Date Added:Jun. 12, 2002
Downloads Last Week:11
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This is all I was looking for.. A way to use a spammer's IP address to tell me to whom I should send the abuse complaint.
I like how its easy to us, only thing I would suggest is a DOS mode or CMD ;) I know you can use NSlookup through CMD, but it gives you a bunch of un-needed junk. I just want the IP of the host :P
Ok those that rate this program bad, ge a ping, trace, dns, etc prigram if you want the very simplest perfect program to look up dns listings this is the one:
Nslookup.exe is a simple interface to the DNS system,, it says what it is don't want it to be more!
way way too simple what is the point of this?? all it dose is use your current DNS to do a very simple query . One could obtain the same information by pinging the address.
Use this tool to find out the mail server that SPAM is coming from buy typeing in the IP address from the SPAM e-mail. This program will translate the IP address of the mail server to a name like: xxxx.ATT.NET
The utility is too stupidly simple. Cannot even set any query options. What is the point of simply I.P. lookup and reverse delegation.
Reply by jgq85 on November 19, 2010
The program is actually very useful for IT Administrators.
For example, I quickly need to paste a hostname or IP to find the computer name.
When I do this a lot, it's quicker for me to open this program and paste then hit enter, as opposed to opening a command prompt, and typing out nslookup or ping -a and then typing (or pasting) the hostname or IP in question.
With another program I can make this "DNS lookup" open stay on top of other windows, like a windows vista or 7 gadget.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.priasoft.freeserve.co.uk/|
|Release Date||June 12, 2002|
|Date Added||June 12, 2002|
|Operating Systems||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Downloads Last Week||11|