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The Reverse IP Domain Checker Tool is used to check DNS Records of the domain name or IP address pointing to a web server and takes that record to search for other websites hosted on the same web server.
To run a reverse IP lookup, go to supersitetools.com from your internet browser and find the ‘Reverse IP lookup’ icon and click on it. Or an easier method would be to copy/paste https://supersitetools.com/reverse-ip-domain-checker in the address bar of your search browser.
Once the display page opens, enter the domain address. Yes, you don’t need to enter the IP address; the reverse Domain lookup utility will find the IP address of the domain that you have submitted. It will list all the domains that are sharing the same IP address and display them. You can click on any domain name, and it will open the site.
A reverse IP domain check takes a domain or IP address pointing to a web server and looks for other sites known to be hosted on that same web server. Data is obtained from search engine results, which are not guaranteed to be completed. SuperSiteTools provides an interesting visual reverse IP lookup tool. Knowing the other websites hosted on a web server is important from an SEO and web filtering perspective, particularly for those on shared web hosting plans.
Whether responding to an incident, identifying a botnet C2, or simply tracking down the Internet with noise scanning, a reverse IP lookup can identify hostnames attached to an attacking system. These findings can further inform the investigation and lead to additional information sources.
When purchasing web hostings in a shared hosting environment, the web host provider sells small amounts of resources on a web server to a number of websites. To cut costs, the web host provider may oversubscribe, that is, sell more websites than the server can handle. This is common in cheaper shared hosting companies, where a single web server can host thousands of small websites. Using the reverse IP lookup you can identify how many sites you are sharing that host with.
Hosts with poor reputations can affect email delivery, blacklisting of your site, and search engine ranking. Use the reverse IP address lookup service to identify other sites on your host. Next, use investigative tools to identify if these other hosts are of poor quality, perhaps even spam or phishing sites.
Reverse DNS is mainly used to track the origin of a website visitor, the origin of an e-mail message, etc. It is usually not as critical as the classic DNS, visitors will reach the website even without the presence of reverse DNS for the IP of the web server or the IP of the visitor.