fast and elegant subdomain scanner built with node
To use subquest in your node scripts you have to install it and add it to your project dependencies:
npm install --save subquest
Than you can require it in your script and use it, following examples below.
After the version 1.5.0 the module doesn't use event emitters, just callbacks,
const subquest =subquest
Before the version 1.5.0 the module makes use of event emitters to determine when it's done.
var subquest = ;subquest
This scans google.com for the list of all subdomains using the top_200 dictionary.
isValidDnsServer(server, [timeout], callback)
Test if a given address is valid DNS server
Get the list of all the resolvers (DNS Servers) used in the scan, both default and custom
Get the list of the dictionary files used in the scan
Run the scan against the domain to enumerate all subdomains
Looking for the cli version?
You can use subquest as a command line tool by cloning the official repository or using npm:
$ npm install -g subquest-cli
Want to add a new entry to Subquest's dictionary?
Add your list of subdomain names to the
./dictionary/all.txt file and send a pull request.
- Create an issue and describe your idea
- Fork the project (https://github.com/skepticfx/subquest/fork)
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Publish the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request
- Domain dictionaries took from SecLists, https://github.com/danielmiessler/SecLists