform e reverse ip lookup
    -g, --google              Perform a search on google
    -u, --update              Update program from repository
    -o, --output file         Print log on a file

    python tilt.py -t google.com -r
    python tilt.py -t
    python tilt.py -t google.com -e -r -o file.log
    python tilt.py -u


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Reply #1 on: May 10, 2014, 10:43:54 PM
Very useful, thank you!


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Reply #2 on: May 14, 2014, 05:43:38 AM
very nice,

I'm going to try it out!

why not?!


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Reply #3 on: June 26, 2014, 09:55:49 PM
Looks very useful, thanks for sharing, will be trying it.
As for now when I want to check the WAN ip I use: $ curl ifconfig.me