DNS Manager For WHMCS 2.15.0 – At the forefront of DNS innovation! | Proxies-free

DNS Manager For WHMCS is a module that needs no special introduction to the WHMCS community, as it has been winning hearts of its members from day one, and remains until now one of the most actively developed software aimed specifically at DNS management.

Today, we invite you to enjoy a close look at the below features that have been just recently delivered straight into our Marketplace under the umbrella of an exciting new 2.15.0 update:

  • Full-blown compatibility with the latest WHMCS V8.1.
  • Automatically processed synchronization of DNS records when multiple servers are in use for created zones
  • More power unlocked to let you decide if the list of IP addresses specified as enabled and disabled should be applicable only to zones, or to DNS records as well.
  • The use of chosen IP addresses for zones and DNS records can be now prevented after you include them in the IP blacklist.

Rest assured that the above list is but a highlight of this important release, and more substantial improvements are yet to be discovered in the module’s changelog.

Move your DNS infrastructure into high gear with DNS Manager For WHMCS 2.15.0!

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Evil DNS + Phishing with evilginx2

I have a pen test lab setup and I want to create my own evil DNS server which will replace the router’s original DNS servers. I want all internet traffic to pass through my evil DNS as usual, but redirect specified sites to my evilginx2 phishing page. How would I go about setting this up?

Here is my current setup:

Evilginx2 running on a Digital Ocean droplet (VPS) and configured my phishing page with a domain from namecheap.com (ex: evilginxphishing.com). Am I able to use my VPS public IP address running evilginx2 as the router’s DNS servers or do I have to build my own DNS server to redirect the router traffic to my evilginx phishing domain (evilginxphishing.com)?

delegation – Microsoft DNS multiple name servers for a domain behavior not documented

A delegated domain on a Microsoft DNS server that delegates a sub domain to external name servers. ex.

subdomain.domain.com
NS IP x
NS IP Y

The advanced tab shows server options and round robin check box. This appears to work as expected to round robin queries between X and Y when a income query requires resolution by the subdomain name servers.

We had heard from Microsoft that they send queries to both name servers at the same time and use the response from the one that responds first. And then prefers the fastest name server of the N name servers.

There is no public documentation that states this from Microsoft.

Testing shows round robin in a lab (latency is the same for each name server) using packet trace and no proof it sends requests to all configured name servers.

Does anyone have experience in this load balance or parallel name server queries.

using a dynamic dns as a name server

i’m playing with hosting my own website on a residential internet connection. i have a dynamic ip assigned but the isp also gives me a dynamic dns domain name, something like xxx.go.ro . i bought a domain name from a registrar and i want to host my own dns server and configure the nameserver of the bought domain to the dynamic dns address given by my isp so the xxx.go.ro will become the ns for my domain. my question is: is it a good idea to have the ip of the domain name server dynamically change? i don’t understand if the tld caches the ip address of the nameserver. should i use an external service for dns like luands and just point cnames to my subdomains? i would really like to host my own dns to experiment with it.

DNS spoofing over https

If a device sends a request to https://example.com and someone spoofs the DNS response to redirect the request to some malicious server. Would the attacker be able to modify the packets during the TLS handshake to make the original request domain name match and therefore establish the connection?

virtual machines – Connecting a Google-Domains DNS server with Cloud-run serverless deployment

Does anybody know how to connect my successfully deployed Cloud Run web page with my purchased domain at Google Domains? I’d prefer to use Google Domains DNS server. What settings do I need in my “Registered Hosts” and “Custom Resource Records” on Google Domains? These ask me for A and AAAA records, which I can easily obtain from GCP. Are there other settings required in GCP after this?

I tried using the DNS server on GCP, but with Cloud Run, I don’t have any Compute Engine VM, so I can’t create a zone to insert a static IP address because you need to have a VM to select, and I don’t have a VM in my serverless deployment.

networking – What DNS records are required to configure web hosting for a subdomain?

I’ve browsed several questions about DNS setup for subdomains and not quite found an answer, so I’m hoping you can assist.

Our domain name (100storybuilding.org.au) is registered with one provider (NetRegistry), and our main web site is now hosted by SquareSpace (configured using a CNAME record). We need to set up a separate, simple web hosting service with another provider using a subdomain (trapdoor.100storybuilding.org.au).

I was originally advised that we could use their nameservers, and so created NS records for the subdomain with our registrar using the zone management tool available through their control panel. This didn’t work, though. Speaking to the hosting provider, I was advised to add an A name record for the subdomain pointing to a specific IP address for the new site, which I’ve also done. But throughout this process the subdomain has not resolved; I get a failure when using nslookup, as though it’s not recognised anywhere.

Currently we have both the A and NS records for the subdomain on our registrar, and I suspect we should only have one or the other; is that the case? I’m rusty with DNS and didn’t think this would be complicated, but if anyone can advise what records should be sufficient to for setting this up, I’d appreciate it.

Como configurar DNS para Mailjet e Email pessoal?

Sempre tenho dúvidas quanto a configuração de SPF e DKIM para emails mkt usando plataforma externa (ex: mailjet) e como conciliar isso com a mesma configuração porém para email pessoal “mailbox” no caso utilizo a cloudways como servidor e desejo usar o Mautic + Mailjet e o Rackspace como “mailbox” como configurar o DNS corretamente para que ambos tenham autenticidade de envio?

tls – Should I redirect http request to https from my system’s application or from DNS or other?

I want to create a web server that does redirects HTTP to HTTPS. What is the simplest method to do this but also secure? Should the DNS handle this? (For example, Route53)

I used to do this with my app built from Node/Express but now that I am using a compiled language, I want to be able to do this by hand instead of relying on a framework.

If I configure DNS to redirect http to https, is that more secure than the server program? (My thinking here is that since the server never sent a response, the potential attacker’s req never arrived and thus has no message to receive.)

Would it matter which DNS does this? (For example, if you purchased your domain from domain.com but your server is on AWS linked through Route53?)