Howto find all websites running on a given IP address

January 5, 2014

Sometimes you’ll (at leased if you’re like me ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) want to know which other websites are hosted on the same server respectively the same IP address. The search engine Bing provides a nice feature for this. Just enter ip:50.57.15.204 to get a list of the website which Bing knows to run on that IP address.

bind_ip2hosts

But even better,ย Andrew Horton has done a Bash script which allows you to check that from the command line. This looks even better:

$ ./bing-ip2hosts www.theregister.co.uk
[ 50.57.15.204 | Scraping 11-13 von 13 | Found 9 | / ]]
1695693.r.msn.com
2549779.r.msn.com
forums.channelregister.co.uk
forums.theregister.co.uk
media.theregister.co.uk
m.theregister.co.uk
regmedia.co.uk
www.channelregister.co.uk
www.theregister.co.uk

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  3. Hehe ๐Ÿ™‚ I didn’t know that method. Finally I can check who else got website on my share hosting www server ๐Ÿ™‚ and which of it takes most of servr resources!

    Comment by Hamlet — March 27, 2014 #

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  5. Thank you for this information. Do you know how you can query against a string in the “registrant” fields? For example, show me all the domains that list “Tony Parker” in the Registrant Name field?

    Comment by Dannie — January 7, 2015 #

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