A Collection Of Web Tools
- Your web-facing IP address & hostname
- Your location by IP address
- Server open web ports
- Forward & reverse DNS lookups
- Show web page source with headers
- Generate Apache .htaccess passwords
Your web-facing IP address & domain name
Your geographical location by IP address
Attempts to get your location from your web-facing IP address using the free GeoLite City data created by MindMax. If it's miles out then it's probably returning the location of your internet provider's web-facing router.
|Location (view in Google Maps)|
Data last updated:
Check if a server is responding to requests on ports 21, 22, 80 & 443
Uses nmap to check if a server is listening on the above ports. It assumes the target is active (i.e. it bypasses the potentially invasive nmap discovery stage). Here's the explanations of the port states recognised.
NB: IP address or domain name only, e.g. osola.org.uk.
Domain name directory service
Does a WHOIS lookup using whois-servers.net.
Forward & reverse DNS lookups
Uses dig to search for all DNS records for the domain. You can usually get more details by entering a name server from the WHOIS output in the optional name server box.
Show web page source with headers by URL & IP address
Returns the page headers plus the HTML source. A further option is to enter the server IP address; this can be useful to check if the site is up on a specific host before a DNS change has propagated.
Generate Apache .htaccess passwords
Calculates different passwords on each run - none are stored.
Make a text file called .htpasswd - ideally in a non-web-served location. Add this line:
Make a text file called .htaccess in the directory to be protected. It should contain something like:
# Your comment here AuthUserFile /path/to/.htpasswd AuthGroupFile /dev/null AuthName 'message text' AuthType Basic Require valid-user
Feedback and suggestions for improvements welcomed at email@example.com