IPFinder will resolve any valid domain name to one or more associated IP addresses.
Please note that while a domain name may resolve to one (or more) IP addresses, the IP address(es) returned may not point directly to the same domain name. This can be seen with Google, as google.com, google.com.au and google.com.br (and likely some others) all resolve to different sets of IP addresses, but entering any of these IPs into a browser will take you to google.com.
|2.3.0 (released 08/04/2014)|
|IPFinder 2.3.0 (1423 downloads)||13 MB|
|IPFinderPortable 2.3.0 Development Test 1 (1178 downloads)||3 MB|
Source code is available from gitlab.com/firedancersoftware/ip-finder.
Command line parameters
|Short Switch||Long Switch||Argument||Effect|
|-h||–help||none||Displays help on the command line parameters (console only)|
|-e||–exportpath||string: folder path||The default location to which exported results will prompt to be saved.|
|-portableappspath||string: folder path||The folder in which PortableApps browsers are installed.|
Please note: IPFinder does not support the / switch for command line parameters. You must use the – switch.
New in this release
- Added “Open With” right-click menu showing list of browsers installed on the PC
- Added command line option to pass PortableApps directory to list PortableApps browsers in “Open With” menu (note: only officially released PortableApps browsers installed to their default folder name will be listed)
- Fixed broken shortcuts for Lookup (Ctrl+L), Empty Log (Ctrl+E) and Copy To Clipboard (Ctrl+C) buttons
The future of IPFinder
At this stage I am unsure of what comes next for IPFinder. I have ideas, but I’m still trying to decide which direction I am going to take. If you have any suggestions please feel free to contact me and let me know what you would like to see implemented, otherwise watch this space for further information as I figure out what I am going to do.